Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
Exactly one year ago I had my emergency brake fixed on my truck because I was told it had to work for inspection.
They charged me $75-$100 to fix it. I remember them saying something about a recall or something with these year models having problems with the emergency brake and/or the cable mechanism that locks it.
Anyway, I was really wanting to know my options before taking it to a place like that again and getting charged for it. I was reading on here about other people getting it fixed for free? Is that true or should I pay these guys again to fix something that will be broke again in a year.
Please help. I need some clarification on the whole mess.
I had a 2002 silverado and there was a recall for the same thing,plus a few others. Take it to a chevy dealer, they will check the vin# to see if your truck is among the recalls,If it is they will fix it, no charge. Any recall on any vehicle, the dealer has to fix it for nothing.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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