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Jeep Grand Cherokee 2003 vibrations at 30 mph to 45 mph only when accelerating. What could cause this? Not sure about the first answer, any second opinions?

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One possible cause is a worn universal joint. The first symptoms are usually a powertrain vibration at a certain rpm or speed. A visual inspection will sometimes show powdery residue by one of the bearing caps.

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

Testimonial: "Perfect solution. Took it into the shop and found 3 bad UV-Joints. Axle almost feel out. Got them fixed and the vibrations and noises stopped. Thanks."

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