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Hey guys, trying my luck here to see any forumers with this experience. Just bought a 2005 trajet. Test drove below 80km/h was ok. After collect drove on highway, between 85 to 100 km/h, car will shake uncomfortably..can say vibrate also. But it decreases after 100 but still have vibration.. Anyone has this experience with their car? I suspect the suspension or engine mount Wads ur opinion? Anyone can help?

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Hey guys, trying my luck here to see any forumers with this experience. Just bought a 2005 trajet. Test drove below 80km/h was ok. After collect drove on highway, between 85 to 100 km/h, car will shake uncomfortably..can say vibrate also. But it decreases after 100 but still have vibration.. Anyone has this experience with their car? I suspect the suspension or engine mount Wads ur opinion? Anyone can help?

 

 

Suspension will affect handling but unlikely to cause the car to shake

If the shaking is due to worn out engine mountings, then idling stationary, the entire car will be shaking.

 

If the shaking is at the steering wheel, then it could be tyres issues, such as balancing is out.

 

Whatever the case, you should seen it to a mechanic who is familiar to this car immediately.

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if you are lucky,tire balance and 4 wheel aliment will solve the problem

 

if you are unlucky-bushing and u arm might worn.

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What if the steering is very sensitive and you can feel every bump, nook and cranny on the road and whoever sit behind in the passenger seats feel like vomiting?

 

Could it be the suspension?

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What if the steering is very sensitive and you can feel every bump, nook and cranny on the road and whoever sit behind in the passenger seats feel like vomiting?

 

Could it be the suspension?

 

its not the steering coz its quite comfortable until it reaches 90 to 100..then it shakes and vibrates..the car remains straight while travelling tho..

anyone knows a good mech for korean cars?

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HONDA CB400 SPEC 1 - OCT 2010..

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I'm having a Trajet too...

 

Perform the following"

 

a. Rims Balancing .

 

b. Wheel Alinement.

 

c. High Speed Balancing.

 

As for workshop, you can check out my regular workshop whom I'm with for the last 10years... (ps... this is my 2nd Trajet, had the 1st for 5yrs and my current is appox 4yrs of age)

 

Workshop ~ Along Lavender Road, Esso Petrol Station... Opps Lavender Food Court. The workshop is in the Esso Petrol Station itself.

 

Ask for Gary... Tell him you are recommended by Gerald.

 

Cheers!

 

*drop me a PM if you require any other clarifications!*

To Me....

 

It's not How fast you go... It's how FAR you Travel...:thumb:

 

It's the Rider! Not the Bike! o_O

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