Ok first off, I haven't been on these forums in three years. I only come on here as a last resort. I have searched for hours and can't find an answer to my problem, so I'm gonna ask the pros. I have a 2000 mustang v-6 and my TOB went out, so I replaced the whole clutch and had to buy a new flywheel, because they said it wouldn't do any good by turning them. Well I didn't have the tool to remove the pilot bushing, so I had to bang it out. I mean I really beat the crap out of it to get it out and finally got it off. Then I replaced everything, took 2 days, but finally got everything together. I went for a test drive and when I turned on the car it shook kinda hard. I thought that after I drive it for a while it would fix itself, but thats not the case. Well to some it all up, the car shakes pretty bad, while just sitting there in neutral it shakes, when in 1st gear it shakes, 2nd gear shakes, 3rd gear shakes. I try and gun it and it sounds terrible and shakes like crazy. I can't think of anything except maybe when I was banging the pivot bushing (not sure the name of it) out, maybe I messed up the harmonic balancer, or maybe the flywheel is defective. I can't think of anything else. Please help me...... One other thing I was thinking about, was maybe it was some sort of vacuum line got disconnected, but I couldn't see any disconnected. Throw any ideas, even if you think it might be dumb, shoot them my way please. Please don't get upset about my screen name, I made this account when I was upset and I was having problems with my car.