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Q: Vibration hust under 2000 rpm while the car is in park

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Vibration hust under 2000 rpm while the car is in park

My car has 57135 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

If your vehicle is vibrating at low RPM, I can think of a couple of possible causes. The first one could be that your ignition system has an issue such as a failed spark plug or ignition coil. The other possible cause would be a worn out motor mount. Ignition issues can cause the engine to run bad and throw it off balance and worn motor mounts can cause the engine to shake literally. I would recommend having a qualified mechanic take a look at your vehicle to inspect for any ignition issues or faulty motor mounts. Once the cause of the issue has been determined, I would recommend having the faulty part replaced to avoid any further issues.

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