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In cold weather engine/car vibrates

I live in Chicago. This is the 2nd winter I've had this car and the pattern is, it only vibrates in the winter. It didn't vibrate during the summer. The engine runs smoothly but the whole car is vibrating, if that makes sense. Recently replaced parts include; altanator, water pump, battery, spark plugs and wires.

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    2002 Town car. During this winter after the engine is running I will hear a clunk near the rear of the engine.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Vibrates whole car while you are driving at slow speed starts back when you let off gas then accelerate

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