07-06-05, 09:27 PM
I was wondering if anyone else gets this. If I am cruising on the highway and i give it just a tiny bit of gas, the car vibrates enough that it makes the sun roof vibrate (or part of it) and it makes a vibrating sound that sounds to me like it is under the car, or at the rear. It cannot be the rear or the tires because if I speed up or coast at the same speed , it immediately goes away, its only at very light throttle. Can't be the drive shaft off balance because of the same reasons. This one has had me thinking all day. I never noticed it because of the mis-alignment I had for 7k miles (thanx to my dealer) and the whole car vibrated then.
Thanks in advance
Maybe exhaust system? It could be that the slight throttle is enough pressure to cause it to resonate. Just a guess . . .
07-06-05, 09:36 PM
Had the same thing with mine. Turned out to be the outer ring of the flywheel was coming 'loose' (sic) per the Caddy guys. I got a new tranny/clutch and flywheel out of the deal. Problem was only under power and if I pushed the clutch in, the problem went away. Never at slow speeds, usually in the cruise zone 70-85 mph and never down hills, but as soon as I hit the bottom of the hill and cruise picked back up, it vibrated like puppy passing a peach pit.
07-06-05, 09:50 PM
Could be an off /on throttle tip in miss or a bad injector?:hmm:
it vibrated like puppy passing a peach pit.
:histeric: I'll be using that one tomorrow!