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zzGUY46

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About zzGUY46

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    Gary
  • Drives
    2000 Siverado LS
  1. I like KYB shocks. Works great on my 2000 Silverado Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
  2. Maybe the carrier bearing that holds up the driveshaft going to the rear? I think thats what its called. Another guess might be the front transfer case, there was a fix I saw somewhere where the aluminum case gets worn and the fix was putting a steel piece where the wear was inside., so check for aluminum flakes in front diff fluid. sorry for being vague but I have had similiar probs and watched lots of Youtubes...lol maybe someone else will be able to explain better. I'm doing front bearings right now.
  3. I agree easier and cheaper just to replace the whole thing I have done both sides
  4. Don't feel bad I'm having the same problem
  5. I would guess trapped air. Needs to be burped. Never did with my truck but with cars.
  6. Using synthetic oil seems to help mine.
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