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  1. Suraj Singh
  2. Service & Maintenance
  3. Monday, April 10 2017
I have grand i10 that vibrates at idle when ac is on. is this normal. The hyundai service says its normal . please advice
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Hello,

Is it Grand i10 Diesel ?

Been the diesel Engine comes in 3 cylinder - the vibrations is inherent due to 3 cylinder design and is there at idling
However - as soon as you revv the car - the vibrations are gone - thanks to balancer shaft been added in engine block - which curbs down the vibrations

So - nothing to worry on same. Its inherent outcome of most of 3 cylinder engine.


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Its a petrol engine... the vibrations occur at idle with ac on only
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Hello,

Where do you experience vibration
To our review - there is no as such vibration issue on steering, clutch or accelerator with AC been on

Though very negligible vibration - which is not bothersome or something which does takes attention in Grand i10 may happen (and that with any car) - due to the fact when engine is on and idling and if AC compressor is switched on puts a marginal load on idling.

However - its not something which is noticeable to take attention
Hope should help !!
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The vibrations are very mild and I can see only the rpm fluctuation like 700 900 ...may be this is normal?? Thanks for your help
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I have a 2014 1.1 ltr Grand i10 diesel I find a viberation when I start my car and when I raise my acc to 1500-2000rpm the vibration goes off .why this occurs can this be rectified , give me a solution
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