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  • vibration on deceleration,

    when on gear then let go of the gas pedal starts to vibrate in the mid or rear section of the car. disappears when accelerating.
    What can cause of such vibration or anyone had this problem before?

  • #2
    Is the vibration speed dependant, does it tap/knock faster the quicker the speed your decelerating at?
    Have you had any of the driveline removed for work recently?

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    • #3
      When was the last time your wheels were balanced?

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      • #4
        Center Support Bearing

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        • #5
          I agree with Paddle... center support bearing.
          Ron ///Man

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ron ///Man View Post
            I agree with Paddle... center support bearing.
            3rd the notion

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ///Mflossin View Post

              3rd the notion
              Indeed. Just make sure you get the right one.
              1988 M3
              2012 335is
              1993 Civic Si

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              • #8
                if you have an early model, the offset on the center support bearing is different from the later models. I think after 88 1/2 they are different .

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