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WILL THE TRANSAXLE MAKE LEFT WHEEL SHAKE AND MAKE THUMPING NOSIE 2001 LESABRE

LEFT WHEEL SHAKE AND MAKE CLUMPING SOUND

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Have you checked the CVJ? Does it make the noise in a turn or just going straight? You did not say if you had checked the tire for roundness or a bulge which would indicate ply or tread separation.

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