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This is a discussion on car makes noise when i shut engine off within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hey guys, my car recently started doing this, after i shut my engine off, the car shakes not like extremely ...

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    car makes noise when i shut engine off

    hey guys, my car recently started doing this, after i shut my engine off, the car shakes not like extremely violently but noticiably and it makes a noise , it sounds like a noise a urethane bushing makes when its loose like a squeeking type noise or something like that, could it be my intake?? cuz i just put i aem cai in it.
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    Hmmmm that's a good one. Honestly that's what my CAI sounds like on my civic when i shut her down. I think it's just that last "breath" of air your hearing.

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    That shaking is most likely from the engine moving. The boxer engine moves A LOT. Try looking at your block while someone turns your car on, its pretty cool
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