Q: Why my car randomly shakes on start up.

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My car recently went to the shop due to my car shaking at random times. The shop had found that an engine cylinder coil needed to be replaced. The shop had replaced the coil and the car ran perfect after that, but now my car is shaking again. Can it be that my coil needs to be replaced again? What are my options as of now.

My car has 32000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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