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Vibration as you pick up speed,checked tires allready , seems to be coming from the automatic transmission.

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  • Ali Auto Aug 14, 2008

    My daughter had the same problem with hers. My husband thought it was the plugs and cleaned and replaced the worn ones. It ran fine afterwards but recently it did the same thing and got worse. She was on the road when it slowed on it's own, down to 25mph..but the RPMs on the dash jump at the same time. It was reving on it's own without speeding up. We are really hoping it's not the trans. It's an automatic. She has one year of college left, works and goes to school and doesn't qualify for aid. We hope it's something cheap othewise it's back to the bank again.

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Have you checked your U-joints? These will give a vibration thru your drive shaft that will feel like the transmission.

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