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I have a viberation on my 94 grand cherokee awd while accelerating what could cause this

It does this everytime I hit the gas untill its coasting but its a violent shake in the steering colum an gas peddle

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That can be caused by 1/ u joints in the drive shaft 2/ engine mount 3/ bubble in a tire 4/ miss fire in the engine.

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