Car: 1988 Toyota Corolla FX ( aka Chevy Nova ) Engine: 4AC ( Carburetor ) Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic This car has almost no problems except this minor one: when stopped at a light or stop sign the car front of the car starts to vibrate - especially the steering wheel. Not violently but like a low rumble. In Park - no vibration. In Reverse - barely vibrates, almost not noticable. In Drive/2/L - Vibrates when parking or foot brake is used and car fully stopped. I cleaned out the EGR valve ( almost fully blocked by carbon ) and did all the various idle/fast idle/ throttle rpm adjustments / timing things listed in the manual. Google says a huge range of answers like bad motor mounts, EGR problems, transmission problems. Any ideas? Transmission cable out of whack?