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While sitting in park and raising the idle to about 1900 rpm i noticed a vibration through out the vehicle. Have anyone else noticed this with their ride? I have owned a few cars in my day and was a Master Mercedes mechanic. I have never noticed this with any car. Unless there was something seriously wrong. Please post up what you have noticed.
 

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Tardy reply; I hadn't driven my wife's Tuck in awhile...
Yes, as I gently raise the rpms in park, or in neutral,
at ~ 1900 rpms there is a noticeable vibration in car.

I can feel it in my "seat": similar to rear wheels being
way out of balance, but obviously not wheels.

Some unusual drive line/exhaust system vibe?

Ours is front wheel drive, ~3100 miles.
Weird.
GL, mD
 

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The vibration also exists in the Santa Fe 2010 AWD, mine was brand when purchased it is now on it's 3rd drive shaft and propeller shaft it's a piece of **** !!!
 

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QUOTE (venetian @ Jul 29 2010, 07:04 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345817
The vibration also exists in the Santa Fe 2010 AWD, mine was brand when purchased it is now on it's 3rd drive shaft and propeller shaft it's a piece of **** !!!
Interesting, our '10 Tuck is FWD, not AWD...but that vibe at ~1900 to 2000, in park/neutral is readily apparent, as I noted.
I don't think it is AWD/FWD dependent, and I have no idea what produces that vibration; I've never felt it in any car in
46+ yrs of driving. My '75 HD Shovelhead has some vibration, :grin: but that's expected.
GL, mD
 

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QUOTE (motordavid @ Jul 29 2010, 03:51 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=345941
Interesting, our '10 Tuck is FWD, not AWD...but that vibe at ~1900 to 2000, in park/neutral is readily apparent, as I noted.
I don't think it is AWD/FWD dependent, and I have no idea what produces that vibration; I've never felt it in any car in
46+ yrs of driving. My '75 HD Shovelhead has some vibration, :grin: but that's expected.
GL, mD


Yes, I have to admit, I've noticed I have a slight vibration too, and also the strangest thing is, whenever I pull in my driveway & stop, after any assorted trip or errand, I get some vibration at idle once I put it in Park? I agree mD, never had anything like it before?

My 97' Vulcan 1500cc Cruiser has the only type vibration I want :thumbsup:

I swear, I think that PZEV crap has something to do with it? Isn't this engine clean enough without that?
 

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Agree on the slight vibation also, when put into Park...

I have also noticed: when standing outside at back of car, as my wife is
backing into our skinnyazz, sloping driveway, and comes to a stop,
the exhaust note/cadence is huff, huff, huff, blah...
almost like it's missing a plug wire, which I know it's not.

A very odd exhaust beat, imo. Not smooth, and not "in sequence"
sounding, if that translates. Our pos Honda CR-V purred, as does
our X5, and the VetteVert burbles like an ol'ChrisCraftWoody...

Not picking on the car; the CEO likes it.
GL, mD
 

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i did take the Tucson to the dealer and had the service department check it out. While the truck was in there i compared to another Tucson on the lot and it was the same. Service said it was a normal condition. I feel there is a balance shaft missing or something in the design. I would like as many people as possible to post up so i can write a letter to Hyundai explaining this situation. I doubt any fix will be offered but at least they know that we the community notice it and feel that it is unjust.
 

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My 2012 Tucson is currently at the dealer for this. They have agreed that here is a noticeable vibration in the 1850 – 1900 rpm range and seem to be looking for a resolution. I see this is an old thread and I am curious if you every figured it out.
 

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This new to me I will have to check my lady's Tucson because I have driven hers quite a bit before and never noticed a vibration that seemed odd to me. If it matters she has the awd limited so I will check tomorrow evening and report back.
 

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Hi, I got an ix35 2ltr diesel 4x4 premium (uk), 16k mls, Have vibration, 1500-2000rpm, noticable in 3,4 5, gears (manual), on power, neutral and over run, it vanishes if put clutch in, so it would suggest it is transmission related. Dealer can't hear/feel it !!!!!
 

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Did the dealership find a solution for this vibration issue?

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I see nothing has been answered or resolved. I have a Veloster NA manual trans 6 speed and the vibration is such a pain getting into first. The sensation is like clutch chatter since the throttle hits those low rpms when releasing the clutch. Hyundai calls it "normal characteristics of the car" what?
 

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They are relatively cheap cars with poor NVH characteristics amongst numerous other shortcomings. It's something an owner has to accept or move on to a superior vehicle. I will in time.
 

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They are relatively cheap cars with poor NVH characteristics amongst numerous other shortcomings. It's something an owner has to accept or move on to a superior vehicle. I will in time.
Looks like it! Hyundai just swept it under the rug. I filled a claim on it and took it to the dealership a few months ago. The response from the so called field engineer was "it's a characteristic of the vehicle". They closed the case too. I complained and all they could tell me was to try another dealership and file another claim. It seems to me its an engine or they don't do anything. Even if they did approve a replacement engine, I don't even think the issue has been resolved. Pretty sad because I love the car.
 

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QUOTE (Dinoco @ Aug 15 2010, 03:20 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=349448
Hopefully those with a manual can contribute to this thread.
Yes it happens on both manual and automatics! I tested both! The problem with the manuals is that the vibration happens during 1st gear clutch release so the vibration is amplified. I even feel it during 2nd gear clutch release while making right turns. Its rather annoying. I expect it will destroy the trans/motor mounts prematurely. I will file a claim on Hyundai if it does.
 

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Yes it happens on both manual and automatics! I tested both! The problem with the manuals is that the vibration happens during 1st gear clutch release so the vibration is amplified. I even feel it during 2nd gear clutch release while making right turns. Its rather annoying. I expect it will destroy the trans/motor mounts prematurely. I will file a claim on Hyundai if it does.
I have been hearing this vibration on my 2013 Tucson. It normally happens at less than 2000 RPM, and it is more obvious when I set the air vent to Defrost and Leg setting. When I set the air vents to face and legs, the vibration becomes less audible. When the engine is cold and I put the air vent to Defrost and Leg, the vibration is worst.
 

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I have been hearing this vibration on my 2013 Tucson. It normally happens at less than 2000 RPM, and it is more obvious when I set the air vent to Defrost and Leg setting. When I set the air vents to face and legs, the vibration becomes less audible. When the engine is cold and I put the air vent to Defrost and Leg, the vibration is worst.
Hi,
Sounds to me you have something loose in the dash. The vibration you feel from the engine RPMs may be shaking the loose part. Does the vibration/noise go away after you pass 2000 RPM?
 
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