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What causes your 1988 Chevy beretta to virbrate while in drive with brake applied engine running?

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2005-10-10 06:11:41
2005-10-10 06:11:41

IT COULD BE A WORN ENGINE MOUNT. TO BE SURE, PUT YOU CAR IN GEAR PRESS THE BRAKE APPLY THE E-BRAKE AND ACCELERATE THE CAR IF YOU FEEL THE SAME SHAKING IS YOUR ENGINE MOUNTS. (BE Careful)

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