I hate how my car shakes. There are a few things I'm fixing to get ride of the shaking, 1) Broken spring 2) Rear brakes 3) Engine mounts
Anyways, this Consumer Guide has a few trouble spots listed for the 2nd Gen six.
Here it is. And here's the link
Engine knock: Cars with a V6 engine built before March 1993 may have engine knock, especially when cold, due to carbon buildup in the combustion chamber. (1993-94)
Engine mounts: Broken motor mounts allow the engine to rock back and forth when accelerating, decelerating, or starting from a stop. (1993-94)
Engine noise: A metallic tapping noise from the rear of the engine could be due to slippage between the exhaust-camshaft driven gear and friction gear. (1993-95)
Power seats: The insulation on the wires for the power seat can wear through causing a short circuit. (1993-94)
Transmission leak: A damaged torque-converter hub seal allows fluid to leak from the automatic transmission. (1994-96)
Vehicle shake: Vibrations in the steering wheel, shift lever, and floor are probably caused by mispositioned radiator dampers. (1993-95)
Wipers: The welds holding the wiper-arm support bracket break, causing a creak or rattle when the wipers are running. (1993-95)
As you can see, the "mispositioned radiator dampers" has me boggled, does anyone have any clue as to what this is all about?