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2001 CR-V drive line judder

My 2001 CR-V with 56ooo miles on the clock has started to vibrate through the drive line at about 20 mph the vibration goes again at about 25 to 30 mph I have checked the prop shaft and front and rear cv joints any clues as to where to look next.

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  • wc1958 Jul 10, 2008

    Thank you Pierre I couldnt find any play on the uj's will take the shaft off and checkthem properly .

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If you drive when you apply gas if you have vibration the u joint are loose or jam i change does drive shaft often they dont sell parts to repair in canada its 752.00 plus labour hope it help you fixya our post thanks pierre

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