Your front brake rotors are warped. Have them turned or replace them along with the brake pads. This is caused by too much hard braking making the rotors get too hot and being warped by the excessive heat.
also see if your out of alignment (drive on a straight road no handed) your camber might be out.
it could also be a bushing on our Power Steering control arm, you can find it by tracing the black bar that leads from your wheel housing to behind your engine, just jiggle the bar a bit an if it moves and makes a metal on metal noise then that's most likely what it is. its a twenty dollar part and it is simple to fix and very very common.
your upper tie rod bushings could be worn out in which case they are fairly easy to replace.
If your car shakes while underway, your tires have worn incorrectly from misalignment. If it shakes while in park or not moving, your engine is misfiring.
If used correctly you may lose weight while taking diet shakes, but only if used in place and not along with meals. These shakes are considered by many as sugary milk shakes.
Drive shaft is going out
yes. I think
No, a Stratus engine sits transverse, while the Intrepid sits front to back.
No, if you drink protein shakes and dont work out.. That protein will turn into fat. The reason people eat protein while working out is because they want that fat to turn into muscle. I suggest you workout while drinking protein shakes or dont drink the shakes at all.
if it shakes while your braking your front roters could be warped or if it shakes while your driving try balancing the tires at a tire shop.
Check your motor mounts.
Its either timing or fuel intake problem.
they ate apples and had shakes
engine rubber mounts or timin out