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Front end vibrates violently when stopping and starting after stop.

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This could be a number of problems. I just had the exact same problem and they told me that my 4x4 driveshaft was kicking into auto over and over again. Had to take it off and it was fixed, but it led to front end issues. ( Front End binding and locking up in turns)

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