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I have a Mazda 3 1.6i 77kw. Changed the clutch recently. When at stop light the body of the car and steering wheel shakes. Also, when in first gear , when i push the gas and release the clutch the car

1.6 engine, 105 CP , 77kw

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  • yadayada
    yadayada Mar 26, 2014

    Is the engine misfiring? Do you have a check engine light on.

  • Cosmin Dinca
    Cosmin Dinca Mar 26, 2014

    Nope. It is not misfiring. No engine light on and no oscilating rpm at idle. Just hood vibration at idle which is also felt in the steering wheel. Also, when acceleratin in first gear, it has a hesitation/trepidation which is really anoying in traffic.

  • yadayada
    yadayada Mar 26, 2014

    I would recommend that you replace all the engine mounts.

  • Cosmin Dinca
    Cosmin Dinca Mar 26, 2014

    I replaced no. 1 engine mount , and transmision engine mount and the problem is still there. It may be because of the hidraulic passanger side? Or a vacumm leak?

  • Cosmin Dinca
    Cosmin Dinca Mar 26, 2014

    Hydraulic engine mount is not leaking and the rubber looks ok.The car has been used for 41.000 km.

  • Cosmin Dinca
    Cosmin Dinca Mar 27, 2014

    Maybe missalignment of the motor mounts?

  • Cosmin Dinca
    Cosmin Dinca Apr 07, 2014

    Hi. Thx for reply. The pressure plate and clutch bearing (including its fork) were changed.The flywheel, alltough, was not changed. I ve found that my slave cylinder is leaking. Today will be changed on warranty.

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That is what we called dragging when you replace the clutch did you check the pressure plate? it tends to worn the plate with the lining so when you replace the lining it touches an uneven surfaces thats why it hesitates if its not too late when replacing the clutch include the pressure place release bearings and all the knick knacks that goes with so you'll a have a trouble free clutch

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I have been searching for a possible culprit on this and found the the WHEEL BEARING (inside the wheel hub assembly if I'm not mistaken) could be at fault. At low speeds you will feel/hear a sounds that seems to me coming from your tires (as if you had a flat, but you really don't) and it can cause vibration at higher speeds.

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