Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
It so far doesn't vibrate when the truck is moving it seem to be vibrate real bad when i stop at stop signs ect it not asbad just worming up but asoon as it's warmed up then it's the hole truck vibrates bad .
You left out a lot of needed information but I will try to help out.
You can pull the spark plug wires off one by one while the engine is running to see if you have one or more cylinders are not firing. Depending on how long it has been I would do a tune-up first, replace spark plugs and wires, filters, fluids etc.
With that done and if all cylinders are firing pull the transmission dip stick and look at the fluid, I am assuming you have an automatic tranny. The fluid should be a light red, if it is brownish and has a burnt smell then you could have a problem with the clutches inside your transmission which can cause this same problem.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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