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      02-02-2015, 06:44 PM   #1
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Car shakes/vibrate when starting to move

Recently I have been noticing some sound when I start driving, it always happens when I start to move by slowly giving gas, when it is on level ground it doesn't really happen, but it happens a lot when I start to move on a hill, the car shakes (feels and sounds like coming from the front wheels, but I am not sure), making a few clunks, but once I am over say 5-6mph it is gone. I let the dealer checked it and the report says:"customer may have heard loud engine noises " I was like wtf
Do any of you guys experience this, any idea what it might be?
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Car has a "hill start assistant" function to assist in starting off on a slope. Could be an issue with that applying brakes too long? So, no error codes?

The intended function of the hill-start/drive-off assistant is this from the Supplemental Manual:

The drive-off assistant holds the car in
place for approx. 2 seconds after the
brake is released. Drive off without delay after
releasing the brake. Otherwise, the drive-off
assistant will no longer hold the car in place
after approx. 2 seconds and the car will start to
roll backwards.
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If you're car starts to rattle off of first it could be your clutch.
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Car has a "hill start assistant" function to assist in starting off on a slope. Could be an issue with that applying brakes too long? So, no error codes?

The intended function of the hill-start/drive-off assistant is this from the Supplemental Manual:

The drive-off assistant holds the car in
place for approx. 2 seconds after the
brake is released. Drive off without delay after
releasing the brake. Otherwise, the drive-off
assistant will no longer hold the car in place
after approx. 2 seconds and the car will start to
roll backwards.

Thanks for the input, it could be the hill assist, is there anyway to turn it off without coding?
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Today I tested the car again and it shaked violently when I was starting to move on a hill, it did it for a second or so, it feels like the front wheel is on some slippery, bumpy road and the whole car jerks, steering wheel shakes as well, any ideas?
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