Could be Warped Rotors. Have them checked.....
i used to work for a Chevy dealer....if you already put new hinge pins and bushings in you now have to replace hinges that have to be welded in
warped brake rotors, have them resurfaced.
that happened to mt truck because the door hinges bent down due to the weight of the doors. all you need is some new hinges and you should be good to go.
I need passenger door hinges for my chevy aveo 2007
one of the most newest chevy vehicle is the chevy sonic hatchback.
Because that is the way the vehicle was designed
because its a gm vehicle
Mine had a warped rotor and i had it replaced and it helped
There are no bad cars today. Almost any vehicle will be a good vehicle and that includes Chevy.
His first Vehicle form is a Chevy Camaro 1999,second is a Chevy Camaro 2008
warped rotors , bad brakes,tie rods, tiresbad ,
It's caused by a warped brake rotor.
The hinges are tack welded to the body and are not conveniently adjusted. If the door is sagging, which is fairly common, it probably needs new hinge pins and bushings. If the holes in the hinges are too worn to put in new bushings then your car needs new hinges. New hinges is probably a job for a body shop.
The rotors are out of round, WARPED. Need to have them turned and replace pads too.
head gaskets??? warped heads? did you have them milled?
More than likely you have a warped rotor, replacement is best.
no it is not
It is important to know the weight of a vehicle while driving it. A 2007 Chevy Avalanche has a gross vehicle weight of 5,742 pounds.
Chevy and GMC are essentially two branches of the same company. The GMC name is a subsidary of Chevrolet. Because Chevy is owned by GMC.
The V.I.N. number of your 1965 Chevrolet truck will tell you the year, what plant it was built at, the series, model, and which number vehicle it was when it rolled down the assembly line. This number is found on a metal tag that is riveted or spot welded to the driver door jam near the hinges.
Chevy in every class of vehicle by far.