A worn propshaft universal joint is most likely to be the cause of driveline vibrations or that expensive sounding transmission shunt that you ignore, hoping it will go away. Emrys Kirby solves it.
Land Rover propshafts joints are exposed to the elements and take a considerable torque load, especially if you use your vehicle off-road. They require regular greasing but are often forgotten until they cause problems. The good news is that inspection and replacement are relatively easy although can be fiddly which leads to some poor repairs. Sometimes a garage will replace the whole prop instead of replacing the individual components. This is often unnecessary and, if you do the work yourself, the overhaul can cost under £20. Continue reading BAD VIBRATIONS – SERVICING YOUR PROPSHAFT→