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  1. Hi Steve, Thanks for sending this over to me! The picotest was completed Monday, and they told me the issue was my tires. Even though they have already been road force balanced. I have new tires being installed tomorrow, and I'm really hoping this solves the problem. They mentioned my current tires are cupped slightly, and may be defective. I'm not sold that this will fix the issue. So if it doesn't, I can now go back to them with this to dig a little deeper. Fingers crossed. Thanks again! Greatly appreciated!
  2. Literally was just reading about that, and about to go tighten them now! Sounds like 80 ft/lbs seems to be good? Mine feels sloppy when shifting, and has a drive-reverse clunk, hoping that may solve that issue too.
  3. Thank you both! Does anyone have the actual TSB number though so I can have the dealer pull it up? Sorry to be a pain. They are rescheduling the picotest due to snow now. Really just hoping they can figure it out and fix it before I start spending my own money. Luckily even if the shake isn't severe enough to be covered, they can give me an idea of where to start based off of the frequency of the vibration from the test. Haven't heard of Dutchman axles, just the Yukon on here. May need to look into that...
  4. Hey everyone, I've been reading on the forums for a month now, and figured I'd finally create an account. I bought a 2015 Sierra 1500, 5.3, 4wd, All Terrain Package (Z71), crew cab with the 3.42 rear end and 6 speed trans about a month ago. It has the rear end shake which I did not notice on the test drive of course. Starts around 75 and continues from there on up in the rear end. Have had the tires road force balanced, which they were out, but did not solve the issue. Dealer will be performing a picotest on Monday the 11th, but I don't see it going anywhere. If it doesn't, I'll be starting with a driveshaft balance, the rear rotors (even though mine are new), and possibly axles if needed. What I'm looking for, for now, is the TSB for the rear shake issue, where they run this picotest and everything. I found it once before, but can no longer find it, and neither can the dealer. Does anyone have this TSB information? I believe there were several steps where they start with the pico test, RF balance, driveshaft balance, and so on. If I can't get this taken care of I'm dumping the truck. Can't live with the vibration. I apologize if I'm posting incorrectly, and please inform me if I am. I've never posted on a forum before! Thank you in advance!!
  5. Hey everyone, I've been reading on the forums for a month now, and figured I'd finally create an account. I bought a 2015 Sierra 1500, 5.3, 4wd, All Terrain Package (Z71), crew cab with the 3.42 rear end and 6 speed trans about a month ago. It has the rear end shake which I did not notice on the test drive of course. Starts around 75 and continues from there on up in the rear end. Have had the tires road force balanced, which they were out, but did not solve the issue. Dealer will be performing a picotest on Monday the 11th, but I don't see it going anywhere. If it doesn't, I'll be starting with a driveshaft balance, the rear rotors (even though mine are new), and possibly axles if needed. What I'm looking for now, is the TSB for the rear shake issue, where they run this picotest and everything. I found it once before, but can no longer find it, and neither can the dealer. Does anyone have this TSB information? I believe there were several steps where they start with the pico test, RF balance, driveshaft balance, and so on. Thank you in advance! If I can't get this taken care of I'm dumping the truck. Can't live with the vibration.
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