1998 Plymouth Voyager Rear End Vibration

Tiny
GREENHEAD200
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  • 1998 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
  • 6 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 134,020 MILES
I have a Plymouth Grand Voyager that has developed a substantial rear end vibraton.
At very slow speeds, the vibration is exagerated to a wobble.
At higher speeds, the vibrations seems to diminish. The faster I go, the less noticable it becomes. At 75-80, it is almost unoticable.
I have examined the tires and tire pressures, but nothing has become of those searches.
Last, but not least, the vibration at highway speeds, seems almost rhythmic. The vibration starts out as normal, then over a span of a few seconds it fades away, then fades right back in again. This pattern continues over and over about every 2 seconds or so. I've never experienced anything like it.

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Monday, December 31st, 2007 AT 10:32 PM

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Tiny
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Check tires again
run your hand over the tires looking for a flat spot
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Monday, December 31st, 2007 AT 11:36 PM
Tiny
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Check tires again
run your hand over the tires looking for a flat spot[/quote:5c3bb4dc51]

I did that as part of my initial search. I so wanted it to be a tire problem, but I can't see anything.

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Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008 AT 8:41 AM
Tiny
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Check tires again
run your hand over the tires looking for a flat spot[/quote:019ad14aec]

I did that as part of my initial search. I so wanted it to be a tire problem, but I can't see anything.

Any other ideas?[/Quote:019ad14aec]

is it 4wd van you have
also did you check the balance
unless you haVE 4 wd van you dont have any moving parts in the back but the tiers and bearings
so jack van up and check bracks bearing
let me know
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Wednesday, January 2nd, 2008 AT 12:56 PM

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