Engine mounts on our cars do wear out, so that could be a possibility. I would wait on doing that though to see if it gets worse.
I would jack it up, spin the wheel and check bearings and then inspect/rotate your tires. An unbalanced wheel or a bad tire would also cause vibration. One flat tire on our cars can ruin the tire and cause a bulge that if its on the niner side of the car you won't be able to see -- that sucks.
CV joints do the clicking when you go around a turn. I can't rememnber if its a hard left or right turn or both. But that is the traditional sign. So if you don't hear that -- then I wouldn't get the CV worked on. And they'll click and be in going bad condition for thousands of miles. So there is no urgent need to jump o that.
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009 AT 7:33 AM