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Loud noise and vibration in the hole car when driving especially

Audi a4 . when tacking off the car feels like it has something carcked in the transmission and makes loud noise and vibrates especially when getting ready to stop it the noise gets louder and bigger or harder....... it feels like the noise and the bangging noise is coming from the trans ... at lower speed when am about to stop completely it gets lauder and the car pretty much feels like helicopter....inside the car...

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    it feels like you are inside an helicopter and in the hills make a big noise in the front of the vehicle, this is a 1997 ford F150.

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By the sound of what your saying i think the easiest and cheapest thing is to check the driveshaft. Besure to check the uni's. You may not see any problem with it if this is the case remove it and check the yoke of the gearbox & diff if these are ok take the driveshaft in in the shop to be rebalanced.

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