What is the F-d-d-d-d-d-d-d Vibration??
1997 328 Automatic, 150k miles
80 mph or higher, a slight left curve makes the whole car shake and make a noise like it has gone off on the shoulder and hit the rumble strip - but the highway is smooth.
If I floor it in first gear, there will be a brief 1-second bout of the same noise. It feels and sounds rather as though the antilock brakes were engaging, except the car is not slowing down, it is accelerating hard.
I disengaged the ASC and tried the low gear acceleration - no change.
The sound and frequency of the vibration makes me want to focus on the antilock brake system, but that should not engage unless the brake is pressed, right? I have no warning lights lit.
Thanks for any suggestions.
Check your driveline for the all to common center support bearing blowing out. There's other stuff too but start there
My car would shudder like rumble strips in second gear, up a hill at times ect.. I changed my rear breaks fixed the problem. Did not have to do anything else.
This one turned out to be the front right outboard ball joint. I replaced both control arms. Tightened everything up nicely.
I was so pleased with the tighter handling that I put new control arm bushings on the other '97 as well.
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