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#98 of 198 Re: 2010 Chevy Tahoe Vibration [bonnatw]
Jan 27, 2011 (9:41 am)
the same story - over and over - you would think they get it right at some point - no way - there are 2011 models having the same problem - the worse part is when they tell you hat is the way it should feel - making you wonder if you are stupid and crazy - GM man up to the fact there is a problem - fix it - and be proud of your work -
#99 of 198 Re: 2011 Suburban [dtrapani]
Feb 01, 2011 (9:57 am)
Will you please email me with your VIN current mileage and more information about your situation?
GM Customer Service
#100 of 198 Re: 2011 Suburban [meachamd]
Apr 19, 2011 (5:38 am)
I am having the same problem with my 2009 Suburban that was purchased new from the dealership. I have taken it in numerous times to be told each time it is supposed to drive that way. My father in law has a 2009 Yukon that does not drive like this. Could you please send me the GM document you mentioned in your post that helped you resolve your problem? Thank you.
#101 of 198 Re: 2011 Suburban [etn09]
Apr 19, 2011 (6:28 am)
Subject:EI07266 - Vehicle/Tire Vibration, P275/5R20, LT265/70R17, P285/45R22, LT245/75R16, P265/70R17 #07-03-10-013A - (11/01/2007)
Models:2007-2008 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV, Escalade EXT
2007-2008 Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe
2007-2008 GMC Sierra, Yukon, Yukon XL
with any of the following Tire RPO's:
- QSS (P275/55R20)
- QXT (LT265/70R17)
- QST (P285/45R22)
- QIZ (LT245/75R16)
- QAS / QAN (P265/70R17)
- QJM / QJP (P265/70R17)
Attention: Proceed with this bulletin ONLY if the customer has commented about this concern AND the EI number is listed in GMVIS. If the customer has not commented about this condition or the EI does not show in GMVIS, disregard the bulletin and proceed with diagnostics found in published Service Information. THIS IS NOT A RECALL -- refer to Service Bulletin 04-00-89-053A for more detail on the use of Engineering Information bulletins.
This bulletin is being revised to add tire RPOs QST, QIZ, QAS, QAN, QJM and QJP. In addition, step 11 has been revised to request the 11-digit DOT number of the tire. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 07-03-10-013 (Section 03 -- Suspension).
Some customers may comment on a vehicle/tire vibration.
GM Engineering is attempting to determine the root cause of reported tire vibrations on vehicles equipped with P275/55R20, LT265/70R17, P285/45R22, LT245/75R16 or P265/70R17 tires. GM has a need to obtain information during diagnosis and BEFORE repair. This information will be used by engineering to "root cause" the customer's concern and develop/validate a field fix.
If the customer's concern can not be duplicated -- disregard this bulletin. If the customer's concern can be duplicated, complete the following steps. Be sure to note the following information on the repair order:
Verify that the VIN and mileage listed on the repair order is accurate. Describe the customer's concern (i.e. shake, buzz, roughness, tingling). Note when (mph, idle, accel, decel, etc) and where (steering column, seat, etc) the vibration is felt. Document the tire size and manufacturer of the tires currently on the vehicle. Inspect the following components to verify that they are in good working condition. Note any "faults" on the repair order:
• tire/wheel assemblies
• steering components
• suspension components
Install the J 38792-A (Electronic Vibration Analyzer -- EVA) sensor to the component identified by the customer as the most respondent to the vibration. If no component was identified, install the J 38792-A sensor to the steering column. Select a smooth, level road and slowly accelerate the vehicle up to highway speed. Observe the vehicle for disturbances that match the customer's description and note the following conditions:
• Vehicle speed
• Engine RPM
• Transmission gear range and specific gear
• Vibration frequency reading, detected by the J 38792-A
If the sensor was originally placed on the steering column, and the vibration seems to excite a particular component of the vehicle more than the steering column, move the J 38792-A sensor to that component and repeat steps 6 and 7. Does the frequency data clearly fall within the tire/wheel parameters? (Refer to Symptoms -- Vibration Diagnosis and Correction, found in SI).
• NO -- continue to diagnose and repair the vibration not related to the tire and wheel assembly. • YES -- proceed with Step 10.
Using the HUNTER GSP9700 Roadforce/Balancer, measure the roadforce variation of each tire/wheel assembly. Also, with the original balance weights still installed, measure the inboard and outboard imbalance. Record the findings on the RO. Record on the repair order, the 11-digit DOT number found on the rim flange of the tire.
PRIOR to making any repairs, contact the engineer listed below with information from your diagnosis. The engineer will provide direction to repair the customer's concern. For vehicles located in SE Michigan, the engineer may need to physically inspect the vehicle
#102 of 198 Re: 2011 Suburban [etn09]
Apr 19, 2011 (6:45 am)
I would like to look into this further for you, could you please email me your VIN?
Caron, GM Customer Service
#103 of 198 Re: 2011 Suburban [gmcustsvc]
Apr 19, 2011 (8:26 am)
Thank you Edmunds for allowing us to network our agravations on brand new GM products. If GM hired the same amount of Quality Control people as they do "customer service" they might build a vehicle worth owning! I predict the company will be out of business (again) in 5 years. If you think the Tahoe lines have problems, check out the GMC Acadia platforms. Terrible. And to watch the secrecy and oblivion and run around after the sale is just pathetic.
#104 of 198 Tahoe Vibration Problems
Apr 20, 2011 (12:57 pm)
Chevrolet Tahoe Vibration Problems, it's been over a year now since I brought my Tahoe. If I could trade it in and get the pay off for it I would. I will never own a Chevrolet again as long as if live. Actually any GM car. So if you're thinking of buying one look at Edmunds.com to make a intelligent decision. I still have the vibration. Chevrolet is going under again, and I hope all of GM with it.
#105 of 198 Re: Tahoe Vibration Problems [meachamd]
Apr 21, 2011 (9:11 am)
Have you spoke with a dealer or Customer Assistance? Can you please provide your VIN? I look forward to your response.
GM Customer Service
#106 of 198 Re: Tahoe Vibration Problems [meachamd]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Apr 21, 2011 (9:49 am)
Are you still on the original tires? You may want to swing by a tire shop for an evaluation and perhaps rebalancing or an alignment.
#107 of 198 Re: 2010 Chevy Tahoe Vibration [bmwm2]
May 29, 2011 (11:50 am)
did they fix the vibration ???