Join Date: Jan 2018
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Vibration turning right at a certain rpm 2018
I have a 2018 3.6R touring. When it only had a couple of hundred miles on it I thought a couple of times I felt and heard a vibration while turning slightly right. Then at 2500 miles it would do it often and I could repeat it by slowly accelerating and turning right while having the rpm around 1400. I know people will say that is very specific and I just should not do that, but when you are driving that happens quite a bit without trying. Took it to the dealer and drove with a tech. He heard it. I was taking a 1400 mile trip and they said it was not a bearing and I would be ok. I should just bring it in after vacation.
I did just that and they had it for a few days and said they could not make the noise. They wanted me to come in and drive a brand new car and see if the noise was normal. I have had many cars and I know when a noise is not normal. I agreed to is and found the new car did not make any noise. Took the service manager for a ride and he heard it. They said they would have to call in a Subaru rep to look at the car.
One week goes by and they call me today and said they think they fixed it. They said they moved a transmission line they think was vibrating. I picked it up and did not hear the noise. I thought great. It is fixed. Well that quickly ended when I started hearing it again before I got home. It seems to start after it warms up a bit. Anyone have a clue or had this happen to them.
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