Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Ok, there are a couple of possible causes - gears in the transmission or the bearings in the differential that the front cv shafts go through. This is easy enough for a shop to diagnose which. Put up on a lift with someone in the vehicle, crank engine and put in gear. Accelerate it as another tech listens at the differential where the shafts go thru with a mechanic's stethoscope and do the same at the transmission. At whichever the noise is amplified thru the stethoscope, that is the culprit.
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