my car had a noticeable vibration when accelerating from low speed or accelerating from around 60 to 80. Also noticeable when climbing a slope, rather than just cruising at a constant speed.
This all occured right after my front passenger side CV axle assembly replacement. I checked for loose bolts and even tried another set of wheels/tires to verify that it wasn't a bent wheel or unbalanced wheel.
so, caan a rebuilt CV axle assembly cause vibration? Anyone had this kind of issue?
It can - wasn't rebuilt proper, not enough grease in boot or it could be slightly out - not true
Almost all my previous Audi rides
(but I started off with a 1971 Super Beetle in 1973)
1975 Audi 100 LS (4 speed 2 Dr.)
1979 Audi Fox GTI (Cdn. only)
1981 Audi 5+5 (2 dr. sedan)
1987 Audi Coupe S/E Digital dash
1988 Audi 80 Q Sport 4 dr. (rare in Canada)
1990 Audi 90 sedan (auto FWD only)
1993 Audi CSQ 100 (A6)
1998 Audi A6Q
2003 Audi Avant 1.8T Q (loved this one!)
2002 Audi A6Q 2.7t (current ride)
I once had a VW with similar symptoms, vibration or shudder on acceleration, esp. hard acceration. It was a bad inner CV. Take car back to shop. Not all rebuilt axles are equal, some can be basic clean-up jobs (cleaned, painted, tested). Was this an audi OEM rebuilt axle?
2002 A6 4.2 |daily driver
2006 Toyota Sienna |family car
1967 VW Type II |Love my Bus!
1980 4000 |265K miles|2.0L|5-speed|KE-Motronic|SOLD '07