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I have vibration problem at acclerating time . i release the gas and push again and it"s fine .

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  • ayob_m Feb 01, 2010

    i did change the u.joints 2 months a go spark plugs wires, rotor cap,transm fluid ,center bearing on the drive shaft, all head gaskits ,water pump .

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Bad u-joint

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  • G m repairs Feb 01, 2010

    well the hell of it check all tires pressure even see if you got a knot starting on the tires

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Is it a 302? they had problems with cracked exhaust manifolds that year .

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