Why your Car is Vibrating During Acceleration

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While driving your car it should be smooth and vibration should be minimal. However, if you are experiencing vibrations in your car while driving and particularly during acceleration, then it indicates issues in your car. Most of the time people think that the tires and wheels are the reason behind the vibrations. However, there are several other components that cause vibrations during acceleration. Go through the slide to know more about the reasons behind the vibration of the car during acceleration.

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Why your Car is Vibrating During Acceleration

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If you are not maintaining the car properly, then it will shake and vibrate at the time of riding.

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The internal issues in your car also cause the vibrations issues in your car and you should take care of them seriously.

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Why your Car is Vibrating During Acceleration Many people thought that tires and wheels are the real culprits, but several other components also cause vibration during acceleration.

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The below points define the causes behind the vibration issues in your car during acceleration.

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Bent axle

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The slight bend at the end of the axle can cause serious vibrations in your car when you speed up.

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The minor fender-bender or the small bumps in the road can lead to twisting of the axle and result to worn out CV joints.

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Tires

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Tires are the main causes of car vibrations during acceleration because the loose tires were inflated improperly and lead to major accidents.

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The unbalanced tires also cause vibrations because in this conditions the tire is out of balance or misaligned due to worn out tread or bad installation.

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Wheel

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The loose or the damaged wheel bearing could cause vibrations in your car at higher speeds because these parts are unlikely to wear out with time.

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If you feel rumbling through the steering wheels, struts, shock absorbers, ball joints, and tie rods, then your car vibrate during acceleration.

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Stuck brake caliper

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Many times, the stuck caliper of your car starts to shake at 40 to 50 mph and lead to vibration with acceleration.

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If the car vibrates when acceleration, then it unable to get a whiff of burning odor when the car stops.

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Failed radiator fan

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The failed or damaged radiator fan of your car can hamper the engine operation and lead to vibration during acceleration.

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Whenever you want to start the car, the fan teeter automatically because the failed radiator fan will cause vibration when you speed up.

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Conclusion

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If you find vibrations in the car, then make sure that your car definitely has any of the above-mentioned issues.

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Without having any delay, take it to your mechanic for inspecting the whole parts of your car to find the real issues and fix it as soon as possible.

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