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    Mark Thomas
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  1. Cheers for all that. It's been years since I actually worked with cars and a lot of the new tech goes over my head. I've checked most logical things and it doesn't appear to be an engine issue, the wobble being through the car and steering ( like I'm running over a while line with the rumble bars built in). Going in shortly so hopefully the garage can identify.
  2. I've done 75000 miles so far in my 2019 2.0 Excel. That's way less than normal due to covid, by now all my previous cars would be on about 145000.
  3. It doesn't seem like an engine issue though, I've monitored the rev counter during wobbles and it's constant. It's all through the wheels it seems. Could be CVT I guess but I've no experience of CVT issues to know
  4. Not really. The engine seems sweet, it's also only lasts a second or so. It's a weird one.
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  6. My 2019 2.0 corolla has just developed a very strange and quite frightening problem. Going on holiday last Sunday about 100 miles in on the M5 south of Bristol it felt as if I was running over an incredibly rough surface but only for a second or 2. It then did it again on several occasions during the holiday causing a very slow trip home. Seems to be front orientated, maybe left front and oddly more when going up hill. It also isn't speed dependant so not wheel balance. Causes the whole car to shudder violently. Tyres are fine, no obvious play in the wheel/suspension. Car runs fine and CVT seems fine. Car has done 75000 with a FSH every 10k. Any ideas??
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