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    I'm wondering if anyone can tell me why my 55 2.8 Elite Auto feels as though it has a slight judder doing 30 - 40 mph?

    First of all I thought it was the road however now I've owned the car a little longer I realise it does it on all roads.

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    Checked your tyres for bulges? Or damage to your alloys? (inside rims too)

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    if the wheels are the culprits wouldn't the car vibrate more once it's at speed - 70mph?

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    I had a bulge a front tyre on my last car. you couldnt feel it at speed, just at 30-40. I was driving on it for about 6 weeks before I fitted new pads and discovered the problem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimo View Post
    if the wheels are the culprits wouldn't the car vibrate more once it's at speed - 70mph?
    Nope. Depending on size, position etc the problem with br much more pronounced at certain speeds.

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    Silly question but do you have any warning lights on? When the car is sitting at idle does the rev needle fluctuate up and down or does it sit steady? When was the car last serviced?

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