One bolt holding gear box , front diff. Driver's door had to be realigned. I'm going back to Ford. They were all easy except crankshaft sensor. On top of low prices, Advance Auto Parts offers 6 different trusted brands of Differential Bearing Kit products for the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
I have to keep on rolling until something either breaks. Gm refused to pay for this repair and after another run-around I took my truck elsewhere. Codes and engine light went off. When I determined that was not the source of the sound, I took the truck to a friends garage where we lifted the rear and removed the rear-end housing cover. First time they said they couldn't find any problem, After complaining and taking it back they said they knew exactly what the problem is they get it all the time. Vehicle was fine for 5 weeks, then vehicle locked up again. The dealer replaced both the pinion bearings and the load washer between them at no charge and no hassle from me.
I dropped the shaft, replaced front and rear and now squeals, grinding, and clunks are gone. Looks like that they would know that that isn't normal! Just over 27,000 miles later the differential exploded destroying the entire internal axle assembly. This sent the vehicle into an uncontrollabe slide into the ditch. Valid on orders shipped in the contiguous United States. I wonder if this is the problem I'm having? Was able the get a new bolt through the pin to hold it in place. The body control module was replaced.
So I assume that the pinion bearing is good. Feb 200814516 km Tire pressure monitor system reset. Not to mention what I have put out of my own pocket. I'm curious to know if anyone else has had this problem. Sometimes after I come to a stop, about 2 or 3 seconds later it feels like someone bumped my rear bumper. Should have went with the Toyota. Or should i just try to get it oiled again? Also replaced transmission fluid gasket and filter as preventative maintenance Small tube was cracked causing a leak in the air intake system.
I'm just not completely sure. They said it was a pin or ring i dont really remember and that it had been broken and that they would replace it. They greased the yoke with supposedly special grease. I'm hearing a very prominent howl noise coming from the rear differential. I also recomend that you dissasemble and inspect your bearings before ordering. . It seams to only happen when it's cold out and I've only heard it going one of my two directions leaving work on my way home.
Transmission had to be pulled and seals redone at 12,000 miles. The front differential shaft seal were replaced. When the truck reached 40,000 mile the differential became completely inoperable. I will be making another appointment with them soon. But I knew from experience it was the lube and had the dealer change it. Kightlinger motors put new part on the next week. A mechanically sound vehicle should be quiet, other than a little brake squeal.
This time I realized that what I was hearing was the distinctive sound of metal on metal, as if a brake was dragging, but on application of the brakes there was no change to the noise, so I took it back to the dealer. Now the same problem is happening again. As bad as the small pinion bearing was chewed up, it would seem to me that there are other bearings in the rear end that could have been damaged should have been inspected and replaced. I am so pissed off, I'm ready to trade for Toyota Tundra. I never had the problem through turns or stopping. The bolt was broken off pin that goes through a gear and kinda wore hole where pin goes through. I didn't have time to take it to the dealer.
This kit uses Timken bearings and races along with all high quality small parts. Bottom Line I installed this kit into my 2006 Chevy Silverado that had major bearing noise. Latch mechanisms corroded to the point where tailgate would not stay shut. Finally found the issue after about 3 weeks. They told him that it was actually his cam shaft, specifically lobe 4.
The dealer refused to fix the problem for the orignal owner and is still refusing to fix the problem. I didn't hear or feel anything for about 3 weeks. The differential unit was improperly operating. . Sometimes you can just let off the brake and it feels like you've been rear ended, when the slack takes up. He replaced the rear u-joints as a precaution, but she still clunks.
I didn't check out the transfer further then sold the truck, so my best guess is after lifting the truck for a tire change inclining the truck shifting the oil to one side with the transfer stationary, it shifted some components that were probably already worn causing them to go out of whack, causing this problem. By the time I used a coupon code to buy this their price was well below anyone else's! Now some nearly twenty thousand miles later, the rear-end went again. I've never heard bearings make such a loud noise. The dealer still refuses to help. This kit uses Timken bearings and races along with all high quality small parts. Driver's side door glass was so scarred that it was difficult to see through. Hey guys I'm new to this site and new to owning a silverado.