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Toyota Corrolla 1989

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I have a toyota Corrolla 1989, I recently got the automatic transmission oil changed and a major service completed (within the last 2 months). My car is idling to low in drive that it vibrates when im stop at the lights or at the side of the road. Do you know what this could be, as the machanics that I took it to for my service gave me several different reasons but they didnt have a clue in why it was happening and where the problem was coming from.

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Mary s

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The mechanic should check on the Idle and adjust the Idle .the car is vibrating because of the Idle is low and the engine can't do to move very easy .there is low fuel coming from the fuel pump going to the engine.The transmission of the car don't have a problem because of you just change the oil . But the Idle has to be adjusted until the car will not vibrate.

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