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Plymouth voager front axle assembly diagram 2.4l eng,1998

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  • spottydog88 Sep 06, 2008

    Plymouth Voyager shakes at lower speeds. Feels like the wheels are coming off. Felt more by passenger than driver. Any advise?
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I WANTED AXLE PARTS & IT'S ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

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Its the axle mine does the same thing...jack it up off the ground on both side takes the tires of and pull the axle from left to right if it moves its fried...i just bought one through where i work from napa costed me 47 dollars with 100 dollar core charge....

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