Q: Vibration when driving at 20-40 mph

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When driving at 20-40 mph it feels like I'm going over ripple strips. Like a vibration. So I just had my transmission rebuilt. I'm starting to feel slight vibrations again

My car has 74600 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

If you are feeling vibrations in the drivetrain when only going 20 to 40 miles then the problem is inside the transmission. If you just had the transmission rebuilt then take it back to the rebuilder to diagnose the problem since you should be under warranty.

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