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Abs brakes
Vabraiting of the car when stating moving(gear one)
Front left Bidding and two front Safety Belt

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Well it seems your plate and disc are weak . this must happen mostly when you are releasing your leg from the clutch pedal. b ut if the vibration continue while moving either your engine or gear seats need attention

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