Question about 1998 Isuzu Rodeo
A 2.8l is a relatively small engine, even for a Rodeo. The mounts should be visible. Use a flash light to visually inspect them for loose fasteners, nuts, stress fractures or separations.
If it's shaking badly, chances are it's something else.
Is it doing anything else odd besides shaking?
Bring it by an auto parts store that give free OBD II code readings. These diagnostics will help pin down the cause.
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