Question about 2006 GMC Sierra
I had the exact same problem in a truck I bought that had 60,000 miles on it. I installed new tires, alignment, new brakes and machined rotors, all with no luck. I also went as far as trying to analyze the problem with vibration equipment from my work, again with no luck. I took it to a garage where they put it up on a hoist with all 4 wheels in the air, and they couldn't pinpoint the problem. Eventually the garage ended up putting a new front axle in the truck and the problem was gone. The problem is inside the front axle, possibly bearings or the initial setup itself. The axles are not worth tearing down yourself because they are worth about $1200 and only about 2 hours to install a new one. If you are under warranty, do not let this go. I have taken this truck to Florida from Ontario with the new axle, no problems, and have since added about 30,000 miles and it's working good.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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