Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
I recently had a tie rod replaced, I then went to get and alignment, and the technician told me that the shaking is being caused by something in the drive train....??
Yes it is possible. The drivetrain spans from the transmission down to the differential. Anything out of the ordinary could and would cause shaking. First to be checked are the universal joints, then the U-joint straps (there would be several), mounting brackets, pinion yoke and its support. Normally, everything should be tight with nothing that can be budge or moved when you yank at them.
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