Vibration in steering wheel and pedal

Flockemblue

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I swore this thing drove like glass but I could also be mistaken. I noticed a vibration through steering wheel and pedal at highway speeds. Took it to discount and had everything balanced… still felt it.

I started noticing it after I went through a low intersection aka DIP (if that makes sense) and have crawled under and checked everything. It looks good and the only thing I even remotely discover was passenger CV axel had a little play compared to drivers side. But I dont know if this is normal as there aren’t many tremors around to check and not going to be reaching up under random peoples truck during the cat stealing days we live in.

Had a scheduled appointment with dealership but they wanted to keep it for 3-4 days and I don’t have a second vehicle for the next month. Service Advisor drove with me (didn’t drive/wouldn’t drive) and said he didn’t feel anything. Also the gf says she doesn’t feel anything.

I’m sometimes neurotic about sh¡t like this so I dont know if it’s my mind and the trucks do this or it’s for real.
 
Is it almost like a buzz vibration in the gas pedal?
 
It is probably the Lane assist. Steering wheel vibrates if you get too close to the lines on the road.
 
Yeah same here. It is only in the gas pedal, not the steering wheel (the physical notification), and I have looked and never caught the lane assist indication on the dash. So I am with Flockemblue as well here.
 
I swore this thing drove like glass but I could also be mistaken. I noticed a vibration through steering wheel and pedal at highway speeds. Took it to discount and had everything balanced… still felt it.

I started noticing it after I went through a low intersection aka DIP (if that makes sense) and have crawled under and checked everything. It looks good and the only thing I even remotely discover was passenger CV axel had a little play compared to drivers side. But I dont know if this is normal as there aren’t many tremors around to check and not going to be reaching up under random peoples truck during the cat stealing days we live in.

Had a scheduled appointment with dealership but they wanted to keep it for 3-4 days and I don’t have a second vehicle for the next month. Service Advisor drove with me (didn’t drive/wouldn’t drive) and said he didn’t feel anything. Also the gf says she doesn’t feel anything.

I’m sometimes neurotic about sh¡t like this so I dont know if it’s my mind and the trucks do this or it’s for real.
Does vibration in pedal increase as you accelerate and is it more noticeable under heavy acceleration?
 
Ok so I’m not the only crazy one. Experiencing the same thing.

What did the dealer say? Did they just brush it off as normal?
 
I've noticed this same issue since day one, I thought I was crazy.
 
Had same issue you described. Then my CV joint popped out.
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Any update? I'm having this issue too. Took a long drive and hand started to feel numbish. My alignment was out of wack fixed that a long with tire rotation but same vibration is felt. If I let go of the steering wheel you can see it moving back and forth just so slightly too.
 
I have less than 700 miles and Im feeling it in 4A only, have not engaged anything past 2A and 4A...any updates??
thanks in advance
 
My first service is Sept 16th and I am having them check the CV joints. Mine is again intermittent and does not follow RPM. So we will see what they say. - Rob
 
Did roadforce on my tires. Got the best ones up front and no difference really. Dealer is now replacing 2 out of whack tires(over 20 on the roadforce). I'm thinking it's some sort of driveshaft balance issue. As I can feel vibration coming from pedal and seat too.
 
I swore this thing drove like glass but I could also be mistaken. I noticed a vibration through steering wheel and pedal at highway speeds. Took it to discount and had everything balanced… still felt it.

I started noticing it after I went through a low intersection aka DIP (if that makes sense) and have crawled under and checked everything. It looks good and the only thing I even remotely discover was passenger CV axel had a little play compared to drivers side. But I dont know if this is normal as there aren’t many tremors around to check and not going to be reaching up under random peoples truck during the cat stealing days we live in.

Had a scheduled appointment with dealership but they wanted to keep it for 3-4 days and I don’t have a second vehicle for the next month. Service Advisor drove with me (didn’t drive/wouldn’t drive) and said he didn’t feel anything. Also the gf says she doesn’t feel anything.

I’m sometimes neurotic about sh¡t like this so I dont know if it’s my mind and the trucks do this or it’s for real.
Mine had same issues .rear differential rebuild and still the same....
 
It's the tires, they're known for being hard to balance. I had mine into the dealer and of course they couldn't reproduce anything then I took it to a buddy that does tires and he found all wheels slightly out so he re did them and its better but still not perfect.
 
Sorry I forgot I posted

Yeah they brushed it off, I think I got used to the vibrations and now just accepting it. It sucks for the price of this thing but I don’t want to have any excessive attempts to fix something…..

Did have the alignment redone and seemed to help slightly
 
I am shocked how I feel the same ,brushed off and it's a new normal...???
 
I notice this also, but only driving between 75-85 mph. Assumed it was a tire or two out of balance. Are others experiencing it independent of speed?
 
I have the stock tires and rims. Rotate tires every oil change. Last one the mechanic did a crisscrossing rotation instead of a front to back. Could be my imagination but seems to have smoothed out. Belts in the tire settled down after the crisscrossing rotation? Opinions
 

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