08-26-06, 11:09 PM
Anyone else have issues with the rear view mirror vibrating at about 65mph+ ?.
The damn thing vibrates so badly I can't tell the type of cars behind me, which is especially bad when Im watching for state troopers sneaking up behind me :)
08-26-06, 11:41 PM
Me too, without stereo on.
Can't tell the po-po from the mo-jo.
08-27-06, 07:56 AM
Like a rock here at 65. Tire imbalance? :confused:
08-27-06, 10:29 AM
Not sure about imbalance, but I don't think so. New tires ~ 1,000 miles ago - no vibration in the steering wheel. It seems that ever since I lowered her I've had this...
Mabye its the roads you drive on? Mine vibrates too though...
08-27-06, 03:41 PM
mine's fine unless i'm using too much bass.
i tried to take it apart to dynamat it, couldnt see a way
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08-27-06, 11:34 PM
I barely use my radio, so its not related to that.
Might be the wheel imbalance. I might take it in to have an alignment and balance done once I put my BMR wheelhop and pinion brace put on.
Thanks for the ideas guys.
I don't have issues with vibration necessarily, but I do get a rattle from the rearview mirror on bumpy roads.
08-28-06, 04:47 PM
Strangely, I've fixed my vibration by fixing the HOTCHKIS CLUNK!