Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
Yuck, this doesn't sound good at all. Stop using this truck until you find out where this noise is coming from.
Inspect the drive-shaft, look for faulty U-joints (you may need to drop the drive-shaft to see if one is binding), look at the gear-oil inside the drive-axle (is it full, does it have metal in it?), check for loose lug-nuts on all four wheels, check for cracks in the rims, and inspect rear E-brakes, They may be defective. Good luck, let me know how its going.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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