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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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Sounds like it might be trans, if it is shifting rough it is on it's way out...also check motor mounts....

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SOURCE: Noise and vibration above 50 mph

You might have the wheel alignment checked

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could be the pump or injectors or both. while your at it check your fuel tank for rust dirt any thing.

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SOURCE: I replaced the sway bar bushings and end link

Sounds like an Idle arm or pitman arm.

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tranny mount,or drive shaft,also check rear end for leaks and see if its full of gear oil

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SOURCE: vibration when accelerating when you let off gas

Might want to check your motor and transmission mounts.. do this by turning the car on holding the brake and shifting the car into Reverse... with the brake pedal still pressed, try reving up your motor a few times and feel for a thunk noise do the same thing in drive.

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