When turning at low speed, as in a parking lot, the front seems to "crab".
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2001 GMC Sierra C3 Question: Drive train seems to "crab"
Answer #1dandd June 01, 2010, 15:12Master
This could be caused by a defective or glazed power steering belt and or belt tensioner, that is causing the belt to skip. This is actually pretty common.
ReplyTomcatz, June 01, 2010, 17:27Rookie
I was think of perhaps a bad sensor in the AWD system. This would send a bad/incorrect signal to the control system.
Answer #2Visitor, September 03, 2010, 20:37
transfer case is locked up,remedy may be flush and refill as per service bulletin.
Answer #3Visitor, February 04, 2011, 07:19
Mine did the same thing and it ended up bieng a bad gear in the center differential. Had to have it replaced. Spendy, but fixed the problem.