1 out of balance front wheels or tires when were they last checked 2 out of round front tires do u hit a lot of potholes 3 worn cv joints does it sound like your engine is knockin while turning and at high speeds?? 4 The motor mount is unlikely but a possibility but what is being described seems more like worn cv joints
It may have broken motor mounts.
My guess would be to look at the motor mounts to see if they are loose or broken.
Kinda sounds like motor mounts. The rubber in the mounts does rotten.
Most commonly a vibration while driving is from a broken belt in one of the tires, but if it's vibrating while sitting still, it's usually from loose motor mounts and/ or a higher than necessary rpm
You probably have bad motor mounts. That's what I've read in other Acura forums
A 1994 Corolla engine may vibrate if the motor mounts need to be replaced. The motor mounts can be purchased at any auto parts store.
Please note that I have 1995 Toyota Tacome LX (V6 3.4L) Automatic Ext. Cab
If the shaking seems less in Neutral or Park, it is probably the motor mounts. Either the mounts are broken or they need to be aligned. Have the shop look at it that did the work, they should be responsible for aligning them if they are not broken.
Yes. Totally! If the engine mounts are bad the whole car will vibrate and run bad. Get it fixed.
check your engine mounts..I am not sure where they are but if you can move the engine with a prybar you need new mounts..they arent to expensive
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The most likely cause is a bad steering rack. The valves inside the rack could be stuck, broken or blocked. You could also have a bad strut(s) or ball joints that are binding the steering linkage. It could also be bad or broken motor mounts. Though less likely, it could be the bearings inside the steering column are binding up, or something pressing against the shaft and keeping it from turning freely. The most likely problem is the steering rack.
There is no fixing broken motor mounts. Replace them with new ones.
Weak or broken mount.
Could be broken mounts.
The first thing I would check for this problem would be your motor mounts. A broken motor mount could allow the engine to twist and turn causing a vibrating sensation.
bad engine mounts... Toyota is known for this.
yes. but not the end of the world. shocks dampen the vibrations of springs. so in your case if you go over a speed bump the truck will bounce up and down on the springs for much longer than usual. this leads to excess wear on springs, steering linkages, and other aspects of the car. its not too bad to drive with broken mounts, as long as your headed to the shop to get them fixed.
It can do that and a lot more damage, if completely broken it can break your radiator,dent your hood, rip harnesses and more so you should definetly replace them.
Check that engine mounts aren't broken.
a Toyota tercel has 4 motor mounts and 2 for the transmission theses motor mounts make your car unstable and they are easily broken
The motor mounts are broken or worn out or you have a broken wavy plate in the transmission.