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Corvette Problems C-4 Corvette Convertible 94, shutter from low to moderate speed. Is the X cross member to blame?

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Unless it is broken or loose I would say not. From your description of the fault I would say that a through inspection of the front suspension is in order followed up by a good wheel alignment.

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http://www.4x4wire.com/toyota/reviews/crossmember/


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