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94 jeep wrangler

Shimmies during normal acceleration in first gear, like clutch is "grabbing" clutch seems to be fine and no noise from throw out bearing. If I increase throttle on take off it seems less of a shimmy, if slightly moving it work fine any suggestions? thanks

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  • dman346 Oct 23, 2008

    That was it thanks a heap!

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    car shimmies hard when I depress the clutch when gear is engaged it stops then starts to shimmy then stops

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Your transfer case mounts above the skid plate are bad or loose.

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