07-14-2006, 03:11 PM
There are simple things to check.... driveshaft center bearing, universal joints, output shaft bearing and pinion bearing. When I got my current car it had an awful driveline vibration(awful for me is acceptable to some.....) I had nearly a whole car of spare parts at the time so I replace the entire driveshaft, and center bearing... it got better, but not fixed. I checked for play in the differential yoke, it spun smooooothly. I decide to replace the clutch, for it is cheaper then replacing the transmission. I buy an OEM clutch plate and disc, along with oem t/o bearing. Bolt it all up... and Viola... NO vibration!! The clutch I removed was from AP. It may have lost a balance weight... or it may just have been poorly balanced... but the OEM clutch was dead on... and solved my problem
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