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    Good, Good, Good, Good Vibrations

    Another question for an needed answer.

    I've got alot of vibrations through-out the car. It's noticable when driving normally with either low or no music playing. and you can feel it in the gas pedal.

    But when you crank up the music, it's actually quite un-nerving as it feels like i've got a flat tire, so every 5 mins i'm turning my music down to check that this vibration is only being caused by my speakers, although without music it's still there just not as strong.

    Does anyone know how I can stop this, and give me a little rest, and the voume button lol.

    Any anti-vibration tips?

    Gav

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    Check the wheel balancing matey.
    That would be the first start and once thats spot on, you can concentrate on where the other rattles are.

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    Yip it sounds like wheel balancing.
    Is it worse when you brake?
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    I rarely use my break lol but yes it is. I have an issue at the mo where the car is drifting to the left, so I think thats something that needs doing.

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    balanceing and tracking need doing mate

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    Balancing and alignment/tracking.

    Also get the discs checked. I threw a wheel-weight on my car and drove like that for a week. It actually caused my brake disc to wear unevenly and warp.
    So while they are doing the balancing and alignment, just give the brake disc a check too.
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