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    Has anybody had experience with mount replacement to rectify harsh engine vibration on the 2.2 Diesel engine?
    So far Iíve had a top mount and a gearbox mount replaced (which improved things a little) but still looking for vibration source.

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    Experiencing the same so keen to learn other's progress.

    Have harsh vibration, worst when at lights with with brakes applied. Still there when in neutral but definitely less.

    Had the engine dampener replaced at last service but this delivered little (if any) improvement. Much forum and internet searching suggests others experiencing the same but no definitive solution - references of everything from internal engine balancing to loose bolts.

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    Is the harmonic balancer in good condition, is the rubber still bonded to the inner and outer rings, is it running true?

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    As housekeeping found the cause of vibration was a faulty active damper. New unit installed and now things back to normal
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    Also if the rubbers that secure the engine cover are shot ,the cover rattles at idle,if you hold it down with your hand noise reduced a lot .pugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    As housekeeping found the cause of vibration was a faulty active damper. New unit installed and now things back to normal
    Do you have another description of an "active damper"?
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    An engine mount that works like a active shock with variable valving if that makes sense

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    Engine Suspension Control System


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