Question about 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe
Worn out suspension bushings, bad shocks, loose skid plates, hitting travel stops, its could be a number of things. kinda hard to narrow down when your just talking about a sound that is being generated from one end of the vehicle. simplest this is to just drive it up on a set of front and rear ramps (you can get these at walmart), take a rubber hammer, and gently tap around on things that you know should be tight, id start with the skid plate if it has one, the bushings in those dry rot all at the time. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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