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Q: when i accelerate the stationary car in first gear then car vibrates.

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i have an diahatsu cuore 2006 car ,problem is there is that when i accelerate the stationary car in first gear then car vibrates badly but dnt vibrate in running position even in first gear.

A: Hello. Most of the time this is a drive sha...

Hello. Most of the time this is a drive shaft issue. I would check the coupling joints to see if they are worn out. Most of the time they will be and they will need to be replaced. I have also seen the transmission mount fail on this vehicle which will cause this. A visual inspection of these parts is what will be needed to identify the problem.

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