Question about 1997 GMC Jimmy
Ok I put new tires on the front ( rear was 95%) and drove it off. Now I have a vibration once I hit 62/63 MPH that was there prior. Here is the kicker it doesn't do this all the time it will ride smooth then start the vibration. Now I have taken it back 4 different times and I watched as they zeroed out all 4 tires and the alignment is spot on. They were scratching their heads when I left the last time! So they advised the front end is in near perfect condition but I will need front shocks shortly. So I was thinking could it be the drive shaft out of balance or the shocks please help!
Not sure but it sounds like you could have a warp brake rotor. The drive shaft is a possibility however you should be able to check it easy enough to see if any of the U-Joints have movement. The only other thing that comes to mind is wheel bearings and they are a little harder to check properly. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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