I would look at mounts first. Then make sure the motor is working on all cylinders.
Cambelt? Not really.
July, 18, 2012 AT 2:31 PM
The engine mounts? And how would I check the cylinders?
Also I was told that the drive shafts would need realignment
July, 18, 2012 AT 3:03 PM
Which engine do you have?
July, 18, 2012 AT 3:50 PM
July, 18, 2012 AT 4:20 PM
Yes, you most probably has a fault with the beltings but not the cam belt. It is the balancer shaft belt that has not been timed correctly.
July, 18, 2012 AT 4:30 PM
What would be involved with fixing that?
And would that stop the vibrations?
July, 18, 2012 AT 4:33 PM
And most of all would it be expensive to get done?
July, 18, 2012 AT 7:53 PM
You would need to remove the timing belt to be able to realign the balancer belt. At least the front pulley and timing belt cover has to be removed to check the alignment.
Yes it would stop the vibration if the balancer shaft is not correctly installed. No if the vibration is not caused by this.
It should be a 2 hour job.
July, 19, 2012 AT 2:52 PM
Looking back since I have owned the car I thiink that is the problem
just a few more questions I would like to ask is this still free or is it just free for the first question?
Also what country are you in?
July, 19, 2012 AT 6:49 PM
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This site is international and I am from Malaysia.
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