Only help I can give is, check the engine compartment for any p/s lines making contact with the firewall or any lines making contact with the engine, this will cause a vibration. If so move the lines out of the way and see if it goes away. If not could be alot of things, like an internal engine vibration which could be crankshaft out of balance, could be a alt, p/s or harmonic balancer out of round. Could be an engine/trans mount loose of moving. You did not say if this vibration is happening when the vehicle is moving.I"m sorry but I can only advise so much, I"m not there to see the vehicle, vibrations are very hard to diagnose. If all else fails for a fix the only other thing is putting on the eva, which is the electronic vibration analizer which is a hand held tool that only the dealer has, but this tool will find the source of the vibration. I have used this tool before and it does work, only problem dealer are the only ones with access to it. Try the above suggestions and post back with what you find and will advise from there.
Monday, January 12th, 2009 AT 12:42 PM