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Hey I have a 2001 chev 1500 reg cab 8ft box and I have put in a prebent brake line kit but... I can remember how they were routed in the clips that hold the four lines and the wiring harness to the frame, if anyone has a picture of the clip with the lines in and can lable which are the master and which are the left and right to the flex lines it would be greatly appreciated
I ordered my 2008 Silverado in August of 2007. Before it even left the lot I had my GM dealer install a GMPP Performance Exhaust System made by Borla. I have been pleased with this system for its entire life up until this past month. I heard a tingy-vibrating noise from underneath during certain resonant frequencies of the motor. Then it got to the point where when I slammed the door or went over a bump that the tingy sound became a rattle. I recently rolled under the truck to find that my stainless steel GMPP system had rusted though! I am very surprised by this, as I thought that Borla systems had a lifetime warranty. Is this something that GM should cover? I have this part on my original vehicle invoice but I am out of warranty on my truck. Any thoughts? Has anyone else had this issue? I have attached some pictures for reference. I should also note that it rusted through downstream of the muffler. Upstream of the muffler the clamp is cracked and looks like it's ready to break off any day now.
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