Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: home of the Jayhawks
Car: 2010 OBW limited 2.5 CVT
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I doubt that will work as the shaft will still be rotating and the joints binding as the car moves. I would say that if it dissapears with the fuse in, it more likely points to an issue with the transfer clutch/duty solenoid. How many miles on the car? Any fluid changes performed or still on the origional fluid? Try the fuse trick and let us know what the answers to those questions are.
Also, check the tires very well. One could have a broken or slipping belt that could cause a vibration.
My other car is a Subaru.... Come to think of it, so is my other other car
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