Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Colorado Springs
Correct me if I'm wrong but I think it might be two. I'd probably just google it if I were you. Just crawl under there and see if they're dry rotted. But honestly if it goes away at high rpms then it's not the mounts. If I were you I would get in the car, drive down the block, and stop but keep it in drive. Try putting it in neutral and if the vibrations go away then it's your tranny. The best solution is to go home, pull the parking brake, put the car in neutral with the car still on, and check the transmission fluid. If I'm right then you're going to want to add some fluid and that should help it. Basically your tranny is still grabbing the engine a bit at stop and that's what causing the vibrations. So ill say it again; parking brake, turn engine on, put in neutral, and fill tranny till full.