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Old 10 Nov 2003, 01:59 pm   #1 (permalink)
Alex Marcuzzi
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I have a 1993 Camry and it vibrates starting at 50M.P.H. and then it
gradually disappears when it reaches 60-65 M.P.H.. I have balanced the
wheels, moved the tires from front to rear and did a wheel alignment. Anyone
else have any ideas. Other then those speeds it runs pretty smooth.

Alex


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Old 10 Nov 2003, 05:54 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Alex Marcuzzi wrote:
> I have a 1993 Camry and it vibrates starting at 50M.P.H. and then it
> gradually disappears when it reaches 60-65 M.P.H.. I have balanced the
> wheels, moved the tires from front to rear and did a wheel alignment.
> Anyone else have any ideas. Other then those speeds it runs pretty
> smooth.
>
> Alex


I have had the same problem for years and finally found the source---worn
motor mounts.


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Old 11 Nov 2003, 01:31 pm   #3 (permalink)
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I have a 2001 Camry that I fought the same problem with for over a year, but
mine was bad brand new tires. changed them and smooth as silk again.
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> Alex Marcuzzi wrote:
> > I have a 1993 Camry and it vibrates starting at 50M.P.H. and then it
> > gradually disappears when it reaches 60-65 M.P.H.. I have balanced the
> > wheels, moved the tires from front to rear and did a wheel alignment.
> > Anyone else have any ideas. Other then those speeds it runs pretty
> > smooth.
> >
> > Alex

>
> I have had the same problem for years and finally found the source---worn
> motor mounts.
>
>



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Old 11 Nov 2003, 01:51 pm   #4 (permalink)
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"Alex Marcuzzi" <amarc@aei.ca> wrote in message
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> I have a 1993 Camry and it vibrates starting at 50M.P.H. and then it
> gradually disappears when it reaches 60-65 M.P.H.. I have balanced the
> wheels, moved the tires from front to rear and did a wheel alignment.

Anyone
> else have any ideas. Other then those speeds it runs pretty smooth.
>
> Alex


Are your rims (wheels) steel or mags? If they are steel, one or more may
have been buckled. This can be checked on the dynamic balancer. Look for
runout (wheel wobble) in the horizontal and vertical plain. If I recall,
1/8" is the maximum.

It is a common belief that balncing can eliminate vibration caused by untrue
rims or wheels,...this is not so.

Jason


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Old 11 Nov 2003, 07:05 pm   #5 (permalink)
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I had the same problem , I threw out all the beer cans and it went away

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Old 13 Nov 2003, 08:46 pm   #6 (permalink)
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My problem was caused by rim runout. Replaced 2 rims, all is OK now.


On Mon, 10 Nov 2003 14:59:39 -0500, "Alex Marcuzzi" <amarc@aei.ca>
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>I have a 1993 Camry and it vibrates starting at 50M.P.H. and then it
>gradually disappears when it reaches 60-65 M.P.H.. I have balanced the
>wheels, moved the tires from front to rear and did a wheel alignment. Anyone
>else have any ideas. Other then those speeds it runs pretty smooth.
>
>Alex
>


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Old 18 Nov 2003, 07:46 pm   #7 (permalink)
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I had similar problem.

Cause: the heat shield bolts rusted away and the heat shield was resting on
the exhaust pipe.
There were certain speeds that it started vibrating - hard to see unless you
crawl under car.




"Alex Marcuzzi" <amarc@aei.ca> wrote in message
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> I have a 1993 Camry and it vibrates starting at 50M.P.H. and then it
> gradually disappears when it reaches 60-65 M.P.H.. I have balanced the
> wheels, moved the tires from front to rear and did a wheel alignment.

Anyone
> else have any ideas. Other then those speeds it runs pretty smooth.
>
> Alex
>
>



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