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Transmission output shaft

Should my tranny output shaft move up and down and side to side.

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No it should not. Sounds like the front universal joint is worn out. Check to see if the caps on the ends of the universal joint have play in them. If it is as bad as you say it is about to fall out. Please rate my answer . I would greatly appreciate it.

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