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Toyota shakes on rear passenger side during take off, but I have replaced diff and passenger axle

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If you have access to a lift, check driveshaft bearing, sometimes when it goes bad it sounds like something in the passenger rear is shaking, or cam bolts are possibly loose , did you get your alignment done recently?

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Hi,could you send more details of the car such has the modle and c.c. and is it a 4x4?
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