Does it make that sound even when the engine is off? It may just need
grease on the actual brake arm pivot joint.
3rd alignment in 3500 miles sounds very excessive. How much did they
change the alignment on the 1st & 2nd trips? Did they flip the tires
in the front? Check the tire pressures?
I will check the pivot.
Always the right front. camber/toe. No rotation. Tires PSI: I guess they
checked it, I did NOT.
Brigdestone Dueller AT.. Had bad luck with these before, I should have
Tell me about it. 1st new one I bought for myself in 10years and ......
I think you are thinking of the new design for the GMC/Chevrolet models.
These do resemble the Tundra/Titan/Ford look. But, I believe the 2007
Classic models still have the same body style as the 2004-6 models. I like
the old ones better as I can actually reach into the bed without getting a
stepladder. Now, all the new pickups are too darned high in the bed.
You know....you may be right, but when they also start resembling dodge,
I know GM has a serious problem. It has to be more than an identity
crisis, and even if thats all it is, it's a shocking betrayal crossing
generations of loyal chevrolet owners. Literally sending them into
doubts about who they are, and even who American is.
My girlfriend's '06 Tahoe does the exact same thing. I was looking at
an '07 Silverado Classic and it was exactly the same on the inside as
her Tahoe, so I assume there's got to be a lot of the same parts
Do you hear the noise when you first put it in gear and start to take
off? Like after it's been sitting, turned off a while? That's when I
notice it most, and as I recall, someone else mentioned it here a
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