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Brake Pad Life

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I need to get mine done I’m at 5,000 miles and 43% pad life not as bad as some I’ve seen on here. I’m gonna get it done when I take it in for the seatbelt recall


If your over 6K they won’t reprogram it


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1 hour ago, RyanbabZ71 said:

 


If your over 6K they won’t reprogram it


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I won’t be when it goes in. Going to bring it in in the next week or 2 just broke 5,000miles

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If your over 6K they won’t reprogram it

 

 

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Pretty sure they replace if over 6K but I was also well under

 

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Pretty sure they replace if over 6K but I was also well under  


They aren’t supposed to


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3 hours ago, RyanbabZ71 said:

 


If your over 6K they won’t reprogram it


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I’m at 23k and they did. They were originally supposed to put on new pads, then said that was only for the Cadillac. So it was reset to 100%. They tell me that my pads weren’t showing any wear and our close to that. Maybe, those are almost all highway miles. But whatever. I’m just glad it’s not throwing up error messages any more, or showing 14%. 

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Anybody else curious if it goes negative?

 

Mine is turned off but hey, be cool to see it say -157%. 

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It is an official recall for the 2019 Sierra soI assume for the Silverado also. Took about 45 mon for a software update. It shows 99 % now.

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It is an official recall for the 2019 Sierra soI assume for the Silverado also. Took about 45 mon for a software update. It shows 99 % now.
Is there something else? A bulletin isn't the same as a recall.

Just curious because mine was fixed months ago and I never had a recall about it.

Since it's just something visual and not safety related, I can't imagine it was an actual recall.

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When I went to mygmc.com it showed the recall. I took it to my dealer and they didn't know about it yet. When I told them it was on MYGMC.com they looked it up and said they had been updating them but were not aware of the recall but that it was right there. 

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I just looked and I now have 2 more recalls.

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I found the receipt. The recall number is N192264451.

11/22/2019 N192264451 Customer Satisfaction: PREMATURE BRAKE WEAR NOTIFICATION
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I found the receipt. The recall number is N192264451.

11/22/2019 N192264451 Customer Satisfaction: PREMATURE BRAKE WEAR NOTIFICATION
That's interesting.  I do see the recalls now on the website and I also have 2 but they are these:

  • N192273510 -  Loose Alternator Cable
  • N192268090 - Brake System Malfunction Warning
I do NOT have N192264451 but I wonder if that's because I had it fixed already.  I wouldn't expect them to be that "on the ball" quite frankly, but maybe they have an OTA system capable of this. Just because I had it fixed prior to an official recall.

 

 

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Mine shows the same 2 recalls needed but does not show the one I had done anywhere. If I would not have found the receipt I would have never come up with the number.

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I dropped off my '19 Sierra with 3007 miles at the dealership to fizx the brake pad life indicator (currently at 62% on mostly highway miles), seatbelt fire hazard recall, and learned of a loose alternator cable recall as they were writing up the service ticket. Being honest, I am disappointed that there are 3 recalls on a $60,000 vehicle in the first two months of ownership.

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I dropped off my '19 Sierra with 3007 miles at the dealership to fizx the brake pad life indicator (currently at 62% on mostly highway miles), seatbelt fire hazard recall, and learned of a loose alternator cable recall as they were writing up the service ticket. Being honest, I am disappointed that there are 3 recalls on a $60,000 vehicle in the first two months of ownership.

 

Well, it's 4. You should call them back up and ask about the Brake recall I mentioned. (N192268090) There are 2 apparently. One for Brake Life % and one for malfunction.

 

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