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post #1 of 7 Old 07-07-2007, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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does anyone else have a vibrating passenger seat?

if there is no one in it it vibrates like crazy!!!! i dont really see what to tighten on it.......

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as long as you have a girl there, its good to have a vibrating seat


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lol, I was asking for that... its just that this is the second or third V6 car ive seen with this problem..

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ive never really noticed it in mine, but then again i never actually looked for it either

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Check the motor mounts, A bad one can tranfer engine movement
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its not the motor mounts, the engine runs really smooth and the car doesnt shake at idle.. i mainly notice it on the highway..., its just the upper part of the seat.... I guess ill just have to start tightening bolts until i get the right one...

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You need to have the rear wheel balance checked. If you have a rear rim bent slightly or a tire out of balance just a little it will cause this. I've seen them be out as little as 3\4 ounce and make the seat vibrate.

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