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Old 03-22-2013, 05:43 PM   #1
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Just got my car back did the clutch and every time I give it a rev I feel the car shake a little it don't sake a lot while I drive or anything. What can it be???
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Possible they didn't line drive shaft up when they installed it
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Possible they didn't line drive shaft up when they installed it
Maybe because there's no clutch chatter or anything just when I rev it to 1,000 that's all will the drive shaft ailment be expensive?
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Can it be the tranny mounts?
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The drive shaft is balance to the tranny I found out the hard way when I changed my tranny mount
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The drive shaft is balance to the tranny I found out the hard way when I changed my tranny mount
We're can I get the mounts?
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I got mine from the local autozone for about $50-$60
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Just got my car back did the clutch and every time I give it a rev I feel the car shake a little it don't sake a lot while I drive or anything. What can it be???
Take it back they did the work make them fix it. Be polite at first and if you don't get satisfaction then get stiff.
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:52 AM   #9
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Like stated above take it back and ask for them to look it over because they might of not tighten something and that's what's causing you're problem.
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