A few months ago I hit a curb with my car (do not drive tired). Since then, my car vibrates enough to make me nauseous whenever it is not moving. I got it checked, they said it is most likely caused by a little bit of a bend in the frame, though the frame itself does not vibrate much, instead the engine shakes very visibly.
The vibrating gets worse whenever the AC is on, though is still there when it is off. It ceases mostly whenever it is in park/neutral, and is worse whenever it is in reverse (and stopped). Also, it gets worse with warmer weather. I noticed that when stopped if I switch from drive to neutral it will almost completely cease for a short time before coming back (though not as bad since it is in neutral). Also, there is a fast ticking sound coming from the engine area (do not know if it is the engine), which I do not remember being there before. I was told by the mechanic that it is normal for cars to make sounds like it. As I press down the gas the vibration quickly ceases and the ticking sound gets faster until it is indistinguishable.
have the same problem?
Saturday, January 14th, 2017 AT 1:44 PM