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Unhappy 1999 Mustang V6-Vibration at Idle

Hey guys I've been having vibration at idle in my 99 V6. It stops when I accelerate or when I put it in neutral or park. Sometimes it will just gradually go away when I'm a stop light, only to return moments later. Any thoughts? I'm guessing it has something to do with the transmission. She runs fine and has 100k miles, but oil has been changed and just changed the spark plugs.


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this is a long shot but mine had a slight vibration when i first got it b4 it died and it was the exhaust i replaced the hangers and it went away dont know how but it did

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Check for any vacuum leaks too
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this is a long shot but mine had a slight vibration when i first got it b4 it died and it was the exhaust i replaced the hangers and it went away dont know how but it did
I have been having the same problem. Where do you remember how much the hangers were?



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