Re: [DML] Trans problem-voilent shake
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Re: [DML] Trans problem-voilent shake



I'd check your tranmission mounting brackets. They're hard to come by 
because of a fairly high failure rate but I know Toby has some 
secondhand ones. When one side breaks, the whole engine and tranny 
wobble on their mounts and if you pull off hard, you may well hear a big 
thump as the transmission starts hitting things. Watch your gearstick 
too, it'll probably move with the wobble

Martin

stainlessilusion wrote:

>Hey guys, it's been a long time since I've posted here. I haven't 
>really had the time (5 years to go in the Army). Anyway, my car shakes 
>violently when starting from a dead stop in first gear until about 5-
>10 mph. This doesn't happen in any other gear including reverse and 
>the clutch was replaced recently. So, it's obviously internal-anyone 
>know which part it could be that's causing this? For now I'll just 
>have to deal with burning the clutch a little starting out in second. 
>Thanks all, and happy holidays! -----Dani B. #5003
>
>  
>






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