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Transmission shifting from P to D or D to R Jolts

I have got corolla 98. When I shift from P to D or D to R, it jolts and not smooth. I was advised to change the transmission after getting two or three opinions. I have changed the transmission and still the problem exists, mechanic also changed mounts (used) but still problem is there. Asking for advice. thanks,

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You should check and make sure transmission vacum is hooked up if not that timing may be out
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I am trying to understand your problem. Check engine mounts. Have a driver in the car, hood open. Start car, foot on brakes, shift from park to reverse and back again. Shift through all gears, look for unusual engine movements around engine mounts area. Left foot on brakes, press gas in drive and reverse;watch for excessive engine movements. Be careful as you perform these steps. You may also want to check drive axles. Keep me updated.

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