Why Does My Car Vibrate When Accelerated?

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Your engine vibration on acceleration can have numerous culprits including worn tires or an engine mount which is lose or broken. Vibration noises can be produced by nearly all parts of the car since nearly all components are rotating parts.
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It could be your motor mounts (usually always slightly vibrating the car, especially when accelerating) or most likely not aligned/damaged driveshaft on rear wheel drive vehicles.
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Speed-sensitive vibrations are usually caused by tires that are out of balance, out of round, have flat spots or bulges in the sidewalls or are damaged in other ways. A bent wheel
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The cause for your strong vibrations
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Its a FWD car so i would have to say it may be the ball joints, or maybe a problem with 1st and/or 2nd gear in the transaxle. Take it into a mechanic( Try a Transmission Specialist)
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