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2009 toytoa tacoma 2.7 lt rear wheel drive shake on ideal while in gear

Hi i have a 2009 tacoma when it warms up and i put in gear it vibrate on stop sign if I took ou of gear it donot vibration ideal. Other issue I have it grind and hesitate on quick acceleration and stumble in park when accelerate over 6000 rpm what can cause this problem thx for the help

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Hi thx for replies well all the spark plugs changed and tuned up .tyres wheel are balanced , motor mounts and exuast checked nothin weak or hitting any other suggestion pl thx

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1st things first. What fault codes do you have in memory from the diagnostic port? Buy a code reader and check that.

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    paul Apr 11, 2014

    it have a sluggish pick up too i changed air filter sprk plug nothing improved

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    paul Apr 16, 2014

    2009 tacoma 2.7 access can vibrate an kind of grind then take off slowly

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SOURCE: vibration when accelerating

You may need to have tyres balanced and wheel alignment done.

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SOURCE: Vibration on the floor underneath gas pedal

I would venture to say your exhaust is hitting your frame, or, you may need new motor mounts. The exhaust is what I would lean toward. If you can imagine your exhaust sitting under your vehicle, and the fact that the vehicle has a little age, the motor mounts probably give a little, causing the motor to move slightly on acceleration and deceleration, thus your exhaust is going to move, and may be vibrating on whatever its touching. Good luck.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Hesitation or stumble during acceleration

take your car for a tune up
if they are carburetor type motors you may need your carbie cleaned and a tune up
if you clean it your self with carbie cleaner it may increase in idle speed this is nothing to worries about it is a simple adjustment
with a carburetor type motor they tend to idle higher when their cold this is the automatic choke kicking in and normally it should happen till the car is a bit warmer and the accelerator has been depresses
although a car should idle at 800 rpm my paddok car dose when it is cold it idles at 1200rpm i like it this way as the car warms up quicker as i will not drive a car while it is cold
hope this helps
ricko

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SOURCE: I accelerate my 2000 neon, and it vibrates and get grinding noise

Check the front drive axles and boots. A bad cv (constant velocity) joint can cause this.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: F150 2003 5.4L Vibration throughout truck with acceleration

When you say "throughout" that would indicate that it is coming from the rear of the truck..

There could be a number things causing this..

It could be a bad tire or a broken belt on a tire..
A test for this is - roll along at 3 miles per hour.. If you feel a wobble - that is probably a broken belt in a tire..
Or maybe even a bent axle..

It could be a bad universal in the drive shaft..

It could be a broken shock/strut or mount or both..

Best of luck !

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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no posts on this old post. but no year, so .... as an example
to others posting, NO year?, NO answers.
but... here you go.
NOISE MOVING, ONLY !: (dangerous tests)
NO noise , in neutral, guning throttle like mad man.
or doing same in drive, all brakes set, wheels chocked,
DO the FSM A/T trannny Stall test. 5seconds max !, at 0MPH this puts full load on most the parts, MAKE NOISE NOW?
moving.....
cutting the engine , depends? in neutral? or coasting in gear.
risk 2, accidentally hitting park doing the test.
risk1:
selecting neutral and cutting the key (danger if the steering locks ) do so only off road, and no people about, no turns., no cliffs, no trees, no rocks. (flat desert or parking lot, at early hours..etc.)
Safety first.....
"and it goes off."<<< meaning the noise stops? key off?
btw:
the wheel bearing are under full load, now.
in turns the wheel bearing are under more load (huge in fact)
and the CVs run all the time.
but, if goes off means. no sound , it can be. (sure not wheel bearings)
1: exhaust parts, rattling. (running)
2: engine noise. (lots of possible) , but see test above.
3: A/T trans noise (its A/T right?) bad front, A/T pump? or TC?
or 150 other vastly complex A/T parts. bad.
when coasting , the CV do turn all the rear planetary gears ( and axle gears)
so they are not bad, as the quiet sound ending , proves.

keep in mind most parts, under torque love to make noise.
so cutting the engine, cuts most that torque, and hides the bad parts, with silence.

i use and remote electronic ear to find moving noise.
electronic stethoscope.
it has small microphones that clamp to suspected parts.
this removes most the danger in testing.

good luck finding it, if it still makes noise.


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