Say Goodbye to the Flat Spotted Tires / Shuttering Theory

milesperhour

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14
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3
Sarasota, FL
Genesis Model Type
1G Genesis Sedan (2009-2014)
New Michelin tires, alignment completed, entire driveshaft replaced, dealer has now swapped tires and rotated them and VIBRATION is still there.. They believe it's the rear end and now they are replacing the rear axle.. Next would be the rear differential.
 

dboz1031

Registered Member
75
23
8
Genesis Model Type
2G Genesis Sedan (2015-2016)
Had all that done already, no change. It's the torque converter. I thought they were going to appease me and swap my transmission but the dealer somehow decided to squash it.
New Michelin tires, alignment completed, entire driveshaft replaced, dealer has now swapped tires and rotated them and VIBRATION is still there.. They believe it's the rear end and now they are replacing the rear axle.. Next would be the rear differential.
 

milesperhour

Hasn't posted much yet...
14
2
3
Sarasota, FL
Genesis Model Type
1G Genesis Sedan (2009-2014)
Had all that done already, no change. It's the torque converter. I thought they were going to appease me and swap my transmission but the dealer somehow decided to squash it.
Did they fix the torque converter? How is this causing the vibration? have others found this as the solution?
 
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