Your right, sometimes is best start from the begining.
Things that have done, since shaking.
1) Replaced motor mount
2) Brakes pads replaced machined rotors from nissan
3) Retreaded and retighted the motor mounts.
4) 4 Wheel Balance, Front end alighnment, rotate tires
5) had them rebalance and recheck for a bent rim
6) replaced tie rods
6) another alignment
I didn't think about an alignment on the motor mount, when they replaced the motor mount earlier they could of throw it or the transmisson out of alignment? It could be just the motor or transmisson shaking.
Also the cat still pulls to the right even after the alignment?
But, I took your advice and looked at it. It might be me but it looked like when the left tire was straight the right looked a wee bit going to the right.
And the poping not there. But I could bearly tell anyway.
I'm thinking of taking it to nissan and asking them to to recheck ALL of the alignments motor mounts, wheels, everything.
Wouldn't a axle shaft show up at low speeds, also?
What do you think?
PS the tires are Goodyear Regatta 2, about a year old.
Monday, June 25th, 2007 AT 12:40 PM