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How do i research an air condition problem on 2002 GMC Yukon Denali? The belt jumps when i accelerate (makes a really loud noise) if i turn off the ac when i first accelerate and turn it on when up to speed it does not vibrate. The belt has finally been thrown off. Replaced the belt and having the same vibration/noise problem. Thanks so much for any ...
I have a problem that I would like for you to help me with. I have a 2001 Mit. Galant and when driving, particularly on the highway, I hear a rubbing noise that sounds like it is occurring under the gas pedal. Sometimes it feels like a vibration under the pedal. But the sound and vibration stop when I turn my wheel just a little to the right. I would ...
I own a 2007 Sierra Classic, 2500HD, VIN 1GTHK23D57F166903. It has an audible vibration in the power train, most noticeable at the 55-65 MPH range. I'm told this is a normal characteristic of the truck. Quite frankly, I do not believe that. What is you corporate mailing address so I can send the specifics to you, in writing? Thank you.
What should I expect from my shop when my ABS light comes on. There is a vibration on the vehicle too.
I had to replace the front and rear mounts because of the vibration. No improvement and my mechanic (who specializes in Hondas) cannot find what is wrong. Can you help?
Sometimes when I accelerated i feel vibration and resistance from the pedal. Resistance feels similar to go up hill. It sounds and feels like the car doesn't have enough power. This is on flat surface as well. Rpm's stay around 2 1/2 and then goes back down below 2. The vibration remains even as the car approaches 40 - 50 miles then no longer noticible ...
On my 2011 Subaru Outback, despite regular rotations, balancing, alignments and nitrogen, I had a vibration problem that the dealer diagnosed as badly cupped and unevenly worn tires -after only 30K miles. He recommended replacing the OEM tires with better tires, and, if that didn't help, that he could install (under warranty) a "Drivability Kit". He ...

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