We don’t disagree with you, yes every car vibrates while driving. But if it is unusual, it could really annoy you. The normal vibrations are from the moving mechanical parts like engine, crankshaft, transmission gears and more. But the extra vibrations you experience could be a result of faulty tyres, wheels, brakes, suspension, axle, steering wheel or engine. 

These vibrations make your ride very uncomfortable and unpleasant, on the other hand, it could also be dangerous. Vibrations could be an indication of something broken and needs replacement. We recommend you not to neglect any sought of vibrations and fix it as soon as possible. 

In today’s article we will discuss the different reasons for your car to vibrate while driving: 

  • Tyres
    The most common reason for your car to vibrate is due to your tyres. This is because of many factors, they need proper attention which many fail to give. Tyres go out of balance and alignment which could lead to uneven wear. Also, tyre rotation is important, because front tyres are prone to more wear compared to the rear ones. Underinflated tyres or overinflated tyres are also a reason for unwanted vibrations. There could also be defects in tyres which has to be taken care of.
  • Wheels
    Wheels or the rims are other components that get damaged regularly as the result of rough driving, hitting large bumps or potholes, driving with underinflated tyres, improperly torqued lug nuts and damaged wheel bearing. This damages the integrity of the rim or results in a bend that causes vibrations.
  • Brakes
    When you experience vibrations or shuddering under braking, then there is possible damage to your brake rotor. The rotor is the silver disc inside the wheels that stops the vehicle from the application of brakes. They tend to overheat, rough braking causes them to bend, excessive use of brake pads damages the rotor surface.
  • Axle
    Axles are the long rotating shafts that are connected to your wheels, they transfer the power from the transmission to the wheels. They can get damaged for many reasons, they get bent by collision, driving into a ditch, driving over a bump and more.
    This long shaft is what powers your vehicle and when it is working any damage to them can cause huge vibrations. The intensity of vibrations depends on the speed, the faster you go the more vibrations it produces,
  • Engine
    Engine vibrations are common, but an excess amount of vibrations could happen for many reasons. A faulty spark plug can cause misfiring in the cylinders causing vibrations. Also, air filters and fuel filters often get clogged, loose or disconnected hoses or faulty timing belts can cause huge amounts of vibrations.
    These problems can be hard to notice, if noticed they should not be neglected. For one it could be dangerous and blow off the engine and secondly, if the problem gets severe it would take a fortune to fix it.
  • Steering
    If you observe vibrations only when you turn the car then it is something related to the steering system. Check for a possible oil leak and check the steering fluid reservoir. Or you can check the system for any damaged parts or loose nuts which are causing the vibrations.

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