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2001 ford mustang at speeds of 35 and 45 it vibrates when changing gears.whats the problem? what sould i do? i've checked fluid and was low added a qt. but still dose it

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Check your engine mounts and transmission mounts and make sure that they are good and strong, if not then you will need to replace them.

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