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Old 12-21-2013, 06:34 PM   #1
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Vibrations/shaking??

My car has been acting weird lately, when I'm at a dead stop and I start to go, my car shakes. It was only every now and again, but now it shakes every time I drive. I thought it was me not giving it enough gas, but I've even tried giving it more gas and it still shakes and vibrates. Does anyone know what it could be?
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Manual?
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Manual?

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I have a similar issue after driving my car a while (through. NYC - a lot of stop and go). I have about 62k miles and it feels like clutch shudder which means I probably need to replace my flywheel at a minimum soon.
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I have a similar issue after driving my car a while (through. NYC - a lot of stop and go). I have about 62k miles and it feels like clutch shudder which means I probably need to replace my flywheel at a minimum soon.

How much would that cost? On average?
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Well, depends on what is being replaced. Flywheel costs about $350-400. Clutch and pressure plate can run about $300. Install will probably run about $1k due to removal of transmission, unless of course you do it yourself.
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Could it be a motor mount?
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I assume that would be rather early for a motor mount to go unless it is over 100k miles.....no?
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I had one break on me at 60k although it was a Honda...all the other (3) broken motor mounts were over 100k so I see what you're saying. I'm just throwing out there as it sounds like what I experienced.

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could be a u joint two piece drive shaft 4 sets of or center bearing
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don't know your mileage though or how you drive it
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I'm starting to have the same problem. 140k on mine although I just got it at 135k.
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Alignment

I just had this same problem. Had it lowered and the alignment wasn't set right so had to get another one. Now there is no shaking or anything. Check the alignment, that might be it.
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Just had this issue with mine. Had two get a new alignment and now its not shaking.

Yeah, it started happening after my neighbor backed into my front fender and onto my tire. He might've screwed up my alignment. I'll check it out this weekend.
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