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You have a 2001 Chevy Silverado when you push on the brake pedal it act like it is pulsating what is this from?


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2008-12-18 04:08:07
2008-12-18 04:08:07

Your rotors may be out of balance. When my 2001 Silverado was not only 3 months off of the dealers lot I had this same problem that persisted for sometime. The dealer finally realized the problem and changed out both front rotors.


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