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Old 04-25-2004, 11:57 PM   #11
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That'* starting to sound familiar. Go eyeball your engine. See if it'* sitting level.
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Anyway to measure that, or anyother way to see if that'* the problem. In other words.. what'* an engine cradle, and where can i see if it'* bent.. thanks agian.
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The cradle is a crossmember that runs the width of the car, under the engine. Big thick looking frame piece. I would just get at an angle where the top of the engine is even with something else that should be level, like the strut tower bar, and see if they are parallel.

BTW, my grr was caused by the halfshafts not being lined up with the tranny properly, due to the cockeyed engine and tranny.
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Cool.. i'll check it out tomarrow. I'm almost scared to check, becuase if it is this that his the problem, then it'* not getting fixed.
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check you tires(make sue they are balanced) and wheel bearings
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It makes the same noise if i put the emergency brake on and rev it up... Would it do that if it was a whell bearing? I also bought new tires about a year ago. Thanks.
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