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It could also be your inner CV joints causing the problem. If the problem goes away when shifted to neutral as mentioned earlier, this could be another possibility.
 

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Originally posted by mobiuslogic+Jan 4 2004, 04:08 PM-->QUOTE (mobiuslogic @ Jan 4 2004, 04:08 PM)
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It could also be your inner CV joints causing the problem. If the problem goes away when shifted to neutral as mentioned earlier, this could be another possibility.
Negative, this would cause problems at all speeds with a more profound problem to the wheel on the outside of the turn since it has to turn faster than the inside wheel, and hence make more noise if that side is the one going. Same goes for wheel bearings.

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Negative. I said INNER CV JOINTS, not outer. You would be correct had I said outer cv joints. Worn inner joints often present themselves as a vibration or shudder only at a specific speed or speed range, regardless of whether you are turning or not.
 
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