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Will A Driveshaft Vibrate My Vehicle?

The driveshaft on front-wheel vehicles rotates at the speed of the wheels. A bent or damaged driveshaft can result in vehicle vibration. Driveshaft’s on rear-wheel vehilces the driveshaft will rotate two and a half to four times the speed of the wheels. Due to the relatively large size of the rear-wheel drive shafts and high speed, vibration is significantly increased. Trans Tech Auto & Truck tells our customers that we service in the Colorado Springs area that other considerations that many result in vibration can include tiny dents, worn universal-joints, and missing balance weights. When a technician at Trans Tech Auto & Truck has a customer indicate that vibration is experienced when accelerating or decelerating, the driveshaft is inspected as the most probable cause.