Question about 1995 Dodge Caravan
My dodge has a clunking wobble when your climbing up to speed. It shifts fine and as soon as you let off the gas the vibration stops and it cruises really smooth but when the gas is pushed again the wobble is back. I've checked tires, and half shafts. I replaced the wheel bearings cause the drivers side was destroyed and the passenger side was starting to leak grease but the problem is still there. Whats wrong?
How are the tires wearing, could you need an alignment? Is the anti sway bar broken? When I hear that you have a clunking noise while accelerating I want to blame your CV joints, are you sure they are fine?
Posted on May 22, 2009
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