Of course it can be fixed, but first the cause has to be identified. Shaking can be caused by a dozen different things. To start with, are you referring to the engine? The steering wheel? The brake pedal? If the steering wheel oscillates when accelerating, a worn inner cv joint housing is a good suspect, but not yet at the mileage you listed. Worn spark plugs will cause an engine misfire, but that also is not common at such a low mileage. An engine misfire should be detected by the Engine Computer which will turn on the Check Engine light and set a diagnostic fault code.
A broken tire belt will cause the car body to shake but not just while accelerating. The first step is to have a mechanic test-drive the car to get some clues on where to start looking.
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016 AT 3:35 PM