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thanks for the extra information . first thing to check is the pendulum mount that is located under the vehicle where if mounts from the subframe to the bottom of the transmission. make sure that the 2 16mm bolts are tight and the 21 mm bolt is tight and inspect the rubber mount to make sure it is not broken or worn to the point when in drive its not overextended causing the busing to ground out and then you feel the vibrations.
next the sme with the other 2 engine mounts one passengers side and the other under the battery tray drivers side. the same check the bolts make sure they are tight.
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