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Old 04-11-2016, 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by nikl View Post
I just do not like the tiny back door look at all! Liked the old extended cab better.
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Old 04-12-2016, 05:33 PM
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Does anyone know anything about the plastic Ls intake manifolds become porous, and seeping (not leaking) coolant?
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Old 04-20-2016, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by procarry21 View Post
2000 chevy silverado- drivers rear caliber freezes (3 diffrent trucks), tow package trucks the rear junction block corrodes, pasenger door lips rust like none other, cab corners are bad too, tail gate cables, drivers side rocker rust out, driving and the lights will suddenly go out and right back on, yolk clunk, gas gauge sending unit is ****

2004 duramax 1 ton single axle heated seats go out, seat motors go out, the grill cover gets brittle and falls apart after a season of snow plowin, filler neck on the tank will crack if your not carefull, two glow plugs

2008 duramax dully, third and fourth door electrical problems, fiberglass hips dont take alot of abuse, two transfer cases, four wheel bearings, one glow plug, front end gets off camber too frequently for me
My 2002 headlights will go out suddenly on high beams . It has a bad dimmer switch that needs changed. Don't know if the aftermarket switches are any good , but the gm switches are more than double the price.
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Old 01-29-2018, 09:44 AM
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1990 K1500 has a short in the headlights on the passenger side and the horn is stuck on. I canít figure it out
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Old 01-29-2018, 02:32 PM
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I don't have a repair answer for you, but if the 1990 truck has a horn relay, you could pull it out just to silence the horn long enough for you to work on the truck.

Somehow your post is in the "Common Chevy & GMC Issues" thread.
I think your post will get more views if it was in the main forum section for these trucks & had its own thread. Then the people who know about your truck's problems will be able to see it.
Perhpas you could write a moderator to ask him or her to move your question.
If you go to this page-
and click New Thread, you can post your question where everyone will see it.

Hope This Helps & Good Luck With Your Repair!
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Old 01-31-2018, 10:57 PM
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2006 Silverados with the 4.3L. RUN, don't walk, away from this piece of trash motor. With regular maintenance and light driving, this truck has had more problems than any vehicle I've ever owned.
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