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mookdoc6 replied to Knotsure's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra2016 SLT 75,000 AFM working with no intention of disabling it. AC compressor seized is only thing that has troubled me. 10K Oil Intervals.
Let us know? I was initially sold on ceramic pads long time ago and had issues every time with glazing,warping etc. I have stayed far away from that combo. Also, I would be using AC Delco Silicone Brake lube on pins. I recently slapped on EBC rotors and pads front and back...and I will say they are dirtier but very impressed with the combo.....I don't fade away or Vibrate on the hills in 110f anymore. Hope your Rotor is not warped and situation ultimately happens again 3-5 months later all because of swelled bushings and crappy slide lube.
I would agree for the guys/gals who rip the snot out of em and I know quite a few they are done with em @ 3yrs and on to the next truck. Usually it's justified, as it's their bread and butter maker. 3yrs is getting higher resale and the dealer usually let's em get away with murder on the price because they will be back very quickly.
I am not here to tell you what and what not to do. But....do only put silicone based grease/lubricant on brake componets and slide pins etc. You can and will swell all associated components,bushings, seals etc. 2qty things....Buy HIGH QUALITY JACK/STANDS...and NEVER CUT CORNERS ON BRAKES!
mookdoc6 replied to Blackbeard6's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingYou can checks out FERDS dash on every 2014 and later that are bubbled up? Not allowed to expand/contract? Intermittent Popping a few times a year is the least of my worries?
mookdoc6 replied to Blackbeard6's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingIt's the plastic bezel around the stereo is what is causing the popping! Hot-cold, Cold-Hot some guys have pulled it off and applied felt or something to the tabs that hold it in place and it seemed to work? Look for the thread.
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