• David Crookham Posted: 4/7/2011 6:38am PDT

    I have a 1999 Sierra.So far 5 lines have rusted through.The last time I was leaving on a 8000 mile trip towing a 28' trailer and told my repair shop to replace any bad sections. They replaced 2 and on the third day of the trip the rear line crossing the axle blew, my trailer has good brakes and saved the day! I wish the master cylinder had 2 pistons rather than 1 so at least 2 wheels had breaking power, and the emergency brake is a joke. The ABS system never worked correctly either.

  • rt Posted: 4/8/2010 6:45pm PDT

    All of my friends (over a dozen) that had a 2000 thru 2003 chevies had brake problems with their pickups. And they all are driving different BRANDS today.
    Why? Because GM never did do anything for them on their problem, as if it was the driver causing the problem. Then dealers were worthless in handling any problems or going to bat for these owners. Some of these people drove GM pickup for years and had chevy sedans and suvs.

  • fb_1510606196 avatar Carl Posted: 4/8/2010 6:44pm PDT

    Betcha this won't get the outrageous [lay in the MSM that Toyota's problems are getting.