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Driveline vibration at approx. 80 km/h (only) no noticeable play in the joints 94000 km

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Hi, the first thing you need to get checked is the wheel balancing if you feel the vibration through the steering wheel then this usually points towards the wheel balance being off balance usually happens if a weight has fallen off or the tyres been changed so get the balance checked at anywhere the replaces tyres.
They wont charge much for doing this and it will only take 15min to do so they can check this whilst you wait.

The second cause could be that the track rod end needs replacing this is least likely but can cause the problem your having.

I hope i have given you some idea of what to look for.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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