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I have a manual 1.8 civic 2012, i noticed that whenever i let go of the gass pedal i can feel the car vibrating, especially in lower gears, now i know that a 4 cylinder engine thats not inline will jump back and forth but i think ita too much, i can feather the gas pedal and i will still feel the engine going back and forth, no clunking or knocking though. I have made a video of the transmission mount during work, maybe someone can tell me if its normal play or should i order a new mount, thanks in advance :)
i think it looks weird at min 2:35
 

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Yeah that does look a bit excessive. When did it start? and do you feel it during startup?
 

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Yeah that does look a bit excessive. When did it start? and do you feel it during startup?
it was like that when i bought it, maybe it got worse after some aggressive shifting and clutch dropping. I dont feel any vibration on start or when i press the gass pedal, only when lifting the foot of the gas
 

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it was like that when i bought it, maybe it got worse after some aggressive shifting and clutch dropping. I dont feel any vibration on start or when i press the gass pedal, only when lifting the foot of the gas
Oh okay. When I changed my detent springs I had to remove a bolt from one of my transmission mounts, after I put everything back I felt a vibration when starting and shifting (releasing gas pedal). Turns out I didn't tighten the bolt enough, went back and torqued it a bit more and the vibration went away.
 
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