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post #12 of (permalink) Old 10-18-2005
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Originally Posted by da9k1ne
okay thanks for your help....ill try and get it in for a checkup asap....its not really the noise thats the problem, becuase when it is on flat ground, theres no noise at all....it just jerks backwards, or fowards (depending if you shift into drive or reverse)
Some jerkiness is normal, it's a light car, with a heavy driveshaft and a fairly torquey engine.

An SUV has a lot of mass to offset the driveshaft effect.

The question is how far out of range is it?

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