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Shudder or vibration during acceleration

This problem could be a result of:

  • A worn or damaged driveshaft inner tripod joint.

Fig. 1 C/V Drive Shaft Components Fig. 1 C/V Drive Shaft Components

1 - RETAINER & HOUSING ASM

2 - C-CLIP

3 - TRIPOD JOINT SPIDER

4 - SEAL RETAINING CLAMP

5 - INNER BOOT

6 - SEAL RETAINING CLAMP

7 - C/V JOINT OUTER RACE

8 - C/V JOINT CAGE

9 - C/V JOINT INNER RACE

10 - CHROME ALLOY BALL

11 - RACE RETAINING RING

12 - SEAL RETAINING CLAMP

13 - DRIVE AXLE OUTBOARD SEAL

14 - SEAL RETAINING CLAMP

15 - AXLE SHAFT

16 - RETAINING RING

17 - BALL & ROLLER RETAINER

18 - TRIPOD JOINT BALL

19 - NEEDLE ROLLER

  • A sticking tripod joint spider assembly (inner tripod joint only).
  • Improper wheel alignment. Refer to Group 2, Suspension, for alignment checking and setting procedures and specifications.
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