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In this video we will be going through 12 things that will break on your 2014-2019 GM Truck. We will be specifically talking about many issues that have occurred on my 2014 Silverado as well as other common issues across the GM lineup for those model years. These sister vehicles include the GMC Yukon and Sierra as well as the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban. We have linked many of the solutions for these problems below under associated videos. Enjoy and please let us know of any issues that I have forgotten so we can make a part 2. Issues Covered: 1. 6L80 Torque Converter 2. 8l90 Shudder 3. Chevy Shake 4. Exploding Driveshaft 5. DOD/AFM 5.B Do Range Devices Work? 6. Paint Quality 7.A Frame Issues 7.B Worse Frame Issues 8. Dash Rattles 9. Bad Grounds 10. Leaking 11. Exploding Glass 12. AC #SilveradoProblems #GMTrucks #Sierraproblems Try anything shown in this video at your own risk Associated videos that show how to fix or prevent some of the issues: 1. 6L90 Torque Converter Install: https://youtu.be/kfPbld26iT8 2. 3. 4. Drive Shaft Upgrade: https://youtu.be/Iw9tjybXr1w 5. 6. 7. Fixing Frame: https://youtu.be/4gwSxIMd96s 8. Dash Rattles Gone: https://youtu.be/SYwx4unMG2U 9. 10. No More Leaks: https://youtu.be/Ft3-aVCLoGk 11. 12. Cold AC Again: https://youtu.be/QxtxHJRDy5M
Well I ordered all the parts this morning to do the rear axle shafts and brake job. Truck has 81,XXX miles on it. Factory pads are about gone. The passenger side axle shaft seal is back to leaking pretty bad. It was R&R'd at 16k and has been sweating ever since and the dealer didn't want to hear it. 9 months later when I bought our new Enclave, I made sure I didn't step foot in that dealer. Anyway, I've also had the driveshaft balanced by a local shop which helped out quite a bit. All but one person who I've found did Yukon shafts said it fixed the vibration. So for $260, worth the old college try. Parts list en route are.... -Yukon Axle Shafts -ACDelco Wheel bearings (both sides) -ACDelco axle shaft seals (both sides) -GM Diff cover gasket (yes I know its reusable but I've already used it once with my PML Cover and put silicone on it. ) -Raybestos Police package rotors. I read that these are mill balanced to a pretty good spec. Tolerances in general are much tighter. -Raybestos hybrid ceramic truck pads While I have it apart I'm going to do a gear pattern check, R&P backlash check at multiple locations around the ring AND check the pinion pre-load measurement. I read that one of these lemon buy back vibrators was donated to a tech school and upon disassembly the pinion pre-load was zero. Yes, zero. So i'm going through the axle my way.