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Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby blazer707 [OP] » October 7th 2009, 12:27am

Hi,
I just bought a awd 99 astro with 154,000 mls and was wondering is it normal for the tire to bind and bark in the parking lot while you are turning ?? I know it is a 4 wheel drive ,but is there any slipping mechinism any where that is suppose to adjust for tight turns ?
:shrug: Thanks, Glyn
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby AstroAustin » October 7th 2009, 2:47am

I'm pretty sure that is normal.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby astroturf » October 7th 2009, 3:13am

blazer707 wrote:Hi,
I just bought a awd 99 astro with 154,000 mls and was wondering is it normal for the tire to bind and bark in the parking lot while you are turning ?? I know it is a 4 wheel drive ,but is there any slipping mechinism any where that is suppose to adjust for tight turns ?
:shrug: Thanks, Glyn


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There is just such an adjustment. It is built into a vehicle from the manufacturer. Its called Ackermann Steering Geometry. More info can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ackermann_ ... g_geometry
Its not generally checked by lessor automotive shops, because it takes extra steps and time to check. But, by going the extra steps to check this measurement during an alignment, a tech can find issues with your vehicles front end. Don't settle for a squawking front end when turning. Have it checked and measured. A quick tip and question is, does it make the same tire rub and squall for both right and left turns?
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby Jasen » October 7th 2009, 3:19am

I didn't know that Turf.

Could it possibly be cheap tires.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby MobileCustoms » October 7th 2009, 3:21am

My recently aquired '95 AWD is smooth as glass in tight turns...so far at least!
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby ihatemybike » October 7th 2009, 3:22am

Actually that sound like the transfer case is engaging all the time, which is not normal. I've had AWD vans with both types of transfer cases and never had this problem. First thing I'd do is a fluid change.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby Mr_Bowtie » October 7th 2009, 3:25am

Got the same size tires on there right?
When I had my old tires on my Van they were so worn down that the Van would squak the tires in a parking lot on a tight turn. I haven't had any weird noises or tires break loose since I put new tires on it. :shrug:
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby MobileCustoms » October 7th 2009, 3:39am

astroturf wrote:
blazer707 wrote:Hi,
I just bought a awd 99 astro with 154,000 mls and was wondering is it normal for the tire to bind and bark in the parking lot while you are turning ?? I know it is a 4 wheel drive ,but is there any slipping mechinism any where that is suppose to adjust for tight turns ?
:shrug: Thanks, Glyn


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There is just such an adjustment. It is built into a vehicle from the manufacturer. Its called Ackermann Steering Geometry. More info can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ackermann_ ... g_geometry
Its not generally checked by lessor automotive shops, because it takes extra steps and time to check. But, by going the extra steps to check this measurement during an alignment, a tech can find issues with your vehicles front end. Don't settle for a squawking front end when turning. Have it checked and measured. A quick tip and question is, does it make the same tire rub and squall for both right and left turns?
Hope this helps, Jim



Before you go and tear into it to start replacing parts, a good first starting point is make sure that you have an accurate wheel alignment done, while checking for more than normal slop and wear in all the front end components.
with the Ackerman model in mind, say if you were turning sharply to the left but your right front wheel is out of alignment and toed out too much, it would would have to try to travel much further to keep up with the inner left wheel, thus rotating more times than the inside(or left) wheel. There's enough play built into the front differential to account for this UNTIL you have a bad wheel alignment which will throw it beyond what it's capable of compensating for. This causes the binding of the gears, both in the differential as well as the front drive axle joints, but most of the binding is actually happening right in the differential gears which in turn, makes the front wheels "clunk". Not to mention if you have a bad alignment that the front tires will be trying to pull in different directions which will also be much more noticeable during those really tight turns.

In short, having a really good wheel alignment is a good thing, especially crucial in an all wheel drive.

And as said above, different tires can make a big difference too!
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby timelessbeing » December 10th 2009, 2:55am

This is a well-known problem with '99 and later AWD vans. Mine did the same thing. Drain your transfer case, and refill with GM Auto-trak II fluid, and your problem will probably go away.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby Gus_Mahn » December 24th 2009, 8:13pm

timelessbeing wrote:This is a well-known problem with '99 and later AWD vans. Mine did the same thing. Drain your transfer case, and refill with GM Auto-trak II fluid, and your problem will probably go away.
It does sound like the intra-axle differntial/clutch is hanging up. There needs to be some slip to prevent binding. I know posi rear ends will bind unless limited slip additive is added to the gear lube. I wonder if this can be added to the t-case to help this issue? It's probably best to just change the fluid with GM approved fluid.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby astroturf » December 28th 2009, 3:22am

blazer707 wrote:Hi,
I just bought a awd 99 astro with 154,000 mls and was wondering is it normal for the tire to bind and bark in the parking lot while you are turning ?? I know it is a 4 wheel drive ,but is there any slipping mechinism any where that is suppose to adjust for tight turns ?
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby Cologne » December 28th 2009, 5:11am

You know I was wondering that too. Mine bind and crunk sometimes also. I was thinking maybe my u-joints are going bad. I would have them checked out.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby blazer707 [OP] » December 28th 2009, 7:40pm

Thanks for great replies ...I put auto-trac Gm fluid in the tranny, and it really fixed the barking of the tires. I have read that the transfer case is suppose to slip to allow differential on tight corners.
I also power in to tight corners on pavement and finish coasting through the tail end of the turn with no foot on the pedal. :swerve:
I looks for gravel turnaround spots all the time instead of pavement .
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby tedanderson » December 29th 2009, 5:58pm

It might depend on the surface of the parking lot. A lot that I normally park in was recently resurfaced using a blowtorch and some sort of black tar substance. Ever since they left, my tires bark every time I make a tight turn in that lot and everyone looks at me like I am crazy because it sounds like I am peeling out or doing donuts.

I know that I need new tires and an alignment on both of my vehicles (the other happens to be a 4WD mini SUV) but they do the same amount of barking.

EDIT: I didn't see the last post where you showed resolution to your problem. :thumbup:
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby blazer707 [OP] » December 31st 2009, 1:44am

hi my last post is the resolution ...check it out ...thank you for your interest.... auto-tract-and new driving habits :driving:
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby gmtech68 » January 2nd 2010, 5:06am

My 93 AWD has toasted both the front and rear ring and pinion in the last few months. When the rear went, it snapped off the pinion at 65 mph. It fortunately pulls itself with the front diff and no rear driveshaft. I thought the older vans used a viscous coupling in the transfer case. The previous owner using different sized tires probably caused all the problems in the first place.
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Re: Tires bind when turning AWD

Postby 95-1ton » March 17th 2010, 2:57am

mine is also doing this problem, but i thought it might have been the cause, or effect, from the driver's side front axleshaft being pulled out... that i fixed, but it still does it... it has 4 215/75's on it, but 3 different manufacturers so i guess i should buy 4 of the same... with 150XXX on it, a transfer case flush should be on the list...

has anyone else had this experience other than those who have posted already...?
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