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Re: 2000 toyota corrolla sport
Sounds like you have a cylinder with a miss . to find out which one you need to pull a plug wire off one at a time till you find the one that doesnt make a difference . and pull that plug and chek it out and the plug wire to get started let me know what you find
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If you took it to a shop, take it back and complain. It was misdiagnosed. It is easy to find a bad mount. Paid money to replace good parts. If you had a friend do it, then the first ting I would look at is the timing belt. Make sure it is good and dead on the marks for timing. If it is, then do a tune up.
Maybe the drain on the battery is causing the engine to slow during idle This might cause the engine to run roughly and induce vibration. Why change motor mounts. Have a service and refit the original mounts if they are not an issue
Looks like that you have a bad O2 sensor. If the O2 sensor is faulty the car may shake and there's noticeable bad emission odor. I strongly suggest that you have it replaced. You can find this sensor on the exhaust manifold.
Do you have an erratic idle? If you do then the MAF sensor must be replaced as well. A bad idle can cause the vehicle to shake. Keep me posted regarding the progress.
Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!
the steering wheel shaking at an idle is a whole seperate thing. if it shakes while idling i would say its a bad motor mount (or mounts)
If the rubber breaks or wears out in the center of the mount that the engine bracket bolts to, then the center of it lays closer to the metal outer shell of the mount from the weight of the engine. The outer shell is bolted directly to the frame so it resonates vibration through the frame and body instead of 'floating' in the center of a rubber cushion. Once your accelerating the engine rotates up in the mount lifting the center off of the shell so the vibration goes away.
If the wires were not pulled carefully, they may be damaged. The plugs were gapped and kept clean while installing? (No grime etc.) Could the wires get switched so the wrong wire is on the wrong plug? If the same problem got worse, you may be right about engine vibration. Ken
The mechanic should check on the Idle and adjust the Idle .the car is vibrating because of the Idle is low and the engine can't do to move very easy .there is low fuel coming from the fuel pump going to the engine.The transmission of the car don't have a problem because of you just change the oil . But the Idle has to be adjusted until the car will not vibrate.
check all motor mounts first. if they are ok then check to make sure all cylenders are firing. try pulling one plug wire off the spark plug and see if the engine changes sound or anything. if it does, put the wire right back on then move to the next one and repete. if you pull one and it does not change then that plug is not firing. could be caused by a crack in the porcelian in the plug or bad plug wire connection or bad wire