I have a 2002 Chevy Silverado. There is front end vibration at all speeds. It idles from fifteen to thirty miles an hour, and feels like I have an egg for a tire. There is a horrible vibration while driving Highway speeds; sixty to seventy-five miles an hour. I checked the tires and rotated them, but there's no difference. I also replaced both front wheel bearing hubs. I went down and replaced the front differential fluid and a bunch of metal on the magnet. Then, I noticed the CV axles leaking. The truck needs tie rods, ball joints and alignment, but could that be the cause of the vibration?

Answer

It would be a good place to start if the vehicle needs them and the parts are worn. This vibration will be process of elimination.

Updated on April 10, 2018

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Steering Wheel Vibration:  My Car Shakes While I’m Driving
By Eddie Carrara
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