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CLASSIC (G OR MK4) Z16 XEP
2008 Opel Astra
August, 7, 2008 AT 6:14 PM
2008 Opel Astra 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Manual 150 miles
I bought brand new Opel Astra Classic Z16 XEP few days ago. So far, drove my car about 350 kilometers.
From the very beginning, there was some discrete vibrations present trough the body shell, although, filling is like it comes from the front part of the car.
The vibration is appearing at 85 km/h and disappears at around 100 – 110 km/h. The vibration appears regardless the engines RPMs. Otherwise, the car works properly.
It’s getting me down.
Please, I need explanations.
P.S. I have got different answers so far, like: wheel balancing, drive shaft counter weights, or maybe engine mounts.
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October, 4, 2008 AT 12:31 AM
As you say it is wheel or chassis (in case of crash)balancing or evet the tires may do that if they are worn.
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