My truck will vibrate sometimes where u can see the console moving 1/4" back and forth, even the passenger seat will shake. It really pisses me off considering how much the truck cost. Truth be told I feel like I am driving a pos most times because of the issue and lack of knowing how to fix it. Pretty disappointing... It baffles me that GM has not been able to tell their customers what the issue is and what the fix is.
When everyone refers to shudder, what exactly do u mean? My truck will sometimes shake inside, possibly called shutter, and the console will shake back and forth. At 75k or so the trans made a clanging sound while driving like the converter had rocks in it. Dealer changed out the fluid and that noise disappeared but I always had the shake like an out of balance driveshaft or something. Local mechanic said he would change trans and converter. I am unsure what to say...
I am still confused about being in Manual 1 and what the truck should do to save itself. I now know it won't auto shift but should fall flat on its face. When I noticed it the tach was pegged. I checked the oil and everything looked good. It was a fresh change but I changed it just do to be safe, May not mean anything but I figured it could not hurt.
OMG, that comment had me cracking up. My music likely didn't help it but I didn't have it cranked up though at the time, was not on the highway yet, lol. I do have a 600w Rockford Fosgate Amp and 10" Sub under the seat for those long ass rides.
The time I did it I was moving. Was in a loud construction zone in slow n go traffic. I noticed my gas pedal felt odd, looked down and the tach was at 6k. I quickly got off gas and shifted into drive when I realized. I obviously shifted it one click down to far when putting it in gear. Wish there was a way to not go into manual so easily. But at least the truck has safe guards.
So if I understand properly, it won't auto shift but it will still rev limit and perform the safety functions to prevent damage? Interesting... My other car when in manual mode is all on the user doing what is necessary.
So does this happen even when in Manual Mode? I know previously I was in M1 and didn't realize and the tach was pretty high. Luckily I realized it in short order but it definitely raised an eyebrow, lol. Thanks for answering, much appreciated.
The truck is a 2016, and I have not had it to the dealer since it has really started to act up. I figured there would be posts taking the stance of "you're wrong, I'm right." I typically read those replies and just move on, getting into the weeds does nothing more than label you as being that person no one wants to help on the forum. Most everybody here has provided some valuable input, and I appreciate it. I am the type of person that just wants to get it fixed and move forward. On a side note, beautiful day to wash the truck.
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