yes,if the inner vacuum bladder is cracked it could cause a vacuum leak,this could cause a problem at idle also.
could be the engine mounts. could because of early detonation, which could be caused by overheating. it also could be a rod knock, which is more likely if it keeps shaking during acceleration and higher rpm's. first thing to check would be if its too hot, watch the temp guage, and make sure it doesnt get too high.
A vacuum leak can cause this problem. Also an incorrect idle could be the culprit. Check these before looking for possible fuel or firing issues.
The year, make, model and engine info would help but in general it could be a vacuum leak or time for a tune up.
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definant possibility. with a broken motor mount, the engine will lift up during acceleration thus causing vibration.
have u had the check engine light checked for the code? if not take it to auto-zone parts house and they check it free. also check for a vacuum leak
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-- With the distance the mass moved and the time it took, all you can find is its average speed during that time. -- If you had its two different distances at two different times, then you could find an acceleration. -- With an acceleration and the mass, you can then find the force on it.
Putting in bad fuel can cause theÊengine to buck during acceleration on a 1999 Dodge Durango. There could also be a problem with the fuel filter or dirty spark plugs.
Some reasons for stalling on acceleration are a vacuum leak, a failing throttle sensor, or a clogged fuel filter. There could also be a problem with the fuel injectors, or a loose or broken wire in the electrical system, or one of a number of other things.