That was the first sign of PCV issues on my 2012.
True, but if this is only happening in "D" and not in "M", that points to a transmission problem.Rpm stumble can also be bad plugs, not sure if this was already meantioned. But an intermittent misfire can cause this an sometimes not trip the MIL light right away
Try a purge valve. Common problem, easy and cheap to replace, and often shows up with more gas in the tank in hot weather or just after a fill-up.I'm experiencing something similar with my 2014 Cruze LT 1.4L Turbo that has 79,000 miles on it. I've only owned the car since August 2020 and this started happening once the weather turned warmer around April. I had a leaky water outlet, so I replaced that only to have the thermostat start to leak a month later. I've replaced the thermostat as well and still shakes. I wasn't expecting either to fix the shaking, but hey, why not hope for something silly positive?
The car starts to shake about 3-5 seconds after coming to a stop with my foot on the brake and car in Drive. Sometimes the shaking is mild, sometimes it vibrates like a massage chair with a V8. If I flip it into Manual, it stops. Once the tank gets under about a quarter tank the car shakes less.
I've tried having the A/C on and off, no difference.
I've tried having the heat on and off, no difference.
No check engine light.
There are times it doesn't shake and times it does shake. I'm hoping it's plugs or ignition coil because the clutch plate option seems pricey.
Sure hope it's not the clutch plate, that's probably more work than I can do in my parking lot, lol.Try a purge valve. Common problem, easy and cheap to replace, and often shows up with more gas in the tank in hot weather or just after a fill-up.
However, knocking it into manual does point towards the clutch pack issue. That puts it back "in gear" rather than netural mode in Drive at a stop.
I'm hoping Clutch Plates are not the issue. That seems costly. I did notice recently that it's not the A/C being on that causes the shaking/trembling. It starts happening with the fan being turned on and gets worse if I use front/rear defrost. I thought it was just the A/C, but seems that's not the only contributor. What a weird thing.In my case, the dealer replaced the cluck pack and it made no difference. It is still doing the same thing as before. But when the AC is ON, I don't have that issue. I replaced the coil pack, all coolant pipes, valve colver, intake manifold and spark plugs since I posted here, and this issue remains. I read somewhere it might be the brake pedal sensor but I never figured out how to recalibrate it nor replace it.