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Ford explorer shakes after going 35 to 40 mpg

We know its the universal joints, but not sure if they need adjusted, greased, or replaced.

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If you know for sure that it has work u-joints,their are no ajustments on u-joints. Greese won't take out the slack or play or wear.

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