hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
101,532 miles

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problem #1

Mar 172015

Suburban 4WD 8-cyl

  • 101,532 miles
I noticed my 2000 Chevrolet - Suburban K2500 vehicle pulling to the left at light to moderate braking. Noticed oil like stains to under side of drivers front wheel well area. I had it inspected by a certified service station. During inspection they found a leak coming from the brake hydro booster, and power assist high pressure hoses. I was told that the hydro booster needed replacing, along with the two lines coming from the hydro booster, at a cost of $1200. I was told that the driver could lose complete power assist to the steering and brakes, causing a potentially hazardous driving condition. G.M. is responsible for maintaining reliable safety components for all their vehicles. Under the NHTSA campaign id number: 05V005000, under the notes section: GM campaign no. 05001. This action is deemed a safety improvement campaign and is not being conducted under the Safety Act. The company has informed NHTSA that it will provide the modifications described above free of charge.

- San Diego, CA, USA