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1993 Yukon 1500, front end vibrates sometimes at around 50MPH. Could this be the TCC selonoid?

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ITS NOT A SOLENOID ITS THE TORQUE CONVERTER WHEN IT DOES IT JUST LIGHTLY HIT THE BRAKE PEDAL ON AND OFF AND SEE IF COMES AND GOES

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