Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
A small amount of shaking is normal in some older cars, but if you have significant oscillating movement, then it sounds like you have a loose or missing bolt, or a misaligned ancillary from somewhere within the engine bay. I would also check that all the engine mount bolts are secure, and I would have these checks done immediately, because of the obvious dangers.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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