Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
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Posted on Feb 28, 2009
I had new brake pads and all 4 rotors replaced on a 2005 Silverado at a popular repair shop and vibrating ABS immediately began to kick in when I picked up the truck and laid down over $700 for the job. Initially I thought the new pads needed to wear in but after around 2,000 miles I finally called and complained to the shop. I'm certain the shop caused the problem but don't expect any credit or acknowledgement of any culpability on their part, yet I have no idea what alternative I have than to take it in the wallet from Manny or Moe...The ABS is working relentlessly at every stop at the rate of 4 or 5 automatic pumps per second. Darned... I know 2005 isn't new anymore, yet I've experienced repairs beyond maintenance with this Silverado both before and after the warranty expired. New steering shaft, the air conditioner actually exploded with smoke blowing into the cab through the vents...that one was finally recalled. I hope GM will get its act together now that it went belly up in 2008 and shook off Pontiac and Olds. The most annoying part is the time required for these problems to be diagnosed and repaired. I have no engine light on so I don't expect computer codes to give a clue. The Silver in Silverado has been constantly living up to its name.
Posted on Jan 12, 2012
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