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Vibration at 3 thousand rpms ?

Hey i have a 1983 porsche 944 and when i get the engine up to 3 grand the shifter vibrates violently and it happens at idle as well brought to a couple of people to no avail any advice appreciated

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    new mounts already :(

  • Gus1234 Apr 15, 2009

    I'm also getting vibration at 3000 RPM....and some rattling from what sounds like the transmission.  Did you figure out what it is?

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I would Check/Replace the Transmission Mounts. That would be the Only Reason that the Shifter would Vibrate this Bad. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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