YES it can, but the engine would vibrate and shake if it did.
I assume that when you are about to be eaten by a Grizzly, you would indeed shake-up or vibrate...
Unbalanced front wheel.
Out of balance or damaged tire(s). Damaged wheel(s). Engine misfire. These are the three most common culprits.
you may have a broken transmission mount,check it closely.
Many things could cause an engine to shake. One, for example, would be low coolant or oil levels.
Busted motor mount.
Worn motor mounts
Can be a bent wheel, tire out of balance, or worn suspension parts.
possibly a broken or missing engine mount
Most definitely. Any miss will cause the engine to shake. A vacuum leak will also cause this.
Loose motor mounts.
the engine mounts could be bad
check your engine monts you can do this by having someone stand a long side of the car looking at the engine put the car into drive and se if the engine jerks left or right go back and forth to drive and reverse if it moves a lot then your engine mont is bad
Wheel bearings and allignment. Can be tires as well and sometimes even a bad motor mount.
did you find out??? I'm having the same problem
The 1st suspect is an engine "Miss Fire" Requiring investigation and repair. Things like a broken engine mount, a damaged fan belt and whole bunch of others are also posible.
Why would and implanted defibrillator in your heart vibrate
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
One of the main causes of feeling a vibration in the gas pedal is engine vibration. The vibration from the engine causes the accelerator cable or linkage to vibrate and the vibration can be felt in the gas pedal. Check with a mechanic to be sure.
The pistons are running in the cylinders of the engine, so when the rpm of the engine rises, the pistons quickley build up speed. It is this rapid acceleration of the pistons that casue the car to shake.
Sounds like the engine is missing, check the plugs, wires, timing
Engine and transmission mounts are made of a heavy rubber and are usually black in color. On either side of the rubber is a way to attach it, one side to the motor or transmission and the other to a part of the cars frame. They allow the engine and transmission to vibrate without causing the whole car to shake. A front engine mount would be on a car with frontwheel drive ( sideways facing motor ) attaching it to the front of the frame in the engine compartment.
The balancer is made of 2 pieces That have a rubber piece in the center of them that hold the balancer together. If the balancer comes apart YES it will knock / make noise and the engine would vibrate/shake. You would be able to move 1 piece of the balancer with your hand if that was the case. Check it.