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Prowler V6-3.5L VIN G (1999)

Transmission and Drivetrain > Drive/Propeller Shafts, Bearings and Joints > Drive/Propeller Shaft > Component Information > Testing and Inspection > Propeller Shaft Vibration

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Drive/Propeller Shaft: Testing and Inspection
Propeller Shaft Vibration

Tires that are out-of-round or wheels that are unbalanced will cause a low frequency vibration. Refer to Steering and Suspension for service
information.

Driveline vibration can also result from loose or damaged engine or transaxle mounts.

Propeller shaft vibration will increase as the engine speed is increased. A vibration that occurs within a specific speed range is not caused by propeller
shaft unbalance. Defective coupler flanges or an incorrect propeller shaft angle are usually the cause.

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