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Low dull short hum, vibrating accel. pedal

As I`m driving my car, I get this low dull humming sound that comes, and goes, it produces a slight vibration on my accelerator pedal. Already replaced all the struts, sway link bars, ball joints, brakes, and tires. What else could be causing this? also shifting of transmission is rough. had fluid, and filter replaced, and motor oil, and filter lso replaced. No vaccum leaks, had main intake hose replaced spark plugs, wires, and coil pack are also new.

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Get a data stream run-it shows values of components--private shops do this w factory gear--code reader in partstore will not work----a worn driveshaft can cause this-also bad motormounts-as well as a tired torque converter on trans--dont replace mor parts til a good tech not a dealer confirms-----try unplugn computer cleanin connection to see if thers a change

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