I'm going to say motor mounts on this one...if they're bad you should notice a huge difference in vibration between a gear and neutral as well as the vibration at speed. Could also be an axel I guess but less likely.Let's say I'm cruising at 75mph and I press the accelerator to in increase speed and I get a vibration. When I back off the throttle it goes away.
I'm running Michelin super sports only a few months old. Any feedback?
Most places I looked at for a "how to" highly recommended NOT putting any lifting device directly against the engine. Do some investigating before you do it.I'm not sure if there is a visual indication or a shake test of some sort or not. Personally, I'm just going to replace all 3 of them so I don't have to worry about another one going bad later on. In my case at least, I feel they are probably all going out in one way or another. The car shakes way more than it should is what leads me to believe that.
Another member said the bottom mount is kinda a pain when putting the new one in, so not looking forward to that one. The left and right mounts don't sound like they'll be too hard, just need to support the engine with a floorjack when changing those out.
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I absolutely do my own work. I've been wrenching since the early 80's. My cars, my motorcycles, I love the work. But I hold those accountable for their work to a strict rule.That lug bolt is about $5 new from Dodge. Not worth the grief arguing and making a nuisance of yourself, even though you are in the right. Buy your self another and learn to do your own work.
That is very kind of you. However, I have made an ERROR in assigning fault. I went through my records and discovered that the last outfit to remove the wheels was Hollywood Chrysler in Aug/18 when they did a rotation during an oil change. I will certainly apologize to the guy at the tire store. I may hold people to a strict rule but when I'm wrong, I'm wrong. Let me see how the dealer handles this first.I just remembered I have some spare lug bolts. PM me your address, I'll send you a couple. Cancel the appointment. Driving on 4 lugs until you get the spare lug bolt is not all that risky since you have been basically doing that for 5 months.
First thing I tried. It would not go in. I knew right then and there that the hub was damaged.EDIT:
You may want to try a good lug bolt where the stripped bolt was to verify that the hub threads are not also stripped. If they are, you will need a new hub.
I know about them. I ran a wrecker for years, ran calls for AAA and other motor clubs. Mounting a wheel is second nature. Lugs go in and come out typically smooth. It would take an air gun to do this. Because if you threaded it by hand you would know that it went in wrong.Consider getting yourself a M12 x 1.25 lug bolt guide to hang the wheel and make it easier to start the lug bolts.