it might be a broken motor mount. there are two mounts located towards the bottom of the left and right side of the engine make sure you are getting spark to all cylinders. (check for Misfiring)
Check the motor mounts.
My guess would be wheel balance.
There are several things that can cause your 1995 Chevrolet Blazer to shake when accelerating. Bad spark plugs and spark plug wires can cause the vehicle to shake. Tuning up the engine may eliminate the problem.
Cylinder misfire. Possibly failed or failing engine mounts.
Sounds like you blew a cylinder in the engine.
It's almost always warped rotors.
YES it can, but the engine would vibrate and shake if it did.
.039 to .045-----i preffered .041 it seemed to make the engine shake less. but its hard to get them to run nice and smooth. your engine might be different , i did several gap ranges . .041 worked for me, ran fairly smooth.
Im not familiar with this car but it is likely to do with the engine wobbling due to lower than usual idle speed of the engine or a misfiring cylinder. Also if this vehicle has auto transmission and air-con are factors to be considered. For example, if this has auto transmission and it is kept in "D" whilst stationary, there will be load on the engine, which at idle speed can mean that the engine slows to a point where it "wobbles" with every piston stroke almost. The same will apply if air con is used when idling. If there is a misfire on any of the cylinders this can often be accompanied by a loss of power.
most likely one of your two coils are bad
Possible broken motor mount(s) Can also be cylinder miss, or vacuum leak.
If the check engine light is blinking , that means a cylinder misfire has been detected
Due to the fact balancing the engine would be impossible. It would shake itself to pieces if it ever ran. It would be very heavy, shake the car apart and have no torque
bad tires, wheel alignment , bad tierod ends, start with tires may just need balanced...its the cheapest
either the idle is set too high or your timing is advanced too far.
if this happens at a certain speed it's probably the alignment of the tires.
Try checking your engine mounts and bolts. On my Engine was it a misfire condition,the sparkplugwire from cyl #6 came loose I have a 96 Camaro RS 3.8 L.The other time it was a small Vac Line by the Throttle body,that caused a bad shake
Is it a 4 cylinder? Sometimes a 4 cylinder engine will shake a little extra when the AC is running and it's at an idle. You might be able to step up the idle a little extra but 4 cylinder engines are notorious for shaking when the AC is running.
The flashing engine light indicates a severe engine trouble code, for example constant engine misfire. If you pull the code with a reader, you will most likely pull up misfire on at least one cylinder.
bad engine mounts
Because it's not yet "dead". An engine is designed to turn at a minimum amount of RPMs under that level the engine is not balanced and shakes. For the brief period after you shut off the engine the cylinder chambers are not getting the optimal amount of fuel for proper combustion until they get no fuel and the engine stops.
Miss or vacuum leak.
Bad engine cushions can make the engine shake. bad spark plugs cause malfunction as the car starts running.
Most definitely. Any miss will cause the engine to shake. A vacuum leak will also cause this.
Many things could cause an engine to shake. One, for example, would be low coolant or oil levels.