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2004 Silverado vibration

Discussion in 'Chevy Silverado Forum (GMC Sierra)' started by Chris Platte, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. Chris Platte

    Chris Platte New Member


    I have a 2004 silverado and it just started viberating. It only does it when on the throttle between 25 and 45 mph. any idea would be great.

  2. mfleetwood

    mfleetwood Rockstar 4 Years ROTM Winner 5000 Posts

    Hi Chris - Did you recently hit a curb, change tires (or one of them), do front end work, etc.? Any additional background/info would be helpful.
  3. Chris Platte

    Chris Platte New Member

    all i have done is replace the brakes on the rear. it strarted during a hunting trip with lots of mud but I washed it for over an hour thinking there was some mud stuck somewhere but it didnt make any differnce.
  4. mfleetwood

    mfleetwood Rockstar 4 Years ROTM Winner 5000 Posts

    That's odd. Even though it doesn't sound like you did anything that would have caused the alignment change, my gut still says to have the alignment checked anyway. You could have hit a rock or root that was buried in the mud. However, let's see what others say, as someone may have the answer for sure.
  5. Chris Platte

    Chris Platte New Member

    yea i probably should have the alingment checked thanks for the quick response!
  6. luvit4it

    luvit4it New Member

    try checking any mud build up on the inside of rims that could throw the wheel balance off
  7. chevybulldog6

    chevybulldog6 Rockstar ROTM Winner 100 Posts

    This happens to me occasionally after wheeling. I end up getting mud on the inside of the wheels and in the front rotor vents. I just take the front tires off and clean the rims and spray out the rotor vents, problem solved. I hope this helps.

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