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Iíve been getting a vibration in my 95 that first started as an exhaust vibration. Now Itís something else. Maybe the transmission? Is this T5 a little too close to the right?

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I’ve been getting a vibration in my 95 that first started as an exhaust vibration. Now It’s something else. Maybe the transmission? Is this T5 a little too close to the right?
No. If it’s coming from down there it might be transmission mount vibrations or the driveshaft.

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When I installed a tubular crossmember, I needed to add a spacer. That may have contributed to the vibration as it appeared to raise the trans a little higher, causing the shifter to touch the body. I took it to a trans shop and they suggested I remove the spacer. I did and the vibration went away. Well, itís back. Iíve been driving around with the opening exposed and its definitely vibrating. They guy at the shop told me that my stock mount looks a little too tall and perhaps the parts store gave me the wrong part. Iíll pull it off again and take it back to compare it with another mount.
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When I installed a tubular crossmember, I needed to add a spacer. That may have contributed to the vibration as it appeared to raise the trans a little higher, causing the shifter to touch the body. I took it to a trans shop and they suggested I remove the spacer. I did and the vibration went away. Well, it’s back. I’ve been driving around with the opening exposed and its definitely vibrating. They guy at the shop told me that my stock mount looks a little too tall and perhaps the parts store gave me the wrong part. I’ll pull it off again and take it back to compare it with another mount.
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