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Shaking uphill i have a 2003 land rover disco II and today it started shaking as i was going uphill, i couldn't bring it past 30 mph. There was no problem with the car before(yesterday) it didn't turn off.

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    Paul Thoegersen May 11, 2010

    Shaking with a check engine light on? or a wobble in the whole car? did you go through a big puddle? wet ignition may cause this and shoud go away when it dries.

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If this Land Rover has an Automatic transmission or if you are using full time four wheel drive the problem is in the chain driven transfer case. You need a transmission rebuild. 

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