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OT: 5 mph tire screeching...


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Guest Anonymous

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Hi all,

Happy Father's Day!

My daily driver is a 2001 Chevy S10 4x4 pickup truck.

I've noticed in the last few days when I am making turns (close to 90 degrees) my tires screech as if I was speeding on turns or ripping out.

WTF?

This happens as slow as 3-5 mph. Anyone have any clue as to why it would do this?

TIA

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Guest Anonymous

is that either that the rear differential isn't working correctly (partially locked?), or somehow 4wd is engaged or partially engaged.

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Guest Anonymous

1) your tires are getting older and less grippy.

2) Chevy engineers may have sacrificed correct steering geometry at extreme angles in order to get a shorter turning radius. I know my xterra does the same.

3) both the above

4) worn joints or other parts may be causing misalignment when you're hard a-port or a-sta'board. 'Specially if it's getting worse.

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