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Old 04-29-2019, 04:30 AM
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RDX bad shudders and Universal joints Question

Hi all,

Does anyone know if the u joints the propeller shaft can be press or is it one of those stamped one where you cant change? been feeling some shudder in the chassis and vibration under the seat so I'm suspecting the u joint to be bad. Think about doing an overhaul of the suspension and steering. So far I've changed the front struts, lower control arm and sway bars end links but he shudder is still there. Cv joints look good with a little play from the inner and tie robs also look good. The rack and pinion are bad though, I can hear the clunks coming up on the steering column when turning. If anyone has any experience with this or if the rack could be rebuilt please lemme know

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I forgot to mention it is 2008 with 80k miles.
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Try doing a road force balance
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