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ct_corey

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  1. getting the brakes right is pretty damn important. 900k units were recalled.
  2. Or the people who wanted to not have to worry about random brake failures
  3. 2.5 spacer lift really isn't the best for these trucks and even the last generation. I would go down to a smaller spacer/ purchase a proper lift set up. TB axles new are $$$$
  4. My lawyer was free. Gm paid the attorney costs. Why do it yourself. Let an attorney maximize what's owed to you.
  5. Consult an attorney first. Why let Bbb make the decision. Laws are cut and dry. Bbb is a decision made by 3rd party.
  6. google a lemon law attorney if your state. They take the cases for free and get paid by Gm at the end. All you need to get the ball rolling is a phone call. Right off the bat they will tell you if its worth it to peruse. Lemon laws are pretty cut and dry. I didn't do a damn thing but email all my repair orders to them and my purchase agreement. 3 months later I got a huge check. Traded in the truck and now drive another brand.
  7. You are wasting your time. lemon law it. Final repair notice is going to do shit. I won my lemon law case within 3 months.
  8. Cant wait to see what the die hard GM defenders say about this. 2019 random brake failures. Now is 2020 your truck may catch on fire. I thought all these 2019 issues were just first year growing pains?
  9. My current 19 and my last 2016 both burned zero oil between changes. My 16 was a lease and I beat the shit out of it. From towing to hard driving to 4 wheeling. after 50k it still didn't burn a drop of oil. My 19 that has a lifter knock so loud at cold start I can hear it in my house. The truck misfires at idle, and it still doesn't burn an oil between changes. I run the same 0w20 from the dealer that everyone else runs. Just because GM tells you its normal doesn't mean it is..... There main goal is to not replace an engine so they will tell you this bullshit is normal.
  10. My truck has the exact same issue. Dealer recoated it at no charge.
  11. 900, 000 units recalled for a potential brake failure while GM did nothing to alert people and tried to sweep in under the rug with update after update. That's much more then a rogue issue. I get the fact issues happen. And it happens to all auto companies. Their general piss poor customer service and lack of integrity to help people with issues has made many people on here regret buying a GM product.
  12. Gotta love the fact that you have to cross your fingers and hope that a brake failure doesn't happen.
  13. If you are concerned with the truck, walk down to the service department and ask for the service records. Every visit is documented with detailed notes and repairs. Should be easy if you are purchasing from a chevy dealer.
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