Question about Car Audio & Video
I feel that it could be the tension pully. It holds the belt tight so it doesn't squeal while it goes around the other pullys. You said that on idle the car shakes...do you mean the engine shakes? If that is the case...the best suggestion is to check out the engine mounts an see if the rubber bushing(s) are gone. If they are ok...then I would bring it to my mechanic an ask them for a free diagnosis....an ask them how much it would cost an what is the problem. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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