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1990 toyota 4runner automatic shakes and growls at 50 to 60 mph no shake in the steering wheel it also has new axle bearings ring pinion and a new drive line also the cup on tail shaft seems like bearing is tight it almost as if the chain in the t case needs to be tightned and can you tighten the chain on a automatic tranny

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