Last post on Aug 01, 2011 at 11:28 AM
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Chevrolet C/K 1500 Series, GMC Sierra 1500, Chevrolet Silverado 2500, Car Buying, Truck
#12 of 17 Re: 1500 crew cab rear end grease/oil [obyone]
Dec 07, 2008 (5:55 am)
I have a 2004 Chevy. The owners manual doesn't say anything about rear end additive and when I called a dealer, the lady that was in service sounded like she only knew what the manual had in it.
How abou the Dextron III in the transfer case? This is what a parts house recomended.
#13 of 17 Re: 1500 crew cab rear end grease/oil [banshee409]
Dec 07, 2008 (2:24 pm)
The additive was discontinued in 2003 if I'm not mistaken. Dextron III is what is recommended for the transfer case.
If you look under the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual, it should provide the recommended maintenance items based on mileage/date. When it's time to replace the dextron III in the transfer case there should be a page next or before that tells you what to use when replacing the transfer case fluid.
#14 of 17 Re: Tundra or Silverado??? [itishertruck]
Dec 07, 2008 (3:09 pm)
Chevrolet Silverado all the way!! Much better built truck bar none. Fully boxed hydoformed frame, solid powertrain, best interior, best ride, the list goes on and on.... Toyota's Tundra is cheaply built and does not have anything on the Silverado. Check out "Bed Bounce" on YouTube. The Tundra practically bends in half at the cab/bed line and twists back and forth. A must view if you are considering the Tundra. This video will definitely change your mind. It's a video Ford put together, but I think the Chevy Silverado performed even better than the Ford. Chevrolet has the experience and know how under their belt, 90+ years, Toyota maybe 15.
#15 of 17 Front break problem
May 13, 2011 (4:17 pm)
Have an 06 chevy 1500 2 wheel drive crewcab with 90,000 miles. Past 2 wks, front breaks have been grabbing at diff speeds. Truck slows down without applying breaks(not by tranny either). Have replaced rotors,pads,and hardware.Not breaklines though.Get home, breaks are like I just raced at martinsville speedway. Any ideas..
#16 of 17 Re: Front break problem [docstar31]
May 18, 2011 (4:39 pm)
Aug 01, 2011 (11:28 am)
my father has a 2000 sierra 1500 4wd .when slightly pressing brake pedal 10 mph or less the pedal actually pushes back and brakes fail,this has not yet happened at normal drivind speeds but twice pulling in driveway which cost a new garage door and again pulling in gas station the other day.is this a abs module problem?