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I have problem with my XJ 2000. I got wobbling in the rear when I drive 100-130 km/hour. I Have checked wheelbalance and its ok, I have checked the Cardan and I have new drivingcrafts in front. Could it be the rear axel or any other tip ? Bo

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Maybe a bad tire. or if you have rear disc brakes one of the rear rotors is warped.

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