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Wobbling of car while accelerating

I got my maruti suzukizen car's (1000cc 4 cylinder front wheel drive) clutch assembly over hauled two days back. After that I amexperiencing a full car vibration that I can feel (assume) as it isfrom the front part of the car when engine is loaded. I mean if I amaccelerating, I can feel the vibration and everything settles down tobe smooth once the clutch pedal is pressed (no matter what ever therunning speed is). It seems the vibration is directly proportional tothe Engine RPM and also only when the engine is loaded.
The mechanic who overhauled my clutch assembly tells that it isbecause of the drive shaft problem. Then my question is how it come allof a sudden and not when clutch pedal pressed? Please give me asuggestion..
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    same problem here

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The u joints in the drive shaft. (CV joints on front wheel drive) more strss on the joints when accelerating so they cause the vibration. no stress/load smooth run. Replace the joints and you'll feel a big difference.

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