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Wobbling/vibration coming from back, steering wheel doesn't shake. I feel it in the seat. Got new tires and I still feel it. Had drive shaft checked, and mechanic said it was ok. Axle seals were leaking, so I had them replaced on both rear wheels. Still feels wobbly, both city driving and on the interstate. Can you help me?

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Did the mechanic remove the rear driveshaft to check for a binding U-joint or just check for loose u-joints without removing the shaft. You need to remove the shaft to do a good check of the joints

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