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Why would a 1999 Isuzu Trooper shake at stop lights?

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2011-09-13 17:14:23
2011-09-13 17:14:23

I just want to clarify the problem. When it's cold it runs fine no problems shifts fine and everything is good , byt after about 25-30 of driving is when the problems begin.Wen I'm stepping on breakes and near the stopping speed my front end starts to shake and the same at take of speed near 2-3 mph and same at full stop trans in drive. When i shift to neutral and break i do not have any problem. Please let me know what you think.

if a automatic tranny is low on fluid it can cause what you are talking about.

if the shaking is when you are on the breaks than most likely it means you have bad rotors wich are the metal discs your brake pads grab onto to stop your vehicle. through time they get warped hence creating a woble when the pads are touching them. getting your rotors "turned" is cheap to do, turned meaning they machine them to a smooth surface again. if they are old just replace them.

also check your motor mounts. if those are bad even a smooth running vehicle will shake.

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