I have a 1998 landcruiser colorado and there is a vibration from 45 mph upwards when accelerating. I'm hoping its only universal joints on shaft but couldit be in the box??

Asked by Jun 27, 2014 at 07:55 PM about the Toyota Land Cruiser

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You'd have to have a mechanic diagnose it. It might be the universal joints, driveshaft unbalanced, tires, brakes, worn suspension component, etc.

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