What causes clunks and squeaks in the suspension?

What causes clunks and squeaks in the suspension?

Clunks, groans and squeaks that only occur during acceleration, deceleration, sudden speed changes or when encountering bumps usually point to loose, worn or deteriorated suspension components. Check the control arm bushings, ball joints, sway bar mounts and shocks.

What causes cyclic vibration on a 4×4 truck?

Cyclic vibrations can also be caused by excessive driveshaft angle. This may be a problem if somebody has raised or lowered the stock ride height of the vehicle by more than several inches. It’s a common problem on 4×4 trucks that have been raised excessively with a lift kit.

What causes a vibration in a 6l transmission?

Other sources of a vibration include insufficient damping or isolation of the engine or driveline, an irregular combustion event, and Active Fuel Management (AFM) disturbances. TIP: DEXRON 6 is the only approved automatic transmission fluid (ATF) to be used with 6L transmissions (RPO MYA, MYB, MYC, MYD) at this time.

Is the GMC Yukon front magnetic shocks defective?

Front magnetic shocks quickly failed, part no. Sk3354. Part has been on backorder for over a month, which means it is failing on many vehicles. Part is known by repair shops to be defective, but they say the replacement part lasts longer. Gm should pay something toward replacing this defective part, which is on many of their vehicles.

Why did both struts go out on my GMC Yukon?

Both struts went out on the car at once. When we went to the dealer, we were told that there were no struts in the country, and they have no idea when they will be available. When we called back this week to check on the progress, there is no progress at all.

When to get a new GMC Yukon Suspension?

Not very many miles to be in need of a new shock on the most expensive suspension system gm makes. Vehicle has been at the dealer with gm involvement starting January 6th and it has been out of the repair facility for less than 2 weeks up to today, 4/1/2021.

Why does my GMC Yukon shake at 35 mph?

Vehicle shakes/vibrates above 35 mph. When vehicle accelerates above 35 mph the the steering will vibrate with a feeling that the suspension is shimmying/shuddering rapidly. This is especially bad on an incline from a stopped position.

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Ruth Doyle