Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado
If the problem is brake-related, as it looks from description, check brake system, ABS, and front rotor hub. Double check the new pads and rotor.
See if any of the new rotors is worn irregularly. In that case you will need to check caliper and rest of the brake system.
If you get noise and kind of pulsating on pedal when braking at slow speed the problem is the ABS. In that case the ABS pump is kicking too early because of a defective speed sensor. GM trucks have the speed sensor built-in with the front wheel bearing hub.
The noise while restarting can also be a faulty ABS pump. In that case the vehicle will run normally, usually you are able to tell if there is a locked brake.
This truck has several common troubles involving the brake system. Check brakes and front train, if everything is OK check ABS pump and system.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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