Question about 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan
If it happens only at this time and not just holding a steady speed or not accelerating you could have a problem with cv joint which is located on the halfshaft/drive axle.it will have to be checked out at a shop to try to narrow down which side is causing this.if it is a cv joint replace the halfshaft not just the joint.it could also be a possible transmission problem like a lock up torqur convertor.if it was a bad belt in a tire then you would feel it at other driving speeds as well.
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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