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I have a problem with a viberation and acts like a drive shaft out of balance,have had a new drive shaft installed and now does it at a lower speed on a 2014 silverado 1500 on a 5.3 eng. any help

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Did you have new u-joints installed CORRECTLY... the drive line balance is tricky... try rotating the drive shaft 180*.. ALSO - you can rotate the drive shaft one (transmission) spline at a time (you have to remove the drive shaft each time) - (with the rear wheels OFF the ground so you can rotate the rear end a "spline" each time..its TIME consuming!!


Was the "new" driveshaft a NEW one or a used one?... take it back to the company that did the work, take the boss for a ride and show him what his "new" driveshaft is causing.

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THIS MAY SOUND STRANGE BUT DO YOU FEEL ANY VIBRATION IN THE SEAT WHEN YOU HEAR THE HUMMING IF SO I WOULD SUSPECT THE U/JOINTS IN YOUR DRIVE SHAFT ARE GOING BAD

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