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The most common cause for this problem is wheel balance and alignment.

Posted on Oct 17, 2010

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Some of the engines have a part called a manifold runner. This part is like a 2 position shutter. When it sticks, the high speed chamber can be open at low speeds in error. This causes the engine to run faster. The part may need to be removed to clean or an attaching/operating assembly may be stuck.

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2000 Chevy Impala 3.8L- While driving at a constant speed the transmission will shutter or flutter between RPM's. If I back off the gas, the shuttering will stop likewise if I step it down, shuttering...


If it does it only at highway speeds...over 40 mph or so....you could have a lock up torque converter issue. (This locks up electrically for overdrive) Dissable the overdrive and see if it will go away. (drive it in 3rd, if you have a 4 speed) (Or tap the brake, this will dissable it also)

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COOLANT IN PCM


With growing fuel costs and problems of global warming that are being faced by our planet, automotive industry is trying its best to create cars and engines that are more fuel efficient. In a recent news release Chevrolet unveiled the working of The Air Shutter system which is going to be used in the much awaited Chevrolet Cruze Eco model giving it a decently good fuel economy of 40MPG or 17 kmpl.

Air Shutter System Working Greg Fadler, aerodynamics engineering group manager at Chevrolet and his team developed The Air Shutter system to make 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Eco one of the most fuel efficient small cars on the market achieving almost hybrid like fuel economy without the Hybrid cost and maintenance. This was achieved by using commonly used techniques of reducing overall weight and ride height to provide it the aerodynamic benefit. chevrolet+cruze+eco+air+shutter.gif
The real innovation is the front grill which has an automatic shutter system that senses wind flow and temperature conditions with sensors which, are connected to small electric motors that open and close the shutter as and when needed. When the car is moving at slow speed (city driving) the shutters open to provide maximum air flow to the engine for cooling thus, reducing radiator power consumption. The shutter remain closed during high speeds (highway driving), providing an increase in half a mile per gallon in combined city and highway driving.
The system however doesn't compromise with engine cooling in anyway. The system in fact helps to provide maximum cooing in the worst of conditions with the advantage of increased fuel economy.

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Transmission is shuttering at low rpm. shifts fine when accelerating or decelerating but shutters when cruising at a steady speed


A while back you posted a question about a shuttering problem with your GMC at steady speeds. I am currently having the same issue with mine and can not seem to find an obvious problem. Did you get the problem fixed? If so, do you mind sharing what the problem was? I would appreciate it.

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On high speeds vehichle shiverring sometimes. and on high speed braking also,and dragging to one side,tyre worning out on the outer side of left tyre.


Sounds like you need a brake job (for shuttering when stopping), new tires because of un-even wear, and possibly an alignment (so the next pair of tires don't wear out. While they are checking, they should check the shock absorbers (struts). This is a fairly old car and will likely need stuts and alignment.

If money is tight, look into some used tires. The brake job is not critical until you hear noise. Keep the speed down if you can't afford the alignment and struts.

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Braking, the vehicle shutters. also, whirring noise at low rpm


Could be a fan clutch. It allows the fan to "slip" up to speed and can make a wind noise untill it gets up to speed.

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After high speed driving, slow speed shudder


when it starts to shutter get the car up on a lift and spin the wheels and look and see if there is a wheel bubble.
if the brakes were done recently a binding brake pad can cause some of that.
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Intermittent High Speed Wobble around 50 mph


Have an alignment place check your idler arms & steering links, and tie rods for play, as well as the rest of the front end. that's a dangerous thing to fool around with.

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