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I don't know if it is my transmission but it makes a liitle vibrating sound from rear sometimes when I'm driving a certain speed

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Your exhaust pipe may be loose. Take it in to a shop or have someone who you trust to work on your vehicle take a look at it to make sure.

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What model car/truck is this? Could be something in the tire, bad wheel bearing, U-Joint (if this is a truck...) and on and on.

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Shakes at 65mph had tires balanced also I cant feel it in the steering wheel it feels like it's coming from the back passanger side or middle


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