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Bearing on transmission

I check the axle and it moving up and down at the transmission

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Have it checked. Has your constant velocity joint at end of axle where it enters the transmission come apart? Is the rubber boot still on the cv joint?

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Split wrap around boots are not a good option. If your axle joint is in good shape rebooting is an option. It is extremely messy and often takes a special tool to install the new boot clamps. A new axle or a factory rebuilt is always a good option. Beware of local rebuilders they may short cut and not replace all the worn parts.
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If you replaced the axles, It cant be the C.V.(constant velocity) joints. unless you only changed the bearings, the CV joints would be my starting point. (try to turn the axle by hand while the transmission is in park. if they have excessive play that may be you culprit) changing the half shaft is much less time consuming than trying to rebuild the C.V.'s especially if you've never done it). I would try to narrow it down, after a test drive you should be able to tell if the shake is related to the steering, suspension, or drive train. Check tie rods, and the ball joints (with the car lifted try to move the wheels rapidly in and out by hand from side to side(tie rods) and top to bottom (ball joints) if there is excessive play you found a problem) I would also check the A arm bushings. if those are severely worn they can cause bad handling, or a violent shake. If these all check out I would look into the transmission having the problem that's all i can think of, I hope this helps

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