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Transmission jakes when in drive - 1999 Ford Taurus

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Check fluid level and the mounting bracket at the end of the transmission, it could be loose or broken. also, a u-joint will ,make your car vibrate when your driving. if its that, take care of it asap or you will be looking at some expensive repairs...

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