HELP My wrx shakes when i go up hills now!!
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    HELP My wrx shakes when i go up hills now!!

    It has started recently when i get the RPMs over 3k the car will start to shake and shudder from the engine area. I have been recently driving a lot thru the mountains and it started after a couple weekends of me doing this. It happens the majority of the time when I am in fifth or sixth gear going thru the mountains or when I have to speed up rapidly going on the on-ramp to the freeways. Any ideas?
    On an additional note I recently had the Clutch changed a couple months ago, so I don't believe that to be the problem.

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    Check you're pitch mount. See if it's loose.

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    Change yer plugs! That's all i got.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cramer View Post
    Check you're pitch mount. See if it's loose.
    This or worn/broken motor mounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruMarine View Post
    On an additional note I recently had the Clutch changed a couple months ago, so I don't believe that to be the problem.
    Shakes? Like this?



    The clutch may not be the problem, but the mechanics may have forgotten something while putting it all back together. I'd check a missing or unconnected pitchstop, which is located directly underneath the TMIC. I could be wrong, but I think this needs to either be unbolted one side or removed for a clutch install.

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    Thanks everyone, I will be getting it checked in the morning. Thank you hopefully getting this checked out won't rape my wallet.

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