The problem would most likely be that some oil got onto some of the engine. I believe there is a special cleaner for that. I have an understanding, that oil on the engine can cause some damage. ??? Oil on the engine will burn and smell/smoke...but won't cause shaking. Driving without the oil cap can lead to all sorts of junk getting into the valvetrain. If enough debris gets in there...you can score/scratch cam lobes, interfere with rocker arms, valves, etc. Excess moisture can lead to water mixing with oil which is never good. Change your oil and inspect the condition of the used oil. Look for water or excess contaminants. Also, open your radiator cap and check your coolant. If it looks milky brown (oil in the coolant looks like coffee) then you have a blown head gasket...definitely worth the time to check.
Yes, either can cause a shake while driving.
You bet it can. A bent or out of balance drive shaft will cause serious shaking. A defective U-Joint will also cause it to shake and is very dangerous.
Yes, when idling and driving.
Many things can cause the steering wheel to shake when you are driving. However, the most common cause of steering wheel shaking is a bent wheel.
I don't know you tell me.
Tire out of balance or bent wheel.
It might be a broken motor mount or transmission mount.
Sounds like a misfire caused by electric supply to plugs.
TRy changing the fuel filter .
It needs an front end alinement or your tires & wheels need rotated
bent wheels or a broken cord in a tire or a deformity in a tire.
check u joints on driveshaft.
Fear can cause your poodle to shake intermittently. Even something as every day as taking a bath can cause a dog to shake if they are afraid of the water. Being happy could also cause a dog to shake, as could being sick or feeling pain.
If you have low air in your tire it might cause your car to shake, also if you don't put air in your tires it may cause it to explode while your driving, It could also be caused by your alignment being off.
Most likely it has unbalanced or bad tire(s). Bent wheel rims also can be the cause.
a bad bearing will cause it to shake, also a rotar or shocks will do the same.
Most definitely. Any miss will cause the engine to shake. A vacuum leak will also cause this.
yes a tire being bad can cause a car to shake but it can also be caused by other things
It could be a stuffed catalytic converter.
I would check the air filter first. If the filter is clean you need to clean the throttle body.
Having a bad rod bearing could cause a truck to make a loud knocking noise and shake when driving at high speeds. The engine having a coolant leak or an engine timing problem could also cause the knocking noise.
Wheel balance, bent rim, bad tire or worn steering components to name a few.
Maybe its your motor mounts.