2011 2500HD Vibration
I have had a shaking problem since I bought it. Dealer does not want to accept my
complaint. First said it was tires. Next that is the way it drives . They don't want to accept
take it in for service , because it would be recorded and they would lose there truck of the
year status.Does anyone else have the same problem
I also have a vibration issue. I have the 2011 crew cab ltz, z71 with 8600 miles. Recently tried wheel balancing and swapping........didn't fix. Will be taking it in again soon. My vibration starts around 60 and gets a little more noticeable about 70. What are your conditions and how many miles do you have on your truck?
I too have a vibration problem with my 2011 Sliverado 1500 LT extended Cab. On my first trip the mechanic replaced 3 tires . Seemed to help some but problem still presist at speeds from 45-70 mph. Most noticable around 70 mph though. I drove truck about 200 miles yesterday all interstate miles. The vibration while not consistent was really noticable during much of the trip. Truck is back at shop now. If anyone has a 2011 Silverado that has had this issue, would you please post what the resolution was if it has been fixed?
I have a 2011 chevy silerado as well, I have vibration at 40-80mph, Dealer replaed the drive shaft, Balanced the tires 3 times, I still have the shake, Goin back to the dealer again, 5th time, 4000 miles on my new truck, They will be fixing this problem, I dont give up that easy, While this is not somthing i want to do with a brand new truck, Chevy will have to deal with me till this is fixed,
I too have a 2011 chevy silverado club cab same issues been in the shop 3 times 1st time put 3 new tires on ,next time took it to a diff chevy dealer they put cushioning in the front end.that didn't solve the prob .took it back and they replaced the 4th tire and that didn't solve the prob. the second dealer said it can't be fixed. I notified GM and GM appointed a rep to drive the truck. took rep for drive and he felt the vibration in the pass seat. gave me a paper stating that this is a problem with the truck and suggested to drive around with 500lbs in the back might help. this I don't think I really want to do since I only get 13 miles per gallon. He said it's my problem they can't help me! THIS IS NOT EXCEPTABLE!!!! Is it my mistake because I bought a chevy? has anyone gotten a resolution to this ovious problem the truck has?
All sounds very familiar...I have a 2011 2500hd ext cab 4x4 with a vibration between 38-45 mph unless it is loaded or hauling my fifth wheel. Then it changes and vibrates at a higher speed. My mechanic blames it on the two rear cab mounts and wants to replace them...
Sounds like alot of truck owners are having this same prob Gm knows it's a problem but unwilling to help us out!!!
I have a brand new 2012 Chevy 2500hd with less than 600miles on the clock and im having the same issues! The truck has been to the dealer twice now. Jim
Chevy suck's, Custumer service sucks, All i ask that if you pay 35k for a vehicle it is safe, No my POS. my dealer just wants me to keep droping it off, Says all is good 2 drive shafts later, WOW its still there, I swear they hire kids and i get kid work out of them. Chevy strongest long lasting truck my butt,
I have the same vibration problem in my 2011 Silverado Crew Cab. Most noticeable on smooth asphalt roads above 60 mph. Dealership has been very helpful and tried all the tire/wheel/body mount fixes. Vibration still there, but can't fault the dealership, they did anything I asked. Drove other new trucks at the dealership and it seemed they all had the vibration. Everyone is stumped, and no fixes coming from GM. Anyone have an idea?
Thinking it could be in the rear drive shaft angle telescoping the vibration to the front so it always seems like tire shake...Dodge had the same problem a few years back ('041/2) and we had to shim the rear end to change the angle. No one seems to want to listen to me...
i too am having a problem with my 2013 silverado 1500 x-cab.the dealer says its a common characteristic of the truck.im a die hard chevy man,but this has me furious.im a mechanic by trade in kingman az.ive talked about the problem with the owner of the local drive shaft shop.he has fixed this problem on a few trucks.the best way to explain it is,the drive shafts are too long.there should have been a two piece shaft.think of a jump rope,whenan aluminum shaft that length flexis just a little it starts acting as a whip.thats not good.how long will the trans tail housing bushing and seal last not to mention the damage its doing to the pinion.im having a drive shaft replaced this week im pretty sure its not gonna fix it.im gonna find out how my warranty may be affected if i install a two piece shaft myself.ill post later with the outcome.i cant believe gm knows of this problem for years and still building the same truck.
2009 Chevy Silverado 2500HD. Just started noticing the vibration at around 47,000 miles. Happens right around 45-50 mph. I just had all my tires balanced and the pickup aligned and I have new tires. Haven't talked to anyone from Chevy about it yet but after reading a few different forums it sounds like it may just be a waste of time. I'm with Lilly in thinking this is only going to start a cascade of failures down the road...
I have a 2005 2500hd duramax with same problem, vibration when in torque situation. Shimming transmission support of 3/8 inch did the job After 20,000km rubber support of transmission is compress! , and angle of drive shaft faulse.
I have no answer! The exact problem with no good answer. At 52 Miles per hour, the rear end starts to bob up and down as if the hubs are warped. I was told the same things, "it tires, the truck is old , it's not on us. What I believe to be the problem, The rear end is skewed from having weight in the bed. My theory is the alignment of the axle casing is not true and the result is an oblong motion being picked up from less than perfect tires. I am going to measure the alignment and see if it is true. Keep you posted
If the truck is still under warranty take it to a dealer and have them put a damper on the steering column
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