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My toyota echo is shaking while idling. what could it be?

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SOURCE: engine shakes when in drive

the idle speed may be to low, you may have loose or worn engine mounts, or you may have a faulty iac sensor and the engine may not have reach operating temp

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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