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Vibration in drive train

When i,am driving trans goes into torque you can fel vibrtaion more

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  • Greg Bernett
    Greg Bernett May 11, 2010

    Check your mount bolts to the transmission and is it the drivetrain you feel the vibration from? What speed do you feel it at? Also, WHEN do you notice it? Turns? Speed into turns? Acceleration?


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Ck u-jointd on drive shaft and ck for drive shaft damage,. Then ck all mounrs, engine and trans.. goos luck

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