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Freelander td4

Discussion in 'Freelander' started by Mr limpy, Jan 13, 2020.

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  1. Mr limpy

    Mr limpy New Member

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    Hi first time on.
    Freelander 2005 td4.
    At about 55mph to 65 I have a vibration through transmission.
    Support bearings are new and prop joints seem ok.
    Any ideas?
    Mr limpy.
     
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    Nodge68 Well-Known Member

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    Front drive shafts are a common source of vibration, especially if the large bush of the lower engine tie bar has gone soft.
     
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    Front drive shafts are a common source of vibration, especially if the large bush of the lower engine tie bar has gone soft.
     
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