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Vibrations


Worn Motor & Transaxle Mounts maybe
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93 Dodge Spirit hit curb Hit curb on back driver side tire. Nothing wrong with tire but right after I hit the curb, my car started to shake and slow down. It turned off completely when at a stop. Oil...


the smoke came from the spilled oil leaking onto a hot surface ( manifold) No problem there. The oil light coming on was probably from the oil surging away from the oil pickup in the sump momentarily allowed the oil pump to suck air hence a drop in oil pressure. To have all that happen, the hit on the curd was substantial. so I thinking bent axle flange and broken engine mounts could explain vibrations and engine shaking

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2007 4.0 pacifica engine mount problems


Have the van put on a car lift and see if any part is "grounding out on the frame or body of the car, this can be bent exhaust parts or broken engine and transmission mounts or broken vibrations insulation pads on the sub frame.

Jun 11, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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While driving something made a popping noise and truck started shaking


sounds like a bad u joint or swing bearing or just something loose in thr drive train

Nov 22, 2011 | 1992 Dodge Dakota

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Speed vibrations and floorboard knocking in 1992 Park Avenue: I don't believe these problems are related, as they began at different times. The first problem is the speed vibrations I get on the...


60mph speed vibrations: have your tires checked. They may be out of balance. One way to tell is to run your hand flat over the tread surface as you go around the tire. other than the space between the treads, you should feel a relatively smooth tire. If you notice raised treads, lumpiness or uneveness in treads then you may need to change tire. Have suspension checked. As for the floor board knock, have your motor and transmission mounts checked.

Aug 26, 2011 | 1992 Buick Park Avenue

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Why does my 1995 honda accord shake when stopec at a red light , but when I put it in neutral it stops


Your motor mounts are bad. When the car is in gear, the engine is connected to the transmission and the engine vibrations are then transmitted to the body and suspension of the car. In neutral, the vibrations are much less since the engine is no longer connected to the transmission and body.

Jul 11, 2011 | 1995 Honda Accord

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The car shakes alot when im on the highway but not in town i was told it was my transmission but i cant afford to not fix it myself can anyone tell me how to fix that


hi, i certianly can't tell you how to repair a transmission over the internet, it requires hours of labor to remove and even more to rebuild, but i will try to give you ideas on how to figure out where the problem lies with simple techniques. first of all, while you are driving at the speeds it make the shake, put the car into nuetral when shaking, if the shaking stops, yes, you may have a transmission problem. if it continues to shake even in nuetral, you more than likely do not have a transmission problem, could be in the suspension or tires, even maybe the axleshafts. now the engine can make a vehicle shake if it is running poorly. it is possible to have a misfire only under heavier loads such as driving on the freeway or at higher speeds. if you have an automatic transmission, put the vehicle in drive, press very hard on the brake pedal, and even put the e-brake on, and give it quick bursts of the accelerator pedal a couple of time, then push it a little to bring the rpm's up to the torque breaking point, like 1500 to 2000 rpm's. now with the engine straining, see if it feels like it's shaking the same way. if so, the problem is in the engine and has to do with drivability parts(ignition, fuel, vacuum). if it is a manual transmission, it won't be able to perform this test. it could even be a broken engine mount or transmission mount. you may have had diagnosed already, but it never hurts to re-check or have second opinion, these steps might help you decide for yourself, that way you can save the next diagnostic fee possibly, good luck.

Jun 30, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Transmission vibrations to heavy shaking between 30-45 mph


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

Jan 10, 2009 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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