When I'm idling, the whole car shakes/vibrates. It's not struggling or dying when idling. The car just vibrates everywhere until I start accelerating. Here's what I've noticed:
-Car idles perfectly fine (between 700-800 rpms). RPM needle doesn't fluctuate whatsoever. -Opened the hood, and engine doesn't shake or vibrate violently. -Gauge cluster lights (like the transmission gear light) sometimes dim/flicker though, when I'm at a complete stop.
Any ideas? Alternator starting to go bad? Battery dying? <--(Doubt it, but eh) Engine mounts? 95 Honda accord v6.
Then check the idle control system. It may be really gunky/clogged up.
Then it's more serious like fuel, spark, timing, compression, etc.
Same advice that I would be giving. But the first 2 things to check is a bit crucial. If everything above is okay, then I think you need to check for a blown head gasket. And check the oil color if it is like milky.