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Old 04-03-2002, 10:38   #1 (permalink)
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Problem with car

Hey all my mates crapadoore, has developed a problem. I was in his car yesterday and when he was driving at 80 his car sometimes started to vibrate. Its wasnt a lot of vibration you could hear and feel it. He gave it some gas, revs stay where they were on the revmeter then jumps 500 rpm and the vibration stops. He didnt know hat it was but he thought it would of either be the diff or transmission. It kind of feels like when having a manual car in too high gear, the engine cant get the revs up and it starts vibrating. Not as severe but fairly similar, any suggestions why it does this?

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Old 04-03-2002, 14:29   #2 (permalink)
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Hmmm

Is it an old car??

Check engine mounts. Had the same problem with an old Pulsar. Car started to virbrate at 80 and wouldn't get past that speed.

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Hmmm

Is it an old car??

Check engine mounts. Had the same problem with an old Pulsar. Car started to virbrate at 80 and wouldn't get past that speed.

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it does get past 80 tho, you just have to put a bit of gas into it. But it does hasitate a bit while it vibrates.
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are you sure just had the thing serviced and they said nothings wrong with it.
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Hmmm

Is it an old car??

Check engine mounts. Had the same problem with an old Pulsar. Car started to virbrate at 80 and wouldn't get past that speed.

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its a 95/96 VS Exec?
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Could be tailshaft centre bearing, common problem with Commies. Tin of petrol and a box of matches will fix prob....
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