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Car vibrations my 2000 dodge neon vibrates when it is stopped waiting for a light and when i am driving. what can be causing the vibration

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Many things check your exhaust 1st then try and tighten all your dash screws if it persists it couldt be a crankshaft bearing if you have a subwoofer and racing exhaust it will definatly loosen all the bolts inside your car after a while

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