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Check drive line for wear and loose parts . Check for misfire in a cylinder from injector fault.
Posted on Mar 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The rear seat is bolted to the floor either from the inside or the outside. If attached from the undercarriage you will need to locate the rubber plugs that cover the bolt head or the hex nuts to the seat. Just remove these and the seat will come out.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: vibration in 88 blazer
If you had no problems before the change in height, I suggest you check the pinion angle(s). Most suspension setups like the diff pinion to be at around 2degrees down when at rest. As you lift the body, you are changing the line between the trans output and the pinion. While the diff may still be positioned properly, the trans output is now higher, changing the actual angle which may cause the universal joints to partially bind under different load conditions.
What you may want to try is using "wedge shims" between the diff spring mount and the springs to move the pinion up and more in line with the transmission. It takes very little to change a lot so don't get crazy with them...usually only one or two will do the job.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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