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97 sephia shakes terribly cv joints have been replaced what would you check next could it be motor mounts and if so are they are they hard to replace?

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2006-03-25 04:01:00
2006-03-25 04:01:00

If it only shakes when you are driveing down the road there are a few things to check. Frist check your struts. Make sure all the bolts are there and tight and in good condition. check your brake rotors. If they are warped it will make your car shake when you brake. Make sure the lug nuts on your wheels are all tight. check the balance of your tire. check your ball joints

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