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Transmission vibrations to heavy shaking between 30-45 mph

2000 mit montero sport. 98000 + miles. started shaking and vibrating as it shifts between lower and higher gears. around 30-45 mph.after it shifts into high it smooths out and at normal driving speed it drives smooth and once in motion dosen't seem to react like this if I fall to lower speed then back up.

It seems only to happen from a stopped position. At times it vibrates longer than other times. While towing a boat the other day (small whaler) it was noticably more pronounced. I checked trans fluid while warmed up and it seems good and at the right level. I put a little bit in just in case(2 ounces at the most) and felt no changes in preformance.

thanks, scott

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    one thing is for sure u need to take this to a shop and have it looked at before it strands u, and it will.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    the drivers wheel vibrates while in drive and is smooth while driving and in park

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This requires a lot for work and tools,I'd take it to a local transmission sop and have it checked out before you EMB up in a real pickle,Andy Master Mechanic at Chevy dealership.

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Tranmission mount is broke change it before it breaks your motor mounts.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

  • worf102 Jul 31, 2011

    I know I have to replace the Tranmission Mount but How do I replace the Mount on My 2000 Galant. Do I use the standard lift the car on jack stands then Jack up the the powertrain by placing a block under the oil pan then lift slightly with the jack and at that point there is a long brace under the tranmission before I can get to the tranmission Mount can I take this brace off and will the tranmission hold with the jack under the oil pan? Please give me aqn Idea of how to do it not just to do it.
    Jim Fox
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