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What could be the problem with the car?

The car which we bought recently (Nissan Sentra) seems to be giving me some trouble, which I noticed only today.
There is a lot of vibration when I drive below 20 and over 110 KMPH. What could be the problem? It vibrates in such a way that I kind of sway sidewards and forth.
While I have to take this to the dealership this weekend, what could be the reason for this? Any ideas so that I (well, I will get my hubby to check) can fix it?
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There is a lot of vibration when I drive below 20 and over 110 KMPH. It vibrates in such a way that I kind of sway sidewards and forth.
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check air pressure in tyres
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check air pressure in tyres
Yeah this was the first thing my hubby checked and brought it up to what the manual said. But that didn't fix the problem totally. However the vibration did come down it seems. He was saying that maybe there is a flat spot somewhere in the Tyre....other than that we cant think of anything else.
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Yeah this was the first thing my hubby checked and brought it up to what the manual said. But that didn't fix the problem totally. However the vibration did come down it seems. He was saying that maybe there is a flat spot somewhere in the Tyre....other than that we cant think of anything else.
check the rim of tyre for any structural changes.....also wheel alignment and balancing

next check for a bent driveshaft or for a bad U-joint



you bought a certified car, right?
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check the rim of tyre for any structural changes.....also wheel alignment

you bought a certified car, right?
Is there a way to check wheel alignment is correct at home? Yeah, the car is safety certified, if this is what you are talking about.
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

herez a link that may help you..

http://www.ehow.com/how_4672840_diag...ibrations.html
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Is there a way to check wheel alignment is correct at home? Yeah, the car is safety certified, if this is what you are talking about.
I dont think it can be checked at home at all!!

did you bang it recently?

check for a bent driveshaft or for a bad U-joint
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I dont think it can be checked at home at all!!

did you bang it recently?

check for a bent driveshaft or for a bad U-joint
Bang it? As in hit a curb badly or something in similar lines? NO.

Will have to take it to the dealership I guess. I will have to change the wheels to winter tires anyway but don't want to hold these tires in bad shape until next summer.
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Bang it? As in hit a curb badly or something in similar lines? NO.

Will have to take it to the dealership I guess. I will have to change the wheels to winter tires anyway but don't want to hold these tires in bad shape until next summer.
I meant....did you bang it with your belan or something?
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I meant....did you bang it with your belan or something?
what is this belan? With that smily of yours, I have a feeling its funny! What is this Belan?
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what is this belan? With that smily of yours, I have a feeling its funny! What is this Belan?
belan (read rolling pin) is the device that women usually uses to turn dough into rotis of circular or whatever shape and is known to be her best friend when she gets mad at things and people around
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belan (read rolling pin) is the device that women usually uses to turn dough into rotis of circular or whatever shape and is known to be her best friend when she gets mad at things and people around
LOL! No...I didn't hit my baby (car) yet

P.S: Now i am sounding like my husband and his car.
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

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The car which we bought recently (Nissan Sentra) seems to be giving me some trouble, which I noticed only today.
There is a lot of vibration when I drive below 20 and over 110 KMPH. What could be the problem? It vibrates in such a way that I kind of sway sidewards and forth.
While I have to take this to the dealership this weekend, what could be the reason for this? Any ideas so that I (well, I will get my hubby to check) can fix it?
How old is the car? Anything could be wrong... including the alternator (if it has one). Check with a mechanic.
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Re: What could be the problem with the car?

Maybe your hands are shaky today... the car is just fine!
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How old is the car? Anything could be wrong... including the alternator (if it has one). Check with a mechanic.
No idea what an alternator is, but I will check with the dealer.
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