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Aladomi
Aladomi 7/18/2010
2007 Hyundai Azera GLS 6Cyl3.3L - Transmissions & Drivetrains
Vibration and shaking on good road from 90 km / h. The brakes, tires, bearings , shocks are new but the car shakes !!!
The problem has existed since the beginning. Many parts have been changed, but the car shakes from 90 km / h. The vibrations were felt on the floor, on the pedals and back in the steering column. The car now has 45,000 miles and Hyundai France does not do anything to find the cause of the problem. Some friends told me one that could come from a faulty engine mount, or a level of output gearbox assembled incorrectly, or a transmission shaft bent. I have the impression that the problem is accentuated when the car is hot after several hundred miles on the highway. At times, the car is running without vibration but when I turn the wheel slightly when I accelerate or (after the toll or after a stop) the car starts to shake. I said that I have a automatic gearbox. Moreover, as I drive less than 90 km / h, there is no problem. Everything starts from 90 km / h to 135 km / h.
What do you think of this? Have you ever met the problem?
Thank you in advance for your answers.
Kind Regards. Alain.
5 Answers
  • tommy t
    tommy t 7/18/2010
    sounds like an axle or c/v joint problem to me,does it click when you turn and accelarate at the same time?
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    tommy t
    Aladomi 7/18/2010
    No, there is no banging. It is rather a balourd as if wheels did not turn circle or if they were veiled.
  • Aladomi
    Aladomi 7/18/2010
    No, there is no banging. It is rather a balourd as if wheels did not turn circle or if they were veiled.
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  • tommy t
    tommy t 7/18/2010
    it almost sounds like a wheel balance issue, this car is too new to be having unresolved problems of that magnitude, if the hyundai dealer cant help you and they have exausted all avenues of repair, the service manager should be involved at this point and opening a case with hyundai tech line to get the engineers involved because if it is happening with other cars of your model,it should be fairly easy to resolve. in other words,go upstairs,sqeeky wheels get the grease Good Luck
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  • Aladomi
    Aladomi 7/19/2010
    Thank you for your opinion. I have already written several times to Hyundai France. The technical services do not know and do not want to make nothing. They do not even want to take the car to examine it. It is pitiful but it is the Hyundai service in France !!! What a shame.
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  • Aladomi
    Aladomi 7/19/2010
    A precision: 4 new tires are now 6000 km. A station of assembly (Speedy) said to me that they were already deformed. They present facets on the tread.??? Nevertheless shock absorbers were changed at the same time (6000 km). I do not know any more what to make because if I lodge a complaint, it will be very long and very expensive.
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