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Feeling a vibration/grinding noise coming from front end. very random and at all speeds

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  • Mical Caterina
    Mical Caterina Mar 16, 2011

    year model???

  • Alan Conner
    Alan Conner Mar 16, 2011

    I need to know what kind of vehicle you have. It just says GM. Thanks.

  • ryans73110 Mar 16, 2011

    2005 Sierra 1500 4x4. 145000 miles

  • ryans73110 Mar 16, 2011

    thanks. It's just odd that the noise/vibration is very random. some days I wont hear or feel it, some days it feels like the front end is coming apart. Even on those days its not consistant. (a few seconds at a time) Headed to the shop tomorrow or friday. Thanks for your imput

  • ryans73110 Mar 16, 2011

    thanks. It's just odd that the noise/vibration is very random. some days I wont hear or feel it, some days it feels like the front end is coming apart. Even on those days its not consistant. (a few seconds at a time) Headed to the shop tomorrow or friday. Thanks for your imput

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I'd start by inspecting front driveshaft/u-joints.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

  • ryans73110 Mar 16, 2011

    locked in 4 wheel drive. no play whatsoever in either driveshaft. got anything else?

  • Mical Caterina
    Mical Caterina Mar 16, 2011

    Only other thing to check is CV joints at wheels,. I'd still drop front shaft and check joints. Had similar situation with couple of other 4xs' and when locked they felt good, pulled shaft off and once unloaded bearings were sloppy.

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