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This is a discussion on Idle Rumbling within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Recently I noticed that when I sit in neutral for any period of time (greater than 2 minutes) with the ...

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    Idle Rumbling

    Recently I noticed that when I sit in neutral for any period of time (greater than 2 minutes) with the engine idling, I feel lots of vibration coming from the engine. It's a stock 2004 WRX Wagon, let me know what you all think, Thanks!

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    Obviously my assessment is limited by the fact that I can't experience this vibration myself but if I had to guess, what you are feeling is completely normal for the WRX.

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    I pretty much feel the same. Since I can't feel/hear the vibration, it's probably just the normal WRX vibration.

    Is it accompanied by any kind of noise? Grinding/clunking/knocking? If not, I wouldn't worry about it.

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