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1996 Oldsmobile 88 shakes and wobbles when Drive or reverse gear and stopped

My Oldsmobile 88 shakes and wobble when I am stopped and car is in drive or reverse gear... Any idea why it does and how can I fix it? If have to take a mechanic how much would it cost?

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Its possible the motor mounts are worn out. not sure about cost

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