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Vibration when accelerating when you let off gas it stops already replaced tires and ball joints and alignment

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Might want to check your motor and transmission mounts.. do this by turning the car on holding the brake and shifting the car into Reverse... with the brake pedal still pressed, try reving up your motor a few times and feel for a thunk noise do the same thing in drive.

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