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Vibration when the car's on idle, but the car was hit underneath (front)
1999 Honda Accord

Vibration when the car's on IDLE, but the car was hit underneath (front)

(1999 Honda Accord)
I accidentally hit the car underneath by going on a center median in the middle of a parking lot (it was almost like a sidewalk-but diving the center of the parking lot) and the plastic from the front (underneath)came off and the car has had a vibration when on idle. I accelerate slightly and the vibration goes away-but I have to keep the accelerator down to keep it from shaking slightly. It's not a tremendous amount of vitration but it wasn't there before I hit the car underneath????
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on March 09, 2010
You have a broken motor mount and now the metal part of the mount is contacting the metal portion of the frame area and thats why its vibrating because it usually is insulated by rubber and you can find a repair shop here www.repairpal.com/directory
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on March 09, 2010
You have a broken motor mount and now the metal part of the mount is contacting the metal portion of the frame area and thats why its vibrating because it usually is insulated by rubber and you can find a repair shop here www.repairpal.com/directory
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