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Denali2019 posted a topic in 2019-2023 Engine, Driveline, & ExhaustI got a 2019 Gmc Denali 6.2 and This morning I was driving and I stopped on some ice it started sliding and eventually I got unstuck but I felt like I was dragging my right rear wheel. You could’ve heard it sound like it was locked and I was dragging it through the concrete. After driving a little it stopped I heard a noise. Does anyone know any ideas what’s going on?
Rear differential lock
Josh Tonn posted a topic in 2014-2019 Engine, Driveline, & ExhaustI purchased a new 2018 Silverado 1500 LT less than a year ago. It had 55 miles on it when I drove it off the lot in April of '19. It just clicked 14K and I am well within my warranty period. Recently, while making left turns, at low speed, such as parking lots and turning corners the rear wheels lock. It locks enough to drag the wheels and I chirp the tires as I corner. It sounds like the rear differential is grinding as I power through the turn. It as if the 4WD engages or the posi locks. I have the auto 4WD option, however, it is always in 2WD when this happens. As soon as I straighten out or make a right turn it goes away/unlocks. The dealership cannot find anything wrong. What gives??
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2014 Silverado LT 1500 4x4. So i was coming back to work today and i chirped the wheels in the driveway as usual... Then I noticed something funny as I pulled into one of the stalls. As I made the sharp left to swing into the spot I felt like my truck's 4x4 was engaged. I say that because I had to press harder on the gas pedal and it felt like the rear tires weren't pushing the truck. It was reminiscent of being on the trail and hearing the engine push harder to get the tires going. In any case, I pulled in with the rear left wheel hopping and semi dragging. I was going no more than 5mph BTW. So i straightened the wheel and backed straight out. The truck moved just fine. As I turned the wheel to swing the front end left in reverse I could hear the rear left wheel "hop" on the asphalt/rocks. I stopped and turned the traction control on/off. I then pulled forward a little in a turn and same symptoms. I then turned the 4x4 from 2wd to 4 hi and then back to 2wd. After each engaged I started turning right to go down the driveway with the wheel still hop/dragging. So I deliberately hit a bump to see how it would act. As the crest of the bump i heard a LOUD pop. After that I could turn the truck sharply and the rear wheels wouldn't bind. It was back to normal. Any thoughts?