Hi all, I have seen several threads in the past where people asked about repairing the wax coating on their frame. This may be nice for others to know.
I recently took my ride in to have a good once over before my 36 month warranty expired. No real issues with the truck at all. My frame had rust on it, but I didn't think it was that excessive for living in WI. But I asked about it when I was there. To my shock, they volunteered to repair the rust spots and re-coat it under warranty.
Here's some before photos of my frame:
By Brian Balentine
I am currently in the process of rebuilding my 2003 ss silverado. It started with the brake lines and turned into way more. It's already lowered but I was wondering how low can I really make it without damaging the awd components. Don't have the money to experiment with different parts. It's currently lowered 3/4. Have tons on pictures I will add later.
Hi all new to the forum. Recently I changed the front rotors and pads and rear drums and shoes on my 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 4x4. Problem I’m having is the park brake won’t hold on hills like it did before. I set the rear drums so they lightly drag when turning them by hand and “seated” the pda by driving in reverse and hitting the brakes a few times. I tightened up the park brake cable as I thought it may have stretched. My dad has the same truck and his will hold with one click in reverse on an incline mine will hold but not in reverse on incline just wondering what else to try other than wait for pads to seat better? Any help would be appreciated thanks in advance.
I am back to GM for my truck. I got a 2017 L5P High Country. I love the truck. I have a couple of gripes. The calipers have surface rust on them. I know it is surface, but I have had a bunch of trucks over the years. Never had rust on them. Not on GMC, Chevy, Toyota or Dodge. Also my brakes squeek at low speeds.. drives me up the wall. I have asked the dealer about it...they said for Chevy it is normal??
It sounds like bad design if that is true. I want to clean up my brake calipers but it is under warranty... Do they cover this ...as it is surface??
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