It happened to my Mazda/98, After i changed the engine mount, No more shaking.
I had bad shaking when idling in park or at a stop light. I replaced the timing belt and got the cams retimed. After that it was good.
put a good tune up on it if that dont work try addjusting ur ur timing it might be set to low
you most likely have warped brake rotors
might have misaligned or loose wheels
the cuase of this is ussaully worped rotars
Could be a problem with your torque converter
Cylinder miss, broken motor mount, or vacuum leak.
Engine miss or rough idle, or broken motor mount
rubber bushings in motor mount worn
Cylinder misfire. Possibly failed or failing engine mounts.
The engine of the car may need to be cleaned or your oil may need to be changed.
IAC could be the culprit http://www.ford-trucks.com/article/idx/0/170/article/Ford_Explorer_IAC_Fix.html
What causes the dashboard light to stay on after your car has been turned off? 1994 Buick Century.
have front suspension checked
Normally this is caused by a tire out of balance or a bent wheel.
I have 98 4 cyliner automatic Toyota Camry. When I'm coming to a red light, and when I'm braking, the car begins to shake, and the shake doesn't stop even when the car is stopped. Howeverif i switch the transmission from drive to neutral, the car stops shaking. If I switch back to Drive or reverse, it car starts to shake again. What could be wrong?
possibilityThe car is out of alignment or you have a wheel out of balance.
i would really like to know myself
because the alignment is off Warped or out of round brake rotors/drums.
physics involved,to keep it simple roters. 65;
Normally a bent wheel or tire out of balance.
Headlights,interior lights stop working.checked all fuses. I would suspect the headlight switch and/or the electrical connection at the headlight switch is faulty.
The car has a problem with the engine. My first and probably correct guess would be a blown head gasket. The symptoms are exactly what you mention.
hi does the car only do it in drive if you put it into another gear does it keep doing it? Also does it do it when the headlights are on?
My 92 PA had a similar problem. At low engine speeds it would shake pretty bad. It turned out to be the harmonic balancer. You can easily check this by looking at the front end of the engine. It is the pulley that drives all the belts. If the rubber has deteriorated, it could be the cause of your problem.
Normally this is caused by a warped rotor. Have your brakes inspected and rotors turned or replaced.