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Thread: Chevy G20 shimmy
12-05-2012, 05:52 AM #1
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Chevy G20 shimmy
My 1994 Chevy van developed a real bad shimmy a few months ago. I replaced the idler arm which was definitely bad but still drives like something is "out of round"? I changed both front tires and rims too. Could it be caused by a bad wheel bearing? It is much worse when braking but it occurs at all speeds. I'm thinking about getting a new rotor and bearings for the drivers side - that's where it feels like it is coming from. Just wondering if anyone else has had this problem. At this point it defintely feels unsafe to drive.
12-13-2012, 03:48 PM #2
Have you had your rotors resurfaced? That's the first place to start. Also, you may have brake caliper dragging. Take a real close look at both calipers and rotors to see if there's any sign of rust or damage.
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12-13-2012, 04:21 PM #3
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01-01-2013, 02:06 AM #4
I had a bad tranny mount on my '85 G30 - acted a lot like that. Just a thought.
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