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2006 Chevrolet Silverado


Chevrolet Silverado

Service Date
Services Performed
  • TECHNICIAN – Test drove vehicle, inspected operation & found Drove well. – Scanned computer control modules & found No codes related. – Inspected & found checked power and ground at connector on tow hitch. Found minor /L1-/L2 collision/ Impact damage at connector and tow hitch. Connector and wiring are intact and ok. Found no power in socket, Fault traced circuit. Found tr1r fuse under hood fuse block blown /L5. Replaced fuse to be able to test further. Verified now have tail lights, reverse, brake lights and turn signals. – Determined blown fuse was the issue.
  • TECHNICIAN – Test drove vehicle, inspected operation & found Drove well, Shifted well. – Scanned computer control modules & found ECM/PCM P0101 MAF sensor Circuit out of range P0171 Fuel System Too lean Bank 1 P0174 " " Bank 2 ABS C0040 Right front wheel speed sensor circuit fault- History Code. Right front wheel sensor looks fairly new. – Inspected & found Monitored fuel trim data via scan tool. Found long term readings at lowest limit at -10. Short term switching between -5 and +3. Found MAF air flow sensor reading at 8 grams per second. (Spec 5-7) Found very large rat nest in air filter housing /L5 under air filter. Found MAF sensor is very dirty /L3. Found throttle bode is very dirty /L4-/L5. No vacuum leaks found. No exhaust leaks found. – Determined a restricted air flow through the maf sensor can cause these codes. – Recommends cleaning out air filter housing, replace air filter, clean MAF sensor element and throttle body. Clear codes. Have customer drive and bring back if codes return.
  • TECHNICIAN INSPECTED AND FOUND: – LOF sticker shows next LOF due when oil life notification is at 15%, current oil life is at 74%. – Engine oil level & condition Full, Clean – Front brake pads at approximately 60% – Rear brake pads at approximately 50% – Scanned computer control module and found; See details above. – Best tires in front at 13/32 and rear tires at 7/32. Recommends tire rotation. – Engine oil leak at engine oil cooler lines /L3-/L4. Recommends replacing engine oil cooler line. – Engine oil leak at oil pan gasket. /L3-/L4. Recommends replacing oil pan gasket. – Battery showing signs of leaking acid. Top corroded /L3. From 10/14. Fails load test. – Left front wheel hub bearing noisy / L4. Recommends replacing both front wheel bearings. ****THIS IS A SAFETY CONCERN!*****
  • Technician removed air filter housing. Removed filter and nesting materials from housing. Rinsed out housing area. Installed new air filter. Cleaned MAF sensor. Removed grass like debris from sensor screen. Cleaned throttle body. Reassembled all components. Cleared codes. Test drove vehicle. Verified repair. Found no codes reposted.
Diane T. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/29/2023
2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2023-06-30T22:03:23+00:00

2012 Chevrolet Silverado


Chevrolet Silverado

Service Date
Services Performed
  • TECHNICIAN – Test drove vehicle, inspected operation & found there was a ticking sound, possibly heard from engine or exhaust leak. – Scanned computer control modules & found; no codes. – Inspected and found that noise may be related to oil change being due. – Recommend performing oil service and then retesting for noise. Performed oil service. Found noise no longer present.
  • Technician performed oil service: drained engine oil, replaced filter and filled with premium engine oil. Inspected all belts, hoses, brakes and tire tread. Adjusted tire pressures. Road tested. Verified service. No leaks.
  • **** Previous recommendation and notes say to inspect pan for concerns.**** TECHNICIAN: – Test drove vehicle, inspected transmission operation & found; transmission shifted well. No concerns noted. – Scanned computer control modules & found; no codes. – Inspected transmission fluid level & condition on dipstick, found; full, dark red / L3. Due for service. – Inspected exterior of transmission for leaks & damage, found; no transmission damage, no leaks coming from transmission fluid. Did find transmission cooler lines leaking (see inspection notes) – Determined; recommends moving forward with transmission service. Technician performed transmission service and inspection: – Removed transmission pan and drained transmission fluid. – Inspected transmission fluid condition, found; no concerns. Was dark and due for service. – Inspected transmission pan for concerns, found; no concerns. – Inspected transmission bands for adjustment needs – not applicable. – Cleaned transmission pan including magnet, installed new transmission pan gasket and transmission filter, reinstalled transmission pan, filled with synthetic transmission fluid. Inspected for leaks. Road tested vehicle. Verified Service. – Recommends performing next transmission service in approximately 30,000 miles.
  • TECHNICIAN INSPECTED AND FOUND: – No sticker found indicating next oil service interval. – Engine oil level & condition Full Dark brown /L3. – Front brake pads at approximately 55 % – Rear brake pads are drum brakes and not visible for inspection. – Scanned computer control module and found; No codes. – Found transmission cooler lines leaking /L3. Recommends replacing transmission cooler lines. – Rear differential fluid is dark brown /L2. Recommends performing rear differential service. – Front struts leaking /L3 and are bouncy/L2. Recommends replacing front struts and sending out for alignment. – Power steering pressure line leaking power steering fluid /L3. Recommends replacing power steering pressure line and topping of power steering fluid. – Found front tires are at 12/32 and rear tires are at 11/32. It is recommended that the tires with the best tread be put on rear. Recommends rotating tires or take to tire shop for rotation.
Jeff T. gave our service a 5 star review on 3/4/2023
2012 Chevrolet Silverado 2023-03-05T22:57:57+00:00