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Vibrates, where under chassis or engine support or transmission support, where?

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  • melchior kisahali Oct 29, 2012

    I cant tell where exactly does the vibration comes from.. but the whole car vibrates.

  • melchior kisahali Oct 29, 2012

    could be from the transmission ,the last time i sent it to the garage the engine mounting were in good shape

  • Ronald Candia
    Ronald Candia Oct 29, 2012

    ok, try to jack the rear axle of your car then start your your shift it to 3rd gear and run, make sure your car is up the floor, now hear or see where vibrate come from.

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