Question about 2001 GMC Safari
There is slight leaking underneath rear
Vibration can be so many things. As far as the leaking goes, you can remove the cover from the rear and re-seal. Vibration can be unbalanced tires, bad u-joints, bad rear, (hope not), and in my case it was my motor mounts were a little worn, and the slight drop in motor height caused my exhaust to vibrate off the cross member on the tranny, and I replaced everything and couldn't figure it out. It was crazy. Good luck, if any new info comes up on the vibration, please comment back, I am sure we can figure it out.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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To help differentiate a potential drivetrain problem from other common sources of noise or vibration, it is important to note the speed and driving conditions at which the problem occurs. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to accurately pinpoint drivetrain problems with only a road test. Expand the undercar investigation by putting the vehicle up on the lift, where it is possible to get a good view of what is going on underneath.
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