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Why is it that when I'm sitting in my base model 202 BMW 1973 and I start to type on my phone my whole hand shakes rattles and I can't see the dam keyboard anymore because it's too shaky? Rumble

Rumble .

Ps garage find removed fluids And managed to drain the old gas out and then after that I've been pretty much driving it around day in and day out to find out what I was fine so far the most aggravating thing is this rumbling in a parked position my stick shift shakes around its a good hand massage when you think about it !thanks

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broken left side subframe where the steering gearbox and left

motor mount attaches? = BAD

motor mounts?

trans mount?

timing is not correct?

valve adjustment


adjust idle mixture and idle speed to the smoothest idle

" DON'T TEXT AND DRIVE " or even while just sitting in your car -

put all electronic devices down. Look at the world around you.


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