Question about GMC Sierra 1500
Didnt state what brake is causing problem and if it is constant or only under braking---if a disc brake than need to remove caliper and examine pads for proper seating and damage also piston is not seized or cocked slightly and need to check rotor -not warped as well as caliper bolt pins not bent or rusted --on a rear disk check parking brake behind at rear inside of rotor if binding can adjust brake cable------if rear drum check adjustment-retaining springs and drum for warp out of round
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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