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Transmission Vibration i think

During gentile acceleration up a small incline between 50 and 60 km\per hour and 1500 to 2000 RPM there seems to be a vibration and noise it stays until i either accellerate harder or back off ,,, the car is a V6 automatic with about 230,000km on the clock ..

Tranny was serviced approx 3 years ago. But i dont really do a lot of Kilometers in a year and i never thrash the car.

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It could be from slightly bent axles or bad suspension such as tie rod ends or ball joints but I would lean towards axles if only certain speeds.

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This may apply. ...............................

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