Absolutely it can! What is happening is when the transmission is trying to unlock the torque converter and downshift to a stop, it isn't coming unlocked, and thus the engine is still locked to the wheels, like not pushing the clutch on a manual. You can avoid this hopefully by putting the transmission into neutral when coming to a stop, or try tapping the gas when the shaking starts to see if you can force it unlocked. See your Jeep or local auto shop to have them look at it. They may possibly need to replace the entire torque converter. . (This is from personal experience with the 32RH Transmission in a 99 Jeep Wrangler)
Could be a problem with your torque converter
sounds like the torque converter is locking up, bring it to a transmission shop.
Ah yes the mysterious shake... As far as I can tell, its the torque converter... Though if that's not your problem, it could always be your idle sensor... Could it possibly be the U-Joints as well?
i think its also like the form of torque by its shake with that of osillating
No. A catalytic converter wont. If its a rear wheel drive, check your drive shaft. Front Wheel drive, CV Joints. Other than that worn steering. Exhaust wont cause this issue.
It could be a stuffed catalytic converter.
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the movement in the rocks dosnot cause the ground to shake?
Yes, either can cause a shake while driving.
bad/partially blocked catalytic converter. - kind of a rotton egg smell, right?
The transmission selenoid/vaccuum module needs checked or perhaps the torque converter is getting bad. A vaccuum leak might do this, also.