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Old 09-20-2007, 12:21 PM
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Passenger chair shaking?

Does anyones front passenger chair shake while on the freeway? The back of mine shakes a bit left to right, more of a vibration really. It's fine when someone is sitting in it.
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Does anyones front passenger chair shake while on the freeway? The back of mine shakes a bit left to right, more of a vibration really. It's fine when someone is sitting in it.
...........sound's like an out of balance tire.
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No problem here. I agree, sounds like a tire balance problem.
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It does seem to come from the right side. I will check it out. What is the warranty coverage on tire balancing?
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I think tire balance would be covered under the "bumper to bumper warranty, not sure.
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Tire balancing is part of the scheduled maint. Unless you only have a handfull of miles on your truck, you will have to pay to get them rebalanced.
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What is the normal mileage for tires needing to be balanced? And do cheaper tires need this more? I have the cheap Continental tires.
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Tire balancing is part of the scheduled maint. Unless you only have a handfull of miles on your truck, you will have to pay to get them rebalanced.
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Wheel alignments and tire balancing(unless required by a warranty
repair)will be provided during the first 12months or 12,000 miles in
service,which ever occurs first

Brake pad/lining replacement swill be provided during the first
12 months or 18,000 miles in service,whichever occurs first
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What is the normal mileage for tires needing to be balanced? And do cheaper tires need this more? I have the cheap Continental tires.
..........balancing is done on an as need bases,we test drove an 06 and it vibrated even after they rebalanced them,the 07 we bought ride's GREAT,no vibration,both were used and both had contintal's
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