Think of the last time that you had a tune up done. This sounds like a mis-fire problem. Try replacing your spark plugs, preferably not Platinum..because you cannot gap them, and have to use their gap. Bad experience with them. Replace spark plugs, wires, maybe distributor cap & rotor. If this doesn't fix the problem, listen for any vaccuum leaks, or check your PCV valve, and PCV valve hose. Sometimes they get pinched, and crack.. and doesn't take the fumes out of the block to get reburned. Could be lacking oxygen, check your air filter as well. What kind of vehicle (cylinders) is it? And does it happen when it's cold, hot, or both?
A failed cv shaft or a broken motor mount are most likely.
definant possibility. with a broken motor mount, the engine will lift up during acceleration thus causing vibration.
lack of oil
Debris in the hoses or reservoir could cause the motor to overheat. Also, running the pump without fluid could do the same.
The thing that could cause a knocking noise in your car is the same thing that could cause it in all cars A rod that or a flat lifter. it all really depends on where the knock is if its higher and to the back of the motor, it could be a motor mount
could be the resistor on blower motor is bad
Could be the starter relay
It could.It could.
Freeze plug at the rear of the motor. Between the transmission and the motor.
You have a misfire. Check the coil packs. If the first answer don't help also check your spark plugs and check your motor mounts and if that not it get you exhaust checked or do a compression test.
if the motor is turning then it could be off the track or a gear might be stripped.
If overload is not the cause, then high temperature could be caused by blocking the cooling of the motor.
There could be two separate problems. Check the blower motor resister, and the ABS sensors for problems that could cause this.
not usually. warped rotors will cause a vibration during braking.
the motor could pre-detonate or "knock" that can cause damage
A busted motor mount, for one.
A loose engine mount would not normally cause the engine to fall out because each car has several motor mounts. A loose mount could cause the motor to be off of balance.
common cause is the wiper motor. Could hotwire it to see if it works or not. If not that then could be the multifunction switch.
can be the heater blower motor resistor located in either the ductwork or under hood near blower motor on firewall
It could possible that you broke a motor mount. Depending on whether the vehicle takes any abuse or not. Or it may just be loose.
It COULD be the blower motor, or the evaporator could be plugged up with dust.
could cause internal damage to valves and or pistons !
Most likely cause is a failed blower resistor.