Q: My car is making a vibrating/shaking noise

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I just had my car inspected for the state safety inspection. As a result, I had my RF Motor Mount and Transmission Mount changed. My car was suddenly quieter than it had been in a while, but my air conditioner suddenly stopped working. A few days later, it started making noise again, but it's not as severe as it was before. At first I thought something was scraping the tire, but I don't see anything. The sound is getting worse, and now the steering wheel occasionally vibrates when I accelerate. Could something have gone wrong with the motor mount?

My car has 152000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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