Question about 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer Ext
Common problem. Check your motor mounts and transmission mounts, more than likely it's the motor mounts. While they may "look" OK from the outside, the mounts tend to crush and not be as high as they need to be. This problem has is just a nuisance and won't hurt the performance of your TB. Typically this problem will start out only happening when it's a cold engine, then go away once the engine has warmed up. But will get worse as time goes on. Buy OEM mounts as aftermarket mounts won't be as stiff and a lot of times end up with vibration quickly after they are replaced, so don't waste our money. Hope this helps! Good luck.
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