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Also check your brake disks and pads. If pads were worn they can damage disks and it will cause a vibration
The chatter on your serpentine belt tension is normal operation. As the engine speeds up and slows, imperceptable to the naked eye, during normal operation the effect from the crankshaft is absorbed by the tensioner and avoids a code P0300-Random engine misfire. You need to check your vehicles electronics with a scan, before deciding on a plan of action.
Does it make the vibration when in park? If not, I'd suggest you may have a vacuum leak after the throttle body or possibly your Idle Air Control (IAC) valve is not functioning correctly. If you are not experiencing any rough running at off idle, it has to be something which would only affect it at idle, or it could be slight enough that you are not feeling ...
The usual culprits are one or more of the following (from most- to least likely): flat spots on tires caused by wheelspin or locking brakes unbalanced rims bent rims (very) cheap tyres worn shock absorbers warped brake rotors worn wheel bearings loose wheelnuts worn suspension bushings loose control arms.
Tires are out of balance, or possible a bent rim. Take it back to where the tires were put on and tell them you have a vibration. If you have a vibration when you are using the brakes that goes away when you take your foot off the brake you may have warped rotors. I would take car of the tire balance issue first before addressing the rotors. You may only ...
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