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Vibration while idling

I have a 2005 Suzuki Forenza. When I am idling (at a stop light etc) the car vibrates. What causes this?

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  • zill130 Dec 14, 2008

    at idling vibration took it to dealer, they replaced auto trans. elect switch assy, trottlebody air resonator,air by pass hose.- Still the car have the same vibration, the service advisor told me, that I am not used to 4 cylinder car, therefore the vibration is normal, ?

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I have a 2005 . The pcv valve was not working pro[perly. Hot exhaust was entering the oil pan and overheating the oil. The oil was in a crumbly mush in the pan when it was removed. almost 1/2 inch deep. almost had blocked oil pump pickup screen. also remove valve cover and check if oil is draining into lower engine properly. mine had the passages almost blocked that it drained down. I spent hours cleaning the inside of the engine to get all the oil mush out.. seligaautobody.com

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Your engine needs tune up if you havent done this for a long time, also be alert of overheating check your temp gauge next time it happens again on a stop light. be free to comment,

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