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Why does the car shake when driving at low speeds?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Cornelia, Sounds like you may have a possible misfire, replace the plugs and wires if necessary. You may need to have it hooked to a diagnostic scan tool and see if you can isolate a malfunctioning coil as well. Another possibility may be your motor mounts, over time the rubber mounts can soften and cause a vibration at low speeds. AJ Pierce

Donna Burmeister, Service Manager at Classic Nissan You may need to have your tires balanced, or it could be a bad tire. There are many things it could be, you might want to have a qualified technician inspect it.

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