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Truck vibration What's causing my 95 Toyota Tacoma to vibrate, especially when excellerating? I had new tires installed, balanced, and new alignment. It doesn't hesitate when revving in neutral.

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Have you made sure its not an engine cylinder.Dodgy H/T lead,spark plug,vacuum leak,It seems to happen when engine is under load.Are your ht leads showing any signs of tracking?

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