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Car runs rough at 2100 rpm (cruising speed 100km)

When I drop or increase my accelaration and its reaches 2100 rpm it runs really rough what could this be - thanks

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    Sally Butler Nov 25, 2013

    ok I checked them they were fine but, I just went and revved it up to about 5000rpm whilst it was in neutral and it still runs rough at around 2100 - 2200 by rough I mean vibrates violently shaking the engine in an abnormal way?

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