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    Default Probox engine shakes heavily when i accelerate on Idle?

    Recently purchased a probox, everything is fine, however When I push the accelerator hard on "Parking/neutral" then the engine starts shaking heavily...is this normal for Auto engine or something wrong?
    please let me know soon so that i shud check it by mechanic then.
    everything else seems fine, excellent pick and speed etc, however the gear shifting is little bit jerky sometime, although i have changed the transmission fuel.

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    AOA. Mabrook on your new purchase. Drive safe.

    As you describe the matter you facing. It seems me that its engine foundation is broken. Kindly check and replace that. Then the thing will be fine.
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    there are 4 foundations all in & under engine bay front behind the radiator & near the steering rack is rear 1 - 1 at right next to shock mount bulge 1 at under the left wheel bulge. Check all 4 most likely the rear one over the rack / transmission side one bad - replace set of 2 not just one.
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    This may be happening because of following reasons,


    1. Clogged air filter.
    2. Fuel starvation or over fueling.
    3. Incorrect ignition timing.
    4. Bad spark plug / Ignition system.


    Get it checked accordingly.
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