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Causes of vibration above 60 mph of GL450 Mercedes Benz

GL450 vibrating above 60MPH Vibration above 60 miles per hour while driving your GL or ML is caused primarily, by either a propeller shaft or the flat washer of the lower arm bushings. Lower arm bushing will cause the vibration if:           It’s broken           You Changed the position of the flat wide washer: the washer on the big bushing of the lower arm supposed to be at the right side of the bushing. If it’s changed from this position to the front end of the bushing, it’ll destroy the alignment of the lower arm and the bushing. This, if you're accelerating at a high speed above 60 mph, it’ll draw the iron in the bushing to the chasis of the vehicle. This you’ll feel as a vibration while speeding. This situation usually disappears when you lower your speed below 60mph.  lower arm bushing washer will be at the right side of the bushing, not left   Propeller shaft and driving shaft A broken driveline of the propeller shaft can cause the vibration of GL450 above 60mph  

How to Disable AFS light on your Lexus Car

  HOW TO DISABLE ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING ON YOUR LEXUS RX HOW TO DISABLE ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING ON YOUR LEXUS RX    Lexus’s   Intelligent Adaptive Front Lighting System , as fitted to the   Lexus RX 450h , is a driver-aid that adjusts the direction of the headlights in response to steering inputs and vehicle speed, in effect pointing the low-beam headlights into the corner and improving your view. The system is enabled by default, but should you wish to temporarily disable it, watch the tutorial video below or read on for our step-by-step ‘how to’. On the steering wheel of the Lexus RX, press the ‘MENU’ button and use the arrow buttons to cycle through until ‘AFS’ lights up in the dash display. Press the ‘ENTER’ button on the steering wheel, which moves the dash display indicator to ‘AFS OFF’, disabling the system. Press the ‘MENU’ button once more to return to the main display. To re-enable the system, simply repeat the procedure to switch the display from ‘AFS OFF’ to ‘AFS ON’. The

How to repair a noisy Car Engine

  The rattling Noise from the upper parts of the engine, that confuses you of whether it's from the timing chain, or adjuster, or the lifter cups on the cylinder head. At times you'll make an educated guess that it's from the camshafts assembly. The noise have not stopped, even after you've replaced almost every parts, the only thing you've not replaced now is the cylinder head. And it's cleared that this noise is not from the down part of the Engine. Because when we rev up the Engine, there's no sign of the camshaft, or its bearings are faulty, you're totally convinced that the noise is from the upper end of the Engine. What then makes the Engine noisy? What's the cause of a noisy Engine? The main cause of a noisy Engine is Engine oil... Yes, lack of regular oil and filter changes, especially when you are using Engine oil of poor quality. This type of oil not only loose their lubricating power easily but also burn to leave scale deposits inside the