Question about 1998 GMC Sonoma
I've been having a rather hard vibration in my truck when I accelerate or deccelerate @ 25 mph. The vibration goes away when I speed up past 25 or slow down to below 25. I also have some uneven tire wear on the front tires.
U-joints were replaced and I was going to have the tires rotated and checked for broken belt(s). Any other ideas on what to check for? Tie-rods maybe?
Since you are getting your car aligned make shure that they check the constant velocity joints.....
when these are bad...what you get is a vibration in one o both sides, also you might hear a tapping sound when steering.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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