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    Default Acceleration shudder through cab

    Hey Guys, can anyone tell me if this is normal:

    Got a 2010 silverado 5.3/ 6 speed 3.08 rearend.

    When accelerating from 20-40, heavier foot, you can feel almost a shudder through the cab, nothing bad, but noticable.

    Is this normal? Vibration and lugging felt through the cab created by the engine?

    Or is this something worse, like drive shaft u-joint going to heck? If so, how can I tell the difference? Maybe someone can drive thier truck and see the same?


    Thanks in advance

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    Wouldn't say its normal. Shouldn't vibrate or shudder, at any throttle position. Unless maybe rear wheels lose traction and grip again. Sounds like something with the power train, I would assume the drive shaft. Any service lights on? If not sounds like a drive-shaft issue and would take to dealership to take a look. Should still be under power train warranty unless you have over 100,000 miles.

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