Question about 1998 GMC Safari
If it is worse at low speeds it is possibly a CV shaft going bad. If you try to fix it yourself be sure to not yank it out of the torque converter, you will want to carefully pry it out and not extend it so you can make sure you get the proper length replacement. GM is #$%^%** for using multiple CV shafts per year that are not interchangable. I went through 10 of them trying to find one for my '96 Olds 88 and I had to rebuild one from a junk yard in the end.
Posted on Dec 08, 2012
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