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Vibration in the drive train - 1986 Toyota Xtracab

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  • tototintin Dec 19, 2008

    i have toyota celica 86 model automatic and the problem is when i'm on the d gear and when it's stop there's a heavy vibration.what should i do?

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    I have a 1993 corolla with the same issue. The dashboard even rattles. Which mount is the likely cause???

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U joints get worn and get play in them causing the drive shaft or drive shafts to become out of balance. Thus causing drive train vibration, also make sure that you flange nuts are properly torqued if they become loose this can cause drive train vibration,

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Could be motor mounts, or transmission mount. How old is this vehicle?

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