Question about Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Posted by Anonymous on
Check your stabilizing link only thing is you have to remove it to see if it's damage.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your brake hardwares make sure its in proper places and not loose. you would also want to check the caliper sliders, clean and lubricate with silicon lube. and lastly make sure that rotor backplates are not touching the rotors, you can do this by spinning the rotors while the wheel is off, if it is, then pry the backplates a little. hope this would help, goodluck.!
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Have someone push & release pedal while at wheel with problem. See if it takes a while or slow to release. If yes, have wrench ready on bleeder screw, and try again, if it sticks/holds, crack bleeder screw, if it releases, I'd replace hose.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Chevy Silverado
i would check both ways first and see what the mechanical rate is in your area take it to a auto body dealership to have it done cahrges are 85.00 to 110.00at the dealership or private shops ok Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
One thing to check, which is often the culprit in these situations is the U-joints. With the truck off, crawl under the vehicle and grab hold of the shaft leading into as well as the shaft going out of your transfer case, If htere is a lot of "slop in it, chance are it is in need of repair. Also I would check the oil level in the transfer case, in an attempt not to challenge you intelligence, there should be a plug located in the lower part about 2 inches from the bottom or so. it usually has a square hole that a 1/2" ratchet fits into. Pull the plug, and stick your pinky into the hole, you should be able to feel the lubricant just below the hole, if not it is in dire need of a filling. also check for metallic remnants in the fluid. this is a sign that things are not as they should be. In that case contact a repairman for a more thorough look.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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