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Old 09-28-2005, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default how come my accord shakes when i shift gear????

i have a 96 accord. when i shift gear at 3k rpm or above, the car shake . and it feels like someone hit you from behind.. why is it like that?? is that because the flywheel is no good... plz help
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Old 09-29-2005, 12:03 AM   #2
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Default Re: how come my accord shakes when i shift gear???? (jli18)

I'm assuming its stick since you said fly wheel and not torque convertor. I believe your clutch is starting to wear out and is starting to slip.
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Old 09-29-2005, 05:50 AM   #3
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Default Re: how come my accord shakes when i shift gear???? (jli18)

Is it almost a bouncy feel to the car, just after you release your clutch?
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Old 09-29-2005, 07:32 AM   #4
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Default Re: how come my accord shakes when i shift gear???? (typhoon)

not to hijack the thread, but i see now point in creating a new one... my 5th gen auto will shake when shifting up at a certain point. somewhere between 50 and 60 mph. it will shudder pretty bad, but if you lightly press the gas it goes awat. when i let off the gas to let the car slow down by itself (lets so at 60), the car has a horrible time shifting. every downshift is jerky, etc... ideas? it's most likely the tranny seeing as it has 220k on it, but theres a small part of me hoping its something else!
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Default Re: how come my accord shakes when i shift gear???? (jli18)

Could also be a tranny mount going bad.
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couldnt it be a motor mount as well?
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couldnt it be a motor mount as well?
Yeah, it could be. I would start by checking all your mounts.
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i just had my clutch replaces during the summer so it shouldn be the clutch
it shakes real bad if i release the clutch fast, i can even hear the sound from the suspension or something. but if i release it slowly, it will grind

i guess its the engine or tranny mount. do u guys kno where to get it done and how much would it cost
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start checking axles too i just fixed the problem with my car because i had a passenger side axle that was binding due to the inner joint being to long
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