| Good day all, I bought a used 2000 GMC Safari Cargo (no plastic
| interior, no rear pass. seats) and noticed after driving it home
| (after 200km) that the sliding door is rattling pretty hard when going
| on hard bumps. (Bridges, train track etc..)
| Is there any adjustment that can be made to those doors or can you
| replace the small wheels at the bottom to make it less noisy ?
| The brakes that were apparently used @ 50% MAX according to GM Optimum
| dealer, squeal (high pitch noise) after warm. Seams to come from the
| back but hard to tell. Once park for 30 minutes the car won't do it
| until brakes are warm again.
| Any advice ?
| Thanks in advance!
I have a 2000 Safari that I bought in 2001. I noticed the same thing you
did and took it back to the dealer 3 times for adjustment. It still does
it. My brakes did the same thing until I had a brake job last fall. It
was the front pads; the aftermarket pads do not squeal. My mechanic said
it was the amount of sintered metal that caused them to squeal.
The good news is that at 75 Kmiles I have only had to replace the tires,
brakes, shocks, flush the transmission/replaced the transmission fluid
and totally flush out the cooling system to get rid of the Dextron
antifreeze. Oil and filter changes have been done every 3500 miles using