Shudder and squealing during braking. Repair: grind/turn front rotors.
Brakes have been squealing since 9000 miles. Dealer maintains that GM won't warranty for brake squeal, so they won't fix it unless I pay for new pads and rotors and there is still no guarantee that it won't happen again. I am ticked off.
After installing new brake pads and rotors, they squeal when backing up. Inspected and dealer said squeal was normal.
Traction control service message turned on frequently but intermittently - traction control and cruise control disabled when on. Problem diagnosed as brake sensor failed on same circuit - replaced.
Problem with stabilitrak button no longer responding sending a break warning light to service breaks immediately. Dealer had reset the system and repair.
Steering wheel shook when applying brakes.
turn brake rotors
Replaced front rotors/pads
Replaced leaking brake master cylinder.
Brake fluid low with no external leak and moaning sound when depressing brake pedal. Brake Master Cyl found to be leaking past seal into brake booster. Replace both units, new fluid and bleed. Stabiltrack and antilock Brake warning lights illluminated on dic. Diagnostic called out right rear speed sensor. Sensor tested good. Broken wire found inside wire loom 12 inches from speed sensor. Cable replaced both lights went off.
"Stabilitrac" light illuminates occasionally after 20 mins of driving. Dealer could not verify concern thru computer, recommended software update ($100), reprogrammed ECM. Cannot verify yet that this solved the issue
Squeak from brake pedal, especially when cold. Dealer identified TSB which indicates problem with brake fluid. GM supposedly is developing a revised brake fluid to correct the problem, but not available yet.
Dealer says revised brake fluid still not available from GM to fix the problem.
Squeak coming from master brake cylinder when applying brakes. Dealer located TSB and replaced brake fluid with revised fluid per TSB.
Symptom was the brake pedal squeaking. The fix was to replace the brake power booster.
Messages saying stabilitrak off and service brake system. Dealership said brake fluid was low and could not find a leak.
Messages saying stabilitrak off and to service brake system. Dealership said brake fluid was low and to bring it back in 3 weeks for them to check fluid level again.
Message saying service brake system. Dealer says pads need replacing causing brakes to use more fluid.
Brake pads replaced
Changed pads and turned Rotors.
Brake pedal squeaks when pressing pedal. Drained and refilled brake fluid reservoir with new fluid containing lubricant.
noisy brake pedal. Cleaned and lubricated master cylinder piston
Stability track light on and truck jerking not switching gears properly
needed new set of brakes (back)...
Replaced rear break pads
fluid was low and needed to be flushed
master brake cylinder has leak
brake shield rusted off
Right break pad worn out. Pad replaced, rotor machined.
Added a few oz of brake fluid. Stabilitrak error was corrected.
Squeak when using the brake pedal, put in new brake fluid.
Replaced booster and master cylinder- Stabilitrack Off, brake fluid leaking
Front brakes at 10%, rear brakes down to metal.
Stabilitrak/ABS light came on while driving. Was told there was a bad R/F speed sensor on right front wheel which was replaced. Part cost $45, labor was $211.
warning bells and lights indicating low oil pressure. brought car in and no problem could be found. two weeks later problem again as well as brake system warning light and stabilitrac off. replaced oil pressure switch and brake master cylinder.
While driving straight and constant speed (100km/h) warning lights came on - Stabilitrak off, Service Stabilitrak, Service Traction Control. Car was returned corrected with no explanation or paper work.
Tire Noise and Vibration - Tires replaced/Rotors Machined
Clicking noise - sounds like ABS when accelerating from stop. Noise blamed on low brake pads. Pads were replaced. Noise remains.
Front brake pads and rotors replaced.
TSB for brake squeak. Fix was to change OEM GM brake fluid with a non-GM brake fluid that is DOT 3 compliant. Noise sounded like it came from the pedal armiture itself, however it was the brake fluid not properly coating the seals in the brakes ...