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My jeep rattle's/vibrates and it sounds like a truck when you let of the gas.

There is a loud clunk/click when you shift from park to drive, and it starts to rattle/vibrate at about 40 mph or higher. Ball joints are u joints seem to be fine. what else could it be?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    U joints are not fine check them again...no load on shafts.

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Check motor mounts defective ones can cause engine to vibrate

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