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Vibration 2001 xc70 - experiancing a vibration during moderate to heavy acceleration. Vehicle already has two new front axles.

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Remove the rear drive shaft and redrive it. it could be the drive shaft or the angle gear (the front of the drive shaft bolts to the angle gear).

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