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Vibration

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by engineer, Apr 2, 2015.

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  1. engineer

    engineer New Member

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    My 200tdi has a vibration at exactly 2000rpm most annoying any ideas truck has new engine and gearbox mountings which has improved it but not gone.


    John
     
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    robbh Crazier than a box of frogs on acid

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    Propshaft ujs?
     
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    In one or all gears?

    could be transferbox or gearbox bearings?
     
  4. engineer

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    Checked all these plus it does it although less so when just revving out off gear it started very quickly within 10 miles mountings have improved it but still noticeable,thanks for the replies.

    John
     
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    You say new engine and gearbox mounts, are you sure you have suspended the engine right, only needs one mount to be slightly off and that could cause trouble, had similar few years ago on a diesel someone had changed, engine was a bit heavier
     
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