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1996 Chrysler LHS shakes

Help, My 96 LHS shakes in right hand turns only. I thought it would be balljoint or tie-rod, but it is all nice and tight. The only thing I can find is the right side driveshaft appears to have a lot of radial movement when you grab it near the transmision. Could this be it? if so, is there a bearing that can be changed without having to dismantle the tranny?
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    we were told to replace the motor mounts

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A bad motor or trans mount could be the cause which allows the engine and trans assembly to shift mor to one side on a turn which changes the the axle length and lessens pressure on the CV joint causing the wobble. I mounts check ok then it is most likely a worn CV joint.

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I had a similar problem with my 96 chrysler LHS, it only really shaked during acceleration and in some turns.. i would try replacing the CV shaft on the right side.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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