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Driving at any speed, car will bang/jolt

It feels as thou hit a large rut in the road. car has 88,000 mi. so far they have replaced the f/l axle, the torque converter all with no help!!!! we are now back $4,000 + !! now they want to install a new transmission, hoping this my fix the problem. we live in Bend,OR 97702. so far we have said no more. this problem happens every day we use the car, +- 10 to 20 mile use. HELP this started about 2-3 months ago. we plan 800+ trip in 25 days. this work has been done by German Master Tech, Bend,OR 541-322-9647 Lewis Friesen 541-383-5871

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  • Titanium2010 Apr 13, 2009

    Hi, my 2000 Allroad have the same problem, but only after a few miles rolling at some speed, like highways. Can anybody give any ideas? thanks

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