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Jumping 4x4 When turning sharply in slow ride, to a parking lot for example, car start short "jumps or tweak a bit" on the side I am turning on. Is it normal with 4x4 drive? Jindrich

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No it isn't normal. It sounds as if it could be worn constant velocity joints (the flexible joints between the drive shafts and the front wheels).

Are the 'jumps or tweaks' accompanied by a knocking sound? This is a classic symptom of worn CV joints.

Matt.


Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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