Facing problems on your car is specially annoying, furthermore the financial burden that these concerns signify, one must also add the time lost with a non-operational Renault Kangoo and the time spent to identify and remedy the breakdown. However, some problems are less major than others, which is not to say that they do not get worried us. Today we are going to check out a problem that can occur to many of us, having vibrations at acceleration on Renault Kangoo. This problem can in some cases be difficult to perceive but it must be dealt with. We will so commence our content page with the roots of these vibrations on Renault Kangoo, then, with the solutions you have to reduce or stop these tremors.


Why does my Renault Kangoo release vibrations when accelerating?

So let’s commence our content page with the roots of this kind of problem on your car. You should already know that an engine, especially if it is old or if it has been driven quite a bit, can naturally vibrate without being a problem behind it. Large diesel engines, especially those with a lot of torque, can bring about this form of feeling, both at idle and when accelerating.

I feel vibrations on my Renault Kangoo only when accelerating

Let’s take the most interesting circumstance for us in this content page. The fact that you come to feel trembling on your Renault Kangoo during your acceleration periods, in this circumstance you will have to verify the condition of different components because several of elements can be at the origin of these vibrations and whether or not you are unfortunate a combination of several of them may also be possible, here is the list of parts that can be involved.

  • Turbo: If the turbo of your Renault Kangoo is faulty, it may bring about vibrations that you will come to feel when you accelerate at the moment it is activated.
  • The turbo pressure sensor: This sensor will manage the pressure exerted in the turbo of your car, if it fails it may affect the performance of your turbo and develop vibrations that you may feel during acceleration of your Renault Kangoo.
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  • If the turbo is punctured or injured, the end result will be alike, the power supply of your turbo will be troubled and its performance too. Make sure visually check their condition.

I’m experiencing vibrations on my Renault Kangoo at acceleration and deceleration

We will now focus on the case where you feel vibrations on your Renault Kangoo when you are accelerating but also when you are idling. If you only feel vibrations when you are idling on your Renault Kangoo, please have a look at our content page dedicated to this problem to remedy your problem. If, alternatively, you notice that your Renault Kangoo vibrates when accelerating but also when it is stopped, here is the list of components to check:

  • EGR valve: In fact this valve which handles the return of exhaust gases for pollution standards can become dirty and bother the evacuation of exhaust gases which can bring about Renault Kangoo vibrates when accelerating but also when stopped.
  • Injectors: Your injectors that regulating the fuel/air mixture flow may be dirty or damaged, which will bring out the wrong amount of mixture and thus prevent your engine block from working effectively, it is even possible that one or more of your cylinders are not running correctly.
  • Fuel Filter: Like the injectors, if the filter is blocked it will not let the fuel pass correctly and therefore bother the operation of your Renault Kangoo, up to the point of generating vibrations during acceleration.

Here are the main triggers of a Renault Kangoo that vibrates at acceleration

What can I do to stop the vibration when I accelerate on my Renault Kangoo? What can I do?

Finally, in this last part, we will tell you the answers available to you to handle these tremors on your car when you accelerate. Here is the best attitude to adopt dependent on the component that is affected:

  • Turbo: If your turbo starts all these vibrations when you accelerate your Renault Kangoo, it will be good for you to control all the parts connected to it because changing a complete turbo is a big budget and most of the time the problem does not come exclusively from the turbo. So remember to check out your turbo pressure sensor, your flowmeter, the EGR valve and the hoses of your turbo. Otherwise take your Renault Kangoo to your workshop.
  • EGR valve: The EGR valve has the benefit that it is generally easy to access and easy to disassemble/clean. You can always take a look at it and clean it, for this see our content page on cleaning the EGR valve of an Renault Kangoo.
  • Injectors: Injectors are very fragile parts and a few harmful particles may be enough to bother their operation. Use a fuel additive to simply clean the injectors, if this is not enough you will have to go to a professional.
  • Fuel Filter: If it is the fuel filter, only replace it. A fuel filter doesn’t clean itself, so if it is clogged you will only have to replace it with a new one.

Now you have all the info you need to uncover the origin of the vibrations at acceleration on your Renault Kangoo. If you don’t feel able to accomplish certain operations don’t hesitate to go to your motor mechanic.

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