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Today, while I was pulling into my friend's driveway, I noticed my front lights vibrating in the reflection on the garage door. Both were visibly shaking, espeically my front left one. My first thought was that the lighting fixture was loose because I was backed into a few weeks ago, it was at a fast speed but enough to do some minimal damage.

What do you guys think? :???:
 

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I have a 99 tip that I just changed the front mount, and my front left head light reflector vibrates in the housing.

So far I have installed a new front mount but still have the vibration(especially with a/c on)

I am going to change both motor mounts today or tommorow

if that does not cure my vibration problem then the next item on the list will be the tranny mounts.
 

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Year of car: 2001.5

Number of miles: 28,200


manual or tip: Tip

I have a 99 tip that I just changed the front mount, and my front left head light reflector vibrates in the housing.

So far I have installed a new front mount but still have the vibration(especially with a/c on)

I am going to change both motor mounts today or tommorow

if that does not cure my vibration problem then the next item on the list will be the tranny mounts.
Thanx phantom GLI :thumbup:
 

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Rock I changed the motor mounts on saturday afternoon it took me about an hour and a half.

Here is is what I found

The car still has a vibrabration with the a/c but it has been cut in half the reflector does not vibrate as much as it did before.

So I will change tranny mounts as soon as I receive them then I will let you know the scoop.
 
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