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Hi guys,

I have a vibration on gas pedal on my car.

In moving, when I push gas pedal, the vibration felt on that,

but when car is stop and not moving(in D or N or P), there is not any vibration on that,

and vibration will be when push pedal on moving the car...

this vibration there is in different speeds(not just on special speed)...

Has anybody else had a similar problem?

What is the reasons of this vibration on gas pedal?

Thanks.
 

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No any idea?

This vibration is very high when engine RPM is higher,
(When the gear wants to be replaced and RPM is high, vibration on gas pedal is more.
and after the change gear(for example from "2 to 3" or "3 to 4"),
vibration will be lower but still exist.

And this vibration felt on brake pedal too.
on brake pedal vibration felt just when RPM is high, and after RPM will be lower, vibration on Brake Pedal Disappears.

Before I have vibration on steering wheel like that,
and I have checked engine mounts and gearbox mount and they were health Apparently.

However I have changed upper right engine mount with other good brand,
and after changed there is not any positive effect in vibration,
and there is vibration on steering wheel like before.

But now I have vibration on gas pedal and brake pedal too.
Do you have any idea about this problem?
 

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No any idea?


Do you have any idea about this problem?
Considering you are experiencing vibration through your steering and pedals under all conditions at all speeds and you have fully checked out all your mounts ..... I would suggest that you go to a tyre fitter and have ALL you wheels rebalanced (if a weight hasn't fallen off it could be a tyre going out of shape or a knock on the roadwheel that has affected the balance). A bad wheel will send vibrations all through the car when in motion.
 

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Considering you are experiencing vibration through your steering and pedals under all conditions at all speeds and you have fully checked out all your mounts ..... I would suggest that you go to a tyre fitter and have ALL you wheels rebalanced (if a weight hasn't fallen off it could be a tyre going out of shape or a knock on the roadwheel that has affected the balance). A bad wheel will send vibrations all through the car when in motion.
Dear Renoir White,

Thanks for your helping.
I have rebalanced all of wheels before,
But I have no change about vibration after balance.
 
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