You're going to have to look at the engine mounts of have the car inspected. We can't do that over a computer. One of them is responsible for controlling engine rocking when shifting between reverse and drive, and when accelerating and coasting. Look for the rubber isolator between the two metal brackets to see if it's dry-rotted, torn, soaked in engine oil, or if there's shiny spots on the brackets indicating they've been banging on each other.
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 AT 12:04 AM