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13 hours ago, JansterZ71 said:

I had a leveling kit put on today.  I’m assuming they tore the Boot?

Ouch I doubt they will be covering it unless it was the dealer who installed it.

 

You would more then likely be better off taking this back to the installer of the leveling kit as it is no doubt them that created this problem.

Gm and your dealer should not have to cover this and more then likely wont so I wouldn't even waste the time. And did the boot get ripped or did the increased suspension angle create the problem? I also would say you are more then likely going to need to overhaul those front brakes, I cant imagine axle grease now heated and impeded into those front brake pads will be salvageable. 

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Ya , very well could be. id  Be asking again. I was the orginator iof this thread and after mine first blew I thought it would be fine with a replacement part. About 8-9 months after the replacement line was installed I got a recall

letter saying they would replace the defective line again.  I asked service manager and they replaced it with the same line that was from the faulty place to begin with so it could of  happened again.you assume the new peice they put on wont be defective again.  Always been a gm guy but these new 19-20 trucks are something special. At least my dealership was good with the constant breakdowns and giving me a loaner.  

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2 minutes ago, jasnak said:

Ya , very well could be. id  Be asking again. I was the orginator iof this thread and after mine first blew I thought it would be fine with a replacement part. About 8-9 months after the replacement line was installed I got a recall

letter saying they would replace the defective line again.  I asked service manager and they replaced it with the same line that was from the faulty place to begin with so it could of  happened again.you assume the new peice they put on wont be defective again.  Always been a gm guy but these new 19-20 trucks are something special. At least my dealership was good with the constant breakdowns and giving me a loaner.  

Sorry guys. The email link took to wrong thread. 

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