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2007 Santa Fe GLS 2.7 V6. T belt replaced by dealer at 62K. Noticed engine vibration when picked up vehicle. RPM is steady, engine runs smooth, no error codes, no strange noises. Mechanic who did the work confirmed vibration problem and recommended bringing it back - had no answer on the cause but mentioned lose motor mounts which I doubt - the car ran perfect until the dealer did the work. Any ideas/recommendations on the cause/fix?
 

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Any chance your crankshaft pulley/damper has started to separate? It's not all that uncommon, though the condition should have been spotted when he was removing and replacing it. Usually you'll start to hear the serp belt squeaking when this starts to go, though.
 

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Timing belt vibration

Serp belt replaced same time. One would think that a pulley issue would be noticed - will bring up w/ mech. Thanks for input.
 

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One would think, but you never know. Thought we had a good photo of one that was starting to come to pieces around here somewhere, but couldn't spot it.
 
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