Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
I don't think it would be so much the rear end problem. Either they are using are really cheap made wheel bearings or you have a caliper sticking which means the system may have air in the system or some sort of defective caliper. The same problem should not be returning unless the same part is being used such as a caliper. Also, you could have some bad bushings some where in the rear that cause a shift when applying brakes. Sorry I can't give any other help. It's easier to hear and see to help better. Good Luck
Posted on May 29, 2011
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