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This is a discussion on Shaking on nearly new WRX within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by 06wrx4me Mine used to shake, but since being protuned, and upgrading all my transmission mounts, I don't ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06wrx4me View Post
    Mine used to shake, but since being protuned, and upgrading all my transmission mounts, I don't feel it anymore. I used to attribute it to a glitch with the stock ECU programming.

    What are your mods? BOV?

    I have zero mods on my car, the person that owned it before me didn't do anything to it and I've only had it a week.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jebus View Post
    3rd flat 4 engine... as in you rode motorcycles? Honda only puts flat 4s in its bikes. The civic/accord/other cars are Inline 4 cylinder engines. Much different setup. This is nothing like your Honda. Think of your Civic and Accord engine as 4 vertical (llll, as an example) cylinders while the Subaru's flat 4 setup as more of an H (although not exactly).

    Anyways, mine gets the shakes every once in a while at idle, but its not bad at all... just a small rumble and its gone.
    Yea I have no idea what I was thinking, I knew that but yea, must not of gotten enough sleep
    2007 Impreza WRX Limited Sedan

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    to pile on, my 03 wagon shudders at first, and when the rpm's drop when the cooling fan kicks in or I put a load on the batt.
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