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Old 06-24-2014, 08:57 PM   #1
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Vibration when go from D -> Park?

Man so I got home from work today and when I pulled into my garage when I put it in park with my foot firmly on the brake I felt a vibration when it went I to park.. I have never felt this before.. This is new.. I then did a little trial.. And went from P->D and back and every time I was in drive and put it Into P the car vibrated pretty noticeably.. Is this normal?
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Man so I got home from work today and when I pulled into my garage when I put it in park with my foot firmly on the brake I felt a vibration when it went I to park.. I have never felt this before.. This is new.. I then did a little trial.. And went from P->D and back and every time I was in drive and put it Into P the car vibrated pretty noticeably.. Is this normal?
My car does the same and is the RPM, whenever you shift from D to P you feel the vibration, if you look at the RPM you will see that when you shift it drops and that why the car vibrates.

I reseted the car and the re learned the RPM parameters but still it vibrates lol I believe thats normal :p
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Man I thought I broke my car some how lol.. That vibration is new though.. It's weird.. I might still take it in for a look
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Man I thought I broke my car some how lol.. That vibration is new though.. It's weird.. I might still take it in for a look
Yeah is really weird lol I haven't take mine for a look but I will probably.

Let me know what the dealer say
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Mine does that as well from time to time. Also curious what dealer says. I was gonna ask next time I stop in there.


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I have appointment for this Saturday.. My only day off lol I'll keep you guys posted
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I have appointment for this Saturday.. My only day off lol I'll keep you guys posted
Putting down too much hp with the new headers lol
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Putting down too much hp with the new headers lol

Lol I love my car after those headers.. I can feel the low end torque it was worth every penny! I talked to a guy over the phone and assured me it's normal but that I could bring it in for inspection still lol.. I am thinking bout getting the throttle body next.. Just for the faster throttle response..
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Just noticed my car also does the same time to time
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