I have a vibration on the floor borad and feet when i excelorate and steer from left to rightI have a vibration on the floor board of the truck and goes away when i pull to the right when i hold the wheel to left on a shoulder it does a groveling noise, i just replaced the carrier bearing, the ujoints on the drive line before the 1st axle,and aligned the drive lines it stared when i lost the airbag leveler and then replaced it41086.2027290162
Changed 2 u joints on the drive shaft before the 1st axle,carrier bearing and align the drive shafts, friend said to lower my airbags, and could be the motor mounts,i had a flat on the front left steer and now i have a new mismatched tire balanced and mounted,driving down the road today if u hold the wheel to the left on the right shoulder it grovals and if u hold it to the right is seems to go away
Good morning my name is XXXXX XXX I am here to assist you. The key here is that it started after changing a leveling valve. If the valve linkage is not adjusted correctly then ride height is incorrect. When the ride height is incorrect the driveline working angles are incorrect. When the driveline angles are wrong you will get torrsional vibration through the driveline into the transmission that is usually felt by the driver through the floor boards, seat and often the gear shift lever. This vibration is damaging it will cause fretting on the drive axle input shaft as well as causing the pins on the trans syncho to break off if not corrected. Ride height varies by suspension brand and OEM. Please respond back if you have additional qustions.
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