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VIBRATION I HAVE A VIBRATION PROBLEM., IT SEEMS EVEN WORSE IN COLD WEATHER. I CAN FEEL IT IN GAS PEDLE, AND WAS THINKING IT MITE BE THE MOTOR MOUNTS COULD HAVE DRYED OUT. I KNOW ITS NOT THE WHEELS

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This is caused by the fluid-filled motor mounts and transmission mounts. You are probably right in they have dried out and may need to have the fluid topped up.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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    Swilin Sampson Oct 04, 2008

    Best bet is to have a mechanic take a look, as it is quite impossible to pinpoint the fault without a manual inspection..

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