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Vibration as i am driving

I am getting a weird vibration when i am driving and i lose power going up hills and i have narrowed it down to the either the transmission or the drive line...now the part that i cant decide...sometimes i hear a clicking that gets faster/slower as i press on the gas, it sounds like a cv joint but more crisp and metallic. It varys in its intensity as well
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  • damien247 Dec 30, 2008

    Thank you will look tomorrow

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Try the drive line it may be out of balance 

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    Mark Paxton Dec 30, 2008

    if its not the driveline better start saving up for a trans or change fluid and filter  if its brown its time for a change if its purple sorry but get it to a shop for a new one sorry 

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