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I have a 2005 Freelander with 53,000 miles. It developed a vibration in the front that came through the steering. The vibration was worse as the speed increased all the way to 65 mph. The vibration only occurred when accelerating, back off on the gas and it was gone.

I thought it was a wheel out of balance. No. Then thought is was the bent rim on the back. No.

Took it to the Rover dealer as I have an extended warranty. They replaced the two front half-shafts with the CV joints. Problem solved and runs smooth as silk. My only cost was $100 deductible. The job would have cost $1700.00.
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