HAVE A HORRIBLE VIBRATION WHEN ACCELERATING on 1992 Dodge Stealth

BETWEEN GEARS 1ST AND 3RD STEERING WHEEL AND FRONT END VIBRATE. jUST HAD NEW TIRES AND RIMS PUT ON, AND NEW BRAKES AND ROTORS. ONE SHOP SAID ITS SOMETHING IN THE TRANNY NOT A TOTAL MAJOR PART AT THIS TIME BUT IF IT CONTINUES IT COULD LEAD TO WORSE. DONT WANT TO DUMP MUCH MONEY INTO IT, BEAUTIFUL CAR RUNS EXCELLENT JUST A WEEKENDER. WHATS THIS ANNOYING ISSUE? PLEASE AND THANK YOU.

by in San Antonio, TX on December 27, 2012
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3 answers
ANSWER by , December 29, 2012
As stated , inner axle joints , or possible bad engine mount(s)? If you put it in 1st and go a steady 20 MPH without trying to accellorate , does it still vibrate? or is it ONLY under load? IF your doing 50 and you accellerate hard does it vibrate then?....................faulty EGR ?
ANSWER by , December 28, 2012
could be tire balance or poss axle issues
ANSWER by , December 28, 2012
Agree with answer 1. Sounds like an axle inner tripod. Not a very expensive fix to replace axles.