Sure, sounds like an engine mount has let go allowing the engine to "torque" causing components to contact the underside of the car. You can inspect this by raising the hood and observing the movement of the engine while power is applied and your foot is on the brake (in gear).
Let me know what you find and get back to us, thanks for using 2Carpros. Com
Sunday, October 12th, 2014 AT 9:50 AM