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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    got a new ds from a local for 20 bucks. vibration and clunk are 100% GONE!
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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    Sounds like the U joints i would definatly start there

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    i had this problem once right after i did the auto to mt swap i thought it was the carrier bearing for sure i was wrong the ecu i got was bad it was all the same symptoms as a bad driveshaft part but some how turned out to be an ecu. i just had a stroke of genuis to figure that out with out pulling any parts off or looking at any parts. what really told me it wasnt driveshaft related was once i went to go drive it again after it cooled off for couple hours it didnt do it till it warmed up then it did it all over again.

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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    I had a driveline problem with my car a while ago, large bangs from the driveline whenever loading or unloading it turned out mine was the centre bearing. Cost a bit over 200 to fix.

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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    My 87 NA has the same problem. The mount is busted completely and I can't find an aftermarket Center Bearing and the Toyota Dealership wants $320 for it.

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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    same problem here, had a two part shaft in it stock but the center bearing was getting weak so replaced it with a straight steel shaft for added torque now car vibrates very loudly at around 80mph, not bad when cruising at 80 but if you accelerate then it vibrates again. not sure if its the rear bearing, any ideas?

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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    This sounds like a balance issue , have the shaft rebalanced and check after that .

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    Default Re: Driveline Vibration

    checking back in with update on that, turns out my new steel shaft wasnt vibrating even though it feels like it was, it was the tires out of balance! try new alignment and balance the tires, then go for a 85mph run and see the difference

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