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(1990 Mercedes-Benz 300E)
in Horseshoe Bend, ID on October 04, 2010
why does it start vibrating when I reach yo speed 35? I changed the front flex shaft disc and it keeps doing it.
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on October 04, 2010
You may have a bent wheel or defective tire. You also could have a loose tie-rod end or ball joint which may be getting ready to break and could cause a loss of control resulting an accident. Get the car to a Mercedes specialist or an alignment shop for an inspection right away. Probably a good idea to tow it if it's that bad.
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on January 25, 2011
Try changing your motor mounts. While you are at it change the transmission mount as well. The motor mounts are primarily compressed rubber and they absorb the engine vibration when you accelerate. The vibration comes mainly from the torque of the engine.
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