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Old 07-12-2019, 04:16 PM   #1
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Vibration in pedals when turning the steering wheel?

Hi guys, i have a little strange problem i guess
I have a Nissan Almera from 2004.
Its kind of hard to describe my problem sorry, but every time i turn the wheel, the clutch and brake pedal will give some vibration and the steering wheel will feel like its jamming (skipping a beat) sometimes, even when the car is holding still?
The vibration in the pedals are only there when i turn the steering wheel?

Can somebody point me in the right direction? Help is much appreciated!
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Re: Vibration in pedals when turning the steering wheel?

Bad CV joints in the front axles.
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Re: Vibration in pedals when turning the steering wheel?

Since you mention the vibration in the pedals can be felt even if the vehicle is not moving, I'd be inclined to suspect something related to the load provided by the power steering pump, such as a misfire/vacuum leak or problem with the power steering pump or steering rack and pinion.


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