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  1. If you can get out of the deal DO IT They cant fix it and they will give up on you I have been thru it Find one that does not vibrate
  2. Decided not to change the driveshaft because the vibration comes and goes and I don't think the driveshaft would vibrate sometimes and not other times I did take my driveshaft to a driveline shop and it was perfectly balanced
  3. Thanks but my dealer already changed my fluid and torque converter and it did not change the vibration at all
  4. Does anyone know if I can have a new driveshaft made for my 2018 Silverado 2 wheel drive and does it have to be aluminum I have an annoying vibration that the dealers wont fix and I am willing to buy a new driveshaft to try and fix the problem
  5. Mine does the exact same thing as yours and they have not been able to fix it
  6. Hey Kyle did you go with an oem drive shaft or did someone make it for you
  7. Oh no the saga continues Going on now for about 7 or 8 years
  8. Please make sure you get the proper Spicer U joints for you truck with several size color coded clips included and also the caps are made of the right metal that won't corrode with aluminum There is a real science to changing these modern U joints
  9. https://vibratesoftware.com/2016/12/26/nvh-app-the-chevy-chevrolet-shake-no-one-fix/ Maybe a possible fix for some of us
  10. I took my truck to another dealer on 9/27 /19 to have the vibration analyzed and they blew me off big time They changed the oil and did a multi point inspection and printed out an advisory sheet from GM stating that some trucks may feel a vibration going into v4 mode and this is normal I took it home and got on the web and found one more dealer close to me and gave them a call and explained my problem They told me to bring it right in.The service manager took it for a ride in the drivers seat and when we got to 52 mph he said oh yea I feel exactly what your talking about and told me he would do everything he could to get my issue fixed I have an appointment for 10/7/19 and a loaner will be supplied
  11. I have been dealing with the vibration issue for several months now.I have a 2018 Silverado 5.3- 6 speed trans 2 wheel drive and I have 22,000 miles Mine is mostly felt in the steering wheel from 50 to 70 mph. The dealer started by changing the torque converter with no success. The next visit they changed my motor mounts and had no luck. The next visit they did the trans fluid flush and the road force balancing of the wheels and this last time in the shop they took the wheels off a brand new truck on the lot and did a lot of pico scope tests and they had my truck for two weeks They also road force balanced my wheels again. The service manager told me when I picked it up that all the pico scope readings were within spec and that there hands were tied from any further repairs This morning I got the number for GM and called them and they are connecting me with a senior service advisor to get my issue fixed By the way my truck vibrates exactly the same as when I first took it to the dealer
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