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AT 55-60 mph, vibration occurs which feels like transmision affected. When drop down below 55 mph, noise stops and engine runs smooth. Mileage on vehicle is about 42,000 original miles.

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Check drive shaft has it lost any weights are u joints tight while down there good time to grease them this is there id start...

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