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Big problem...

big problem...

today I was driving down the road ... then turning on the highway and at 120-130 km with the slow car acceleration, I was so shy that I thought my bike was falling ... then it took about 20 kilometers ... another 100km without problem ... I'm returning home the same. the bustling 20 km shakes like a macadam next 100 without brollma ... does anybody have any idea ?? thank you.
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So I want to say that I did not notice anything on the car that there would be anything wrong. which from the suddenness of the car in acceleration from 100 km to 130 km, the car was so shaken that literally everything shook.

I'm really worried, because after I drove the car a little more over the plants everything was ok ... it's very strange.

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I'm sorry. That doesn't make sense. Can someone help you with translation?

Are you noticing vibrations at certain speeds?
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I'm sorry. That doesn't make sense. Can someone help you with translation?

Are you noticing vibrations at certain speeds?
I hope it will be better this time ...

up to 100kmh car runs without a problem ...

between 100kmh and 130kmh car shakes, as if I ride on stones.

It takes about 20 km. then stops
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Not at all sure which make and model of Touareg you have. You refer to it as a 'bike' which I find strange. It MIGHT be the center bearing on the drive shaft if your year and model matches up with the other posts on that subject.
It REALLY helps us to figure out what is wrong if you give your location and the make and model and year

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Not at all sure which make and model of Touareg you have. You refer to it as a 'bike' which I find strange. It MIGHT be the center bearing on the drive shaft if your year and model matches up with the other posts on that subject.
It REALLY helps us to figure out what is wrong if you give your location and the make and model and year[IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/ClubTouareg_2016/smilies/tango_face_plain.png[/IMG]
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Make, model, year and location help.
Exactly what i have been banging on to new members about recently.
Fill out your profile.
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Not at all sure which make and model of Touareg you have. You refer to it as a 'bike' which I find strange. It MIGHT be the center bearing on the drive shaft if your year and model matches up with the other posts on that subject.
It REALLY helps us to figure out what is wrong if you give your location and the make and model and year[IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/ClubTouareg_2016/smilies/tango_face_plain.png[/IMG]
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Make, model, year and location help.
Exactly what i have been banging on to new members about recently.
Fill out your profile.
Then it makes it easier to assist

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I apologize.

Because I translate into a google translator, the words change greatly so I write.

I can not find the option to enter this information regarding the profile's completion. I have entered my data and I can not find it, and I would definitely like to subscribe.

model and year of the car is:

vw touareg

year 2004/2005

2.5 tdi.

slovenia / europe

the car was bought in Germany

mileage: 250,000

automatic transmission

The car has airbags for raising a car.

there is no error on the dashboard.

THE PROBLEM IS FOLLOWING:

At around 9 am I went to visit my mom.

I'm driving about 15 km along the regional road without any problems like every day.

when I wound up on the road, I accelerated to 100kmh of vehicles normal when I crossed from 100kmh to 130kmh, the car started to shake.

if I accelerated fast everything was ok, while if I accelerated slowly the car was very shaky.

I would like to emphasize that I performed the service about a week ago and everything was ok.

when I drove down the highway about 20km, the vehicle stopped shaking.

now I do not even know what to do.

I apologize again.

greetings.
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I apologize.

Because I translate into a google translator, the words change greatly so I write.

I can not find the option to enter this information regarding the profile's completion. I have entered my data and I can not find it, and I would definitely like to subscribe.

model and year of the car is:

vw touareg

year 2004/2005

2.5 tdi.

slovenia / europe

the car was bought in Germany

mileage: 250,000

automatic transmission

The car has airbags for raising a car.

there is no error on the dashboard.

THE PROBLEM IS FOLLOWING:

At around 9 am I went to visit my mom.

I'm driving about 15 km along the regional road without any problems like every day.

when I wound up on the road, I accelerated to 100kmh of vehicles normal when I crossed from 100kmh to 130kmh, the car started to shake.

if I accelerated fast everything was ok, while if I accelerated slowly the car was very shaky.

I would like to emphasize that I performed the service about a week ago and everything was ok.

when I drove down the highway about 20km, the vehicle stopped shaking.

now I do not even know what to do.

I apologize again.

greetings.

Sounds like a task the moderators could help you with??


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It is worth checking the centre bearing on the prop shaft which is also called the drive shaft.

However, when these fail you would normally get the vibration permanently and at all speeds

You say that the shaking has now stopped.

Has it stopped completely or does it return the next time you drive the car?

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To change your user profile click on User CP. It is at the top of the page.

It is worth checking the centre bearing on the prop shaft which is also called the drive shaft.

However, when these fail you would normally get the vibration permanently and at all speeds

You say that the shaking has now stopped.

Has it stopped completely or does it return the next time you drive the car?

Hello.

as I said, when I drive up to 100kmh the car does not shake anything ... when I accelerate from 100kmh to 130kmh, the car starts to shake.

But it's ridiculous that if I accelerate slowly from 100kmh to 130kmh, it's very shaking.

but if I accelerate fast from 100km to 130km, the car does not shake. and after about 20km of driving it stops shaking in slow acceleration or fast
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