“Why Is My Car Vibrating?”

I even ask myself that question sometimes - but then again, my car is a 1995 so I might have to worry about it a little more. What’s funny about vibration is that it pretty much comes up on you all of a sudden. You’re car can probably already be vibrating and you have no idea! The reason of a vibrating car can either be because of something that can be easily fixed or because of something that’s going to lead you to buy a whole new car.

5. Rebuilt Car Engine
It doesn’t necessarily have to be a Rebuilt Auto Engine - it can be any type of engine really. The reason why it starts shaking and vibrating is because the engine isn’t getting enough air, fuel, or even spark - the components that it needs to run efficiently and smoothly. These are a few ways you can tell if it is your engine:

1. You start to notice some type of shudder or jerking when you accelerate.
2. You start out driving fine for the first couple of miles, but then later on you feel shaking.

If you recognize these signs, this most likely means that you need new spark plugs.

4. Problems With Your Axle
If your Axle just so happens to get bent - which can happen if you get into an accident - then your car will vibrate with more intensity the faster that you drive. Another thing that it can be would be the driveshaft - just check it. If there’s worn out CV (Constant Velocity), this can contribute to the problem.

3. Having Troubles With Your Brakes
If the vibration on your car becomes stronger when you begin to use your Brakes , then there’s a big chance that your car is running around with either a warped brake rotor or just rotors in general. Your rotor can usually get bent out of shape because of all the overheating that we can do to it!

2. Wheels That Are Wobbly
There are going to be a few times where when you drive, you can feel your car vibrating directly through your steering wheel. The reason is not because you need your alignment done again, one of the main reasons is because one of your wheels is not screwed on right. Some other causes of your wheels wobbling would be because of the tie-rod ends or ball joints. If you don’t know what any of these things are, the best thing to do is go to your closest auto shop and make sure that all of these things are working properly.

1. Tire Problems
Since tires are what keeps your car moving, this can be the main cause of the vibration on your car! Here are some major reasons why your car can vibrate :

1. If your car is vibrating at different speeds; this most likely means that you need to get the balance on your tires checked.
2. If you notice that your tires have some separated tread going on, then you just need to replace your tires as soon as you have the chance to do so.
3. If your tires aren’t round and if they’re rolling unevenly, then you need to get your tires replaced - bad.

Like I said, if you notice any of these things, please check them immediately. I wouldn’t want you to be the one on the road causing all of the traffic.