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There is an excessive vibration during idle. it disappear when i stepped on the accelerator and increase the rpm to 750rpm. im bit worried of it as it cause my dash to rattle too much.

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Check air filter. may be very dirty or you may have a nest inside of the box causing low air flow into the engine, causing vibration. start there. i have seen cars towed in not running, because they/mice/chipmunk?? had huge nest made out of the carpet underlayment in the air box which is foam and it didnt give the engine enough air to even run , because it was starving for air and car needs air to run. Is the check engine light on?? while engine is running??

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