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What causes a axle to keep jumping out on the front driver sid?

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Is it the correct axle and does it have the compression ring on the trans end of the axle?

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SOURCE: Sounds like change jingling front right axle area

Previous owner jumped what? You have a lot of words there but what I see is your front end rattles when going over bumps and you can move the differential but don't know whats allowing movement. Have someone make it move and look to see what's moving!!! Also have someone bounce it and look for anything loose.

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SOURCE: vibration in driver side front axle in reverse 1993 camry

Most likely one of the cv joints is coming apart, in which case the axle assembly should be replaced.

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