Question about 1996 GMC Sierra
Depending on the vibration the first thing you should do is check your tires. Not just the air pressure but the tread, run your hands across the tires and make sure you don't feel any steel coming thru or bulges from the belts seperating. If everything is o-kay tire wise check your u-joints. A u-joint starting to go bad will cause this also. One of these is most likely the cause of your vibration. These are things often overlooked. Good Luck! If you find nothing in this leave a comment with any additional info you can. Then we'll go on from there at least we will know what is not the problem.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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