Question about 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ
I have a 2007 avalanche bought new in Jan - 08. During my first oil change my mechanic noticed the break rotors were rusted with groves enbeded in them. I notified the dealer of the situation, I brought the truck to them to look into brakes. The dealer wanted to cut the rotor and not install new pads. If the rotors are junk then there is no doubt that the pads are junk as well. I refused to allow my new truck to have the rotors cut with only 3,000 miles on them. I contacted General Motors directly and they stated that this was a normal occurance. I believe the junk rotors with only 3,000 miles should have new rotors installed with new pads. What is your input on this situation.
I think you said it all i agree 100 percent hope it works out for you
Posted on May 24, 2008
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