Last post on Feb 04, 2012 at 10:34 PM
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GMC Jimmy, SUV
#3 of 12 Re: woops, help! [repairdog]
Apr 21, 2007 (6:55 am)
Thanks! not quite sure how you would use the wood and hammer without offsetting the hub and jamming it, but the jaw puller eventually worked. Its amazing what having the right tools for the job does.
#5 of 12 2001 GMC Jimmy suspension
Jun 03, 2008 (6:57 pm)
My 2001 Jimmy has 84,000
I have new OEM shocks all around and New tires. My problem is that the vehichle rocks back and forth either by the wind or any small or large bumps,rocks, holes ect. Front end alignment seems to be a tiny bit off. Does anyone have this problem or ever had this problem? Oh it is a 2wd 4 door. Thanks
Sep 04, 2010 (10:26 am)
My father just bought a 2000 Jimmy. It seems to be in good order but, I noticed the body kinda wobbles when the steering wheel is turned. It doesn't feel safe, kinda like you are gonna roll over. I figure that the suspention needs a little tlc. Seeing how I'm the one thats gonna be doing the work on it, I should know a little about it. I do know it has a rack and pinion style front suspention. I haven't seen this on a 4x4. Is there still a tracbar? Antisway bar? Shocks and coil springs or struts? Any info anyone is willing to send would be a plus. I can't get underneath the truck for a couple of days, so having an idea about what i'm gonna be looking at when i do would be awsome. Thanks.
#8 of 12 steering column
Jan 25, 2011 (2:33 pm)
Does anyone know what might be causing loud squeaking sound during steering or going over bumps, especially at the front of the car?
#10 of 12 97 jimmy leaning to the left
Dec 17, 2006 (6:54 pm)
I have a 97 Gmc jimmy that looking at the rear bumper seems to be lower on the left hand side. Vehicle has new tires brand new shocks all the way around and cab mounts seem to be okay. Also I dont see anything wrong with the rear springs.
I also adjusted up the torsion bar on the left side by three turns which made a minimal difference. Im trying to resolve this so that I can set check the ride height and get this vehicle aligned. I work in an independent shop and see a lot of blazers and jimmys but have never come across this problem.
Also when I hit the brakes I hear a loud groan under the front of the vehicle. The front end is tight I was wondering if its possibly the front sway bar bushings creaking.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
#11 of 12 Re: 97 jimmy leaning to the left [mybeagles]
Dec 19, 2006 (4:29 am)
Alignment shop should find why for you - probably a bad bushing or you torqued the torsion bars unevenly and if a 2dr the spare inside. Front end noise on 4wds could be the lower ball joints or steering linkage - or the sway bar bushings in the frame mount brackets - or a whole list of things.
#12 of 12 Re: 97 jimmy leaning to the left [mybeagles]
Feb 04, 2012 (10:34 pm)
It most likely has somthing to do with your Torsion bars. Either over/under torqued or a bad mount.