I have a 2000 Chevy impala and when my car is in park it shakes a little bit. What could that be?

I have a 2000 Chevy impala and when my car is in park it shakes a little bit. What could that be?

It may be the torque converter going bad or the fluid may need to be changed. Also, harmonic balancers go bad and cause low idle vibrations.

—Gerald Wheelus
Edgewood Auto Parts #253, Edgewood, Texas

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