|Dynamic Head Restraints||Not Available|
|Head Restraint||Not Available|
|Advanced Belt Feature||Not Available|
|Adjustable Upper Belt Anchorage||Not Available|
|Seat Belt Reminder System||Driver|
|Frontal Air Bag||Driver, Front Passenger|
|Additional Air Bags||Not Available|
|Meets Side Air Bag Out-of-Position Requirements||Not Available|
|LATCH Locations||Not Available|
|Safety Power Windows (Anti-Pinch)||Not Available|
|Safety Power Windows (Anti-Pinch) locations||Not Available|
|NHTSA ID Number:||10722163|
|Consumer Location:||TUSCALOOSA, AL|
LIGHT COMES ON WHICH READS "CHECK PASSENGER AIR BAG". THIS LIGHT COMES ON WHEN VEHICLE IS STARTED AND THEN REMAINS ILLUMINATED UNTIL THE ENGINE IS SHUT OFF. VARIOUS DEALERSHIPS AND VEHICLE REPAIR SHOPS HAVE INDICATED THAT PARTS FOR THE AIR BAGS ARE FAULTY AND NEED TO BE REPLACED. THESE SAME REPAIR LOCATIONS HAVE INDICATED THAT THE AIR BAGS WILL NOT ACTIVATE IN CASE OF A ACCIDENT.
|NHTSA ID Number:||10575509|
|Consumer Location:||MASSILLON, OH|
CRACKED CYLINDER HEAD AND ENGINE. THIS ALLOWS ANTIFREEZE COOLANT TO MIX IN WITH THE OIL IN THE ENGINE AND GOES THROUGH THE EXHAUST, THIS ALSO GUMS UP THE OIL PARTS IN THE ENGINE AND REQUIRES NEW CYLINDER HEADS TO BE INSTALLED OR ENGINE REPLACED. I JUST RECENTLY WAS MADE AWARE THAT THE GENERAL MOTORS IS AWARE OF THIS PROBLEM WITH THERE ENGINES. AND ALSO WAS MADE AWARE THAT THE GENERAL MOTORS HAS SINCE FIXED THIS PROBLEM AFTER 2007, BECAUSE THIS IS NOT A PROBLEM THAT COULD CAUSE DEATH IT IS NOT LISTED AS A RECALL. THIS PROBLEM IS NOT MADE AWARE TO THE CONSUMER BUT IS PUBLISHED IN TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETINS. THIS IS KNOWN PROBLEM BY GENERAL MOTORS. IT IS GOING TO COST BETWEEN $2500 TO $5000 TO REPAIR. *TR
|NHTSA ID Number:||10329831|
|Consumer Location:||BURNSVILLE, MN|
I READ AN ARTICLE IN THE PAPER REGARDING FAILURE OF THE BRAKES ON OLDER FULL SIZE CHEVY TRUCKS DUE TO RUST. I WOULD LIKE TO REPORT THIS PROBLEM AS OCCURRED ON MY 2005 CHEVY 1500 FULL SIZE PICKUP. THE FAILURE [RUST] ALSO INCLUDED THE ABS SYSTEM ON MY CHEVY TRUCK. I BOUGHT THE TRUCK NEW IN 2005 AND THE TRUCK ONLY HAS 35,480 MILES ON IT. I PAID $414.93 TO REPAIR THE BRAKES ON THIS TRUCK ON MARCH 8,2010. I HAD THE BRAKES REPAIRED BEFORE AN ACCIDENT COULD OCCUR. *TR
|NHTSA ID Number:||10306196|
|Consumer Location:||GRETNA, LA|
VEHICLE SPEEDOMETER IS INOPERATIVE. AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS READING IS 0 MPH, OR SPEEDOMETER IS STUCK ABOVE 65 AT A DEAD STOP. *TR
|NHTSA ID Number:||10275819|
|Consumer Location:||SANTA RITA, GU|
THE WIRING HARNESS TO THE BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR IN MY 2005 CHEVROLET STARTED SMOKING, FROM EXCESS HEAT WITHIN THE WIRING TO THE HARNESS OR RESISTOR. I HAVE SINCE REPLACED THE HARNESS AND RESISTOR, BUT IT STILL DOES THE SAME THING. HOPEFULLY THIS FAULTY WIRING HARNESS IS THE ONLY ONE IN THESE MODELS. *TR
|NHTSA ID Number:||11454399|
|Consumer Location:||NORTH LIBERTY, IN|
I got into an accident with my 2005 chevy silverado by rear ending some one at a stop sign. I pulled up behind the vehicle and stopped to wait for them to go the it was my turn she didn't look well enough and had to hit her breaks again and so then did I but my truck did not stop in time because the breaking system delayed
|NHTSA ID Number:||11453428|
|Consumer Location:||RIVERDALE, GA|
The airbag light is on. I took it to the chevy dealership on battlecreek rd, the service clerk said they do not work on vehicles with over 150k miles. How do I get the airbag serviced.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11443882|
|Consumer Location:||THOMPSON, CT|
Frame is rotten badly but cab and bed hardly any rust. Used bad metal for frame and crossmembers.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11441178|
|Consumer Location:||CONROE, TX|
Design flaw - Brake light switch- the end section of the internal spring is placed in a position that allows it to potentially slide down and block the space needed for when the plunger is depressed, jamming up the switches ability to properly function. I have not determined what happened to the switch on my truck, but noticed that this scenario was a possibility and felt obligated to report my opinion.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11440737|
|Consumer Location:||WARREN, RI|
Well, I contacted GM years ago asking why the frames on these vehicles rot out so fast. They told me to send pics. and that’s all that came from that. So, years ago, I heard a banging noise in the right rear side of my truck. My rear shock mount rotted out and driving home later there was even more noise. The left rear shock mount rotted out also. I removed the bed to assess damage, and I couldn’t believe the amount of rust I was looking at. I bought an aftermarket kit and had the shock mounts welded back on. The company selling the kit said that they sell tons of those kits. I would say that’s a safety issue. Especially when the whole from appears to be rotting away. That seems like a mayor issue to me. I probably won’t be buying another Chevy truck seeing how my wife’s Honda is as old as my truck and has no rust under it.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11430811|
|Consumer Location:||SCENERY HILL, PA|
Frame broken behind cab on both sides
|NHTSA ID Number:||11425653|
|Consumer Location:||REPUBLIC, MO|
The contact owns a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The contact stated while driving approximately 50 mph, he lost control of the vehicle due to losing consciousness. The vehicle left the roadway and went airborne and crashed with a road sign landing in a field. None of the airbags deployed and only the seatbelt lap belt tensioned not the shoulder strap. The contact sustained injuries such as several lacerations across the face and inside the mouth, and broken L1 vertebrae. The contact mentioned he fractured the steering wheel with his face during the impact. A police report was filed and the vehicle was towed to a local lot then towed again to the contacts insurance lot where it was awaiting a diagnosis. The manufacturer was not informed of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 281,000.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11425347|
|Consumer Location:||PERKASIE, PA|
As I approached an intersection to make a left-hand turn, I stepped on my trucks brake pedal. I experienced a complete loss of braking power, with the trucks brake pedal going straight to the floor, after an instant of a firm, solid pedal. Pumped the pedal to try to regain brake operation to no avail. No hydraulic pressure was present. No warning lights or other indications of brake system failure occurred. Truck was driven home a very short distance using e-brake. Brake fluid was seen dripping from the rear axle area in large amounts. Truck was towed to my local garage which found a burst steel brake line at the junction with the rear hydraulic flex hose. Other brake lines were heavily rusted. Rest of the undercarriage was not similarly rust like the brake lines. The garage stated this was not the first Silverado they saw with this problem. All steel lines were replaced with stainless steel lines, and as a precaution we replaced all brake hoses as well. The bleeder screws on the front disk brake calipers, and on the rear wheel cylinders were also found heavily rusted and frozen, so those components were replaced as well. The shop stated this issue of severe corrosion of brake lines and bleeders is very common on this generation of Silverado’s . They have repaired quite a few like mine after similar brake failures. If you research the issue on-line, there certainly is a problem with these trucks. In my 45 years as a mechanic and practicing mechanical engineer, I have never seen brake system components so severely corroded as the ones removed from my truck. I was lucky I wasn’t towing anything, or was at highway speed when the failure occurred. The next owner may not be that lucky if it happens to them.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11422995|
|Consumer Location:||MOSINEE, WI|
The contact owns a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. The contact stated while driving at various speeds, the vehicle started to leak fuel and the brake line would leak causing the brakes to lose power whenever the brake pedal was depressed. The contact also stated that the fuel tank strap fractured due to rust causing the fuel tank to detach from the vehicle. The contact stated that the rear leaf spring fractured due to rust as well. The contact also stated that the entire sub-frame of the vehicle was rusted causing pieces of metal to fall off from the frame while driving. The brake warning light was illuminated. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic to be diagnosed. The contact was informed that the brake lines, fuel lines, the rear leaf shackle, and the fuel tank needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer had not been informed of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 58,000.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11400117|
|Consumer Location:||DOVER, DE|
THE SERVICE AIR BAG SOON LIGHT CAME ON MONTHS BEFORE THE NATIONAL RECALL WAS ANNOUNCED. IT IS STILL ON, YET MY 2005 IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE RECALL. HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO GET MY TRUCK THROUGH STATE INSPECTION WITH THAT LIGHT ON? IT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE RECALL.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11389919|
|Consumer Location:||MICHIGANTOWN, IN|
OCTOBER 29,2020 I WAS TRAVELING DOWN A HIGHWAY WHEN I NOTICED TRAFFIC WAS STOPPED AND WHEN I WENT TO APPLY MY BRAKES THE PEDAL WENT ALL THE WAY TO THE FLOOR AND I HAD NOTHING NOT EVEN A LIGHT CAME ON TO NOTIFY MY OF AN ISSUE. I ALSO TRIED TO APPLY THE EMERGENCY BRAKE AND IT SNAPPED AND AT THAT POINT I HAD TO LEAVE THE ROAD WAY TO AVOID HITTING ANY CARS OR ANYONE, AND IN DOING SO IWENT TOWARDS A DITCH AND RAMPED A DRIVEWAY. WE HAVE ;LOOKED INTO THE RECALLS AND ITS THE SAME PARTS WE ARE HAVING TROUBLE WITH ON THIS TRUCK AND WHY IT CAUSED ME TO WRECK. HYDRO BOOST SYSTEM, AND THE EMERGENCY BRAKE SYSTEM. THE CODES THAT I PULLED FROM THE NHTSA. THESE ALL ARE WHATS HAS HAPPENED WITH MY VEHICLE. 04V376000 05V161000 05V043000 IF YOU NEED ANY ADDITIONAL INFO PLEASE LET ME KNOW I HAVE A VIDEO I TRIED TO SEND FROM THE HOMEOWNERS SECURITY CAMERA OF THE TRUCK RAMPING HIS DRIVE BUT IT WAS TOO LARGE TO UPLOAD AND I HAVE TO GET ANOTHER COPY OF THE POLICE REPORT IF YOU WOULD LIKE THAT.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11386064|
|Consumer Location:||FLORENCE, AL|
GIVING ME A MESSAGE THAT SAYS SERVICE AIR BAG. ALSO HAVING PROBLEMS WITH INSTRUMENT PANEL LIGHTS FADING OUT.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11377250|
|Consumer Location:||ALTON, TX|
I WENT TO A GUYS HOUSE WHO WAS SELLING A 2005 CHEVY SILVERADO WITH 114,000 MILES ON THE CLUSTER. HE DIDN'T HAVE THE TITLE UNDER HIS NAME. HE WAS TITLE SKIPPING. GAVE HIM 5,000.00 THAT HE WAS ASKING FOR ON 11/02/2020 THEN WENT TO FIND THE OWNER WITH HIS NAME ON TITLE. HAD HIM SIGN THE TITLE OVER TO ME. WENT TO DMV AND CHANGED THE TITLE UNDER MY NAME. THEN 11/28/2020 I RAN A CARFAX REPORT TO SEE WHAT MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN DONE ON MY TRUCK AND IT SAYS THAT MY TRUCK HAD MORE THAN 250,000 MILES ON IT. I CONFRONT THE MAN THAT SAME DAY. AND ASKED HIM IF HE CHANGED THE MILEAGE HE SAID YES. I THEN ASKED HIM TO GIVE 2,000.00 BECAUSE THE TRUCK IS NOT WORTH 5,000.00 HE SAID HE WAS NOT GOING TO GIVE ME A PENNY. SO I MADE A POLICE REPORT THAT SAME DAY ON 11/28/2020
|NHTSA ID Number:||11375961|
|Consumer Location:||OMAHA, NE|
I HAVE HAD A "SERVICE AIR BAG" LIGHT ON FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW. I HAVE OWNED THE TRUCK SINCE NEW AND IT HAS NEVER BEEN IN AN ACCIDENT. FROM WHAT I HAVE HEARD IT IS A DRIVER'S SIDE AIRBAG CONNECTION ISSUE AND IF THERE IS AN ACCIDENT THE AIRBAG WON'T ACTIVATE. AFTER READING ABOUT THE RECALL ON THE 2007 MODELS ON UP I WAS SURPRISED AND DISAPPOINTED THAT MY YEAR IS NOT INVOLVED IN THAT RECALL AS IT SOUNDS LIKE THE SAME SAFETY DEFECT. MILEAGE ON MY TRUCK IS ONLY 81,000 MILES. THE TRUCK WAS STATIONARY AND JUST STARTED WHEN THE LIGHT FIRST CAME ON AND IT'S BEEN ON EVER SINCE.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11353731|
|Consumer Location:||LOXAHATCHEE, FL|
MY SON WAS DRIVING HOME FROM WORK ON THE HIGHWAY AND THE TRUCK STARTED SHAKING. HE PULLED OVER AND SAW THAT THE TIRE WAS COMING APART. THIS IS A SUMITOMO TIRE 285/50R20 115H. DOT V4JD 3MTR4910. THIS WAS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION ESPECIALLY BECAUSE ALL OF THE TIRES ARE THE SAME. THE TRUCK WAS PARKED UNTIL WE CAN FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11337563|
|Consumer Location:||SUMMERFIELD, NC|
SON WAS DRIVING TRUCK AND BRAKES WENT TO THE FLOOR. ALMOST HIT THE CAR IN FRONT OF HIM. ONCE I WAS ABLE TO GET THE TRUCK HOME, I FOUND A LEAK IN THE BRAKE LINE UNDER THE DRIVERS SIDE DOOR THAT APPEARS TO BE DUE TO RUST.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11323600|
THE STEERING WHEEL AND COLUMN STARTED WITH A SLIGHT RATTLING WHEN ON A ROAD WITH BUMPS. IT HAS NOW BECOME VERY LOUD AND RAISED A SAFETY CONCERN. THE DEALER HAS DONE AN INSPECTION AND ADVISED REPLACEMENT OF BEARING AND BUSHING. THIS IS A SAFETY CONCERN! *TR
|NHTSA ID Number:||11302641|
|Consumer Location:||COLUMBIA, KY|
THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDES LIGHTS STARTED GOING OFF BY THEMSELVES. THERE WAS NO SMOKE OR BURNING SMELL. MY HUSBAND WAS GOING TOO HAVE IT CHECKED OUT ON PRESIDENTS DAY, BUT THE TRUCK BURNT THE DAY BEFORE. OUR INSURANCE WOULD NOT COVER IT DUE TO NORMAL WEAR AND TEAR. SO HERE WE ARE OUT VEHICLE.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11288537|
|Consumer Location:||MINNEOLA, FL|
THE AIRBAG WARNING LIGHT STAYS ON. ANYTIME THE ENGINE IS RUNNING.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11229415|
|Consumer Location:||GULF BREEZE, FL|
EXHAUST MANIFOLD BOLTS COMING OFF HEADS ARE FALLING OFF PAUSE AN EXHAUST LEAK AND GIVING ME HEADACHES. FROM THE LOOKS OF IT HAS BEEN OFF FOR QUITE SOME TIME I'M JUST NOW NOTICING IT
|NHTSA ID Number:||11217639|
|Consumer Location:||BURKESVILLE, KY|
THIS IS 3RD TIME MY BRAKES BLOW A LINE IN 2 YEARS AND THE FIRST 2 TIMES ONE TIME I WAS HOLDING MY BRAKES WHILE BACKING UP A HILL ON MY PROPERTY WITH A TRAILER ATTACHED, THE SECOND COMING TO A STOP SIGN AND THIS LAST TIME GOING DOWN A STEEP HILL COMING TO AN INTERSECTION. I JUST CHANGED THE LINE THAT WAS BROKEN THE FIRST TWO TIMES. I HAD FILED A COMPLAINT WITH YOU LAST YEAR BUT I CANNOT FIND THE INFO. THIS TIME I CHANGED ALL OF THE LINES AS IT SCARED ME BAD THIS TIME AS I LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND DID NOT WISH TO PUSH MY LUCK ANY FURTHER. CHEVROLET WANTED OVER $1,200 TO CHANGE THEM OUT USING THE SAME MATERIALS THAT FAILED IN THE FIRST PLACE. I HAD THEM CHANGED AT NAPA FOR $680 USING COPPER/NICKEL WHICH IS A SUPERIOR PRODUCT. GM'S EXCUSE FOR THE LINES RUSTING OUT WAS THE CUSTOMER DID NOT WASH THE LINES OFF WHEN SALT GOT ON THEM. YOU CANNOT GET TO MOST OF THE LINES TO WASH THEM OFF. THE AMOUNT OF BRAKE LINE FAILURES IS OVERWHELMING AND TO SAY THE LEAST DANGEROUS AS HELL. I AM SENDING SOME PHOTOS OF SOME OF THE LINES AND WILL MAIL PIECES OF THE LINE TO YOU IF IT WILL DO ANY GOOD. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF I SHOULD SEND THE PIECES OF LINE. THANKS [XXX] PS: IT SEEMS THAT I CAN ONLY SEND ONE PHOTO PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW TO SEND MORE... ('PARTS OF THIS DOCUMENT HAVE BEEN REDACTED TO PROTECT PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION PURSUANT TO THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6).')*JB
|NHTSA ID Number:||11209536|
|Consumer Location:||SARASOTA, FL|
WHILE DRIVING AND TOWING A 9000# TRAILER NOTICED BRAKE PEDAL WAS GETTING A LITTLE SPONGY. STOPPED AT REST AREA AND CHECKED THE FLUID AND NOTICED IT WAS QUITE LOW. LOOKED UNDER THE TRUCK AND COULD SEE FLUID DRIPPING FROM A BRAKE LINE. MECHANIC PUT THE TRUCK ON THE RACK AND SHOWED WHERE ALL THE BRAKE LINES WERE RUSTED AND THE ONE HAD RUSTED THROUGH. MECHANIC SAID THIS IS A KNOWN PROBLEM WITH THIS MODEL TRUCK. REPLACE ALL METAL BRAKE LINES WITH STAINLESS STEEL LINES, ALSO REPLACE ALL THE RUBBER LINES AS A PRECAUTION.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11205160|
|Consumer Location:||TEWKSBURY, MA|
WHILE TRAVELING IN TRAFFIC ON THE HIGHWAY AT LESS THAN 30 MILES PER HOUR WHEN I WENT TO APPLY MY BRAKES THE ABS CAME ON IMMEDIATELY SHORTENING MY SAFE STOPPING DISTANCE ENOUGH SO THE END RESULT WAS A COLLISION.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11202893|
|Consumer Location:||SAN ANTONIO, TX|
THERE IS A SAFETY RECALL ON THE SHIFT LEVER INDICATOR BUT MY TRUCK WAS NOT INCLUDED AND I HAVE THAT EXACT SAM ISSUE. I CANNOT TELL WHAT GEAR MY TRUCK IS IN WHY ISNT MY VEHICLE INCLUDED? MY VEHICLE WAS STATIONARY AND GRADUALLY STARTED TO FADE AT START UP.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11195613|
|Consumer Location:||VANCOUVER, WA|
TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2005 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500 EQUIPPED WITH BF GOODRICH RUGGED TERRAIN TIRES, SIZE: LT265/75/R16 (NA). WHILE DRIVING APPROXIMATELY 55 MPH, THE REAR PASSENGER TIRE STARTED TO MAKE AN ABNORMAL NOISE. THE VEHICLE WAS TAKEN TO DISCOUNT TIRE TO BE INSPECTED. THE CONTACT WAS INFORMED OF PLY SEPARATION TO THE TIRE. THE TIRE WAS REPLACED. APPROXIMATELY 26 DAYS LATER, THE REAR DRIVER'S SIDE TIRE EXPERIENCED A BLOWOUT. THE TIRE WAS REPLACED. THE TIRE MANUFACTURER WAS CONTACTED BY DISCOUNT TIRE AND INFORMED OF THE FAILURES. THE APPROXIMATE VEHICLE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 138,000. THE TIRE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS UNKNOWN.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11194473|
|Consumer Location:||LAFAYETTE, LA|
HI MY NAME IS [XXX] MY EMAIL IS [XXX]. I'VE HAD MY 2005 CHEVROLET SILVERADO SS TRUCK WITH THE 6.0 ENGINE FOR FIVE YEARS. IN THOSE 5 YEARS I HAVE HAD TO CHANGE THE WHEEL HUB ASSEMBLY'S AND THE FRONT ROTORS 7 TIMES. I'M PRETTY SICK OF THIS RECURRING ISSUE I SEE THAT THERE WAS A RECALL ON THE REGULAR SILVERADOS FOR MY YEAR BUT NOT ON THE 6.0 ENGINE I'M NOT SURE WHAT GIVES BUT I NEED THIS PROBLEM TO BE RECTIFIED. THIS IS A NORMAL EVERYDAY DRIVING VEHICLE TO AND FROM WORK NOTHING SPECTACULAR AND THERE SHOULDN'T BE THAT MUCH WEAR AND TEAR ON THOSE PARTS IN THAT LITTLE BIT OF TIME I'VE OWNED TONS OF OTHER VEHICLES FOR THAT AMOUNT OF TIME AND LONGER AND I'VE NEVER HAD TO CHANGE THAT PART ONCE I'VE HAD TO CHANGE IT 7 TIMES ON THIS VEHICLE I REALLY LOVE MY VEHICLE AND DON'T WANT TO SELL IT SO I'M TRYING TO FIGURE OUT IF THERE IS A PERMANENT FIX FOR IT OR A RECALL. INFORMATION REDACTED PURSUANT TO THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6). *TR
|NHTSA ID Number:||11192020|
LOW MILEAGE 2005 TRUCK. AT JUST UNDER 50,000 MILES PASSENGER AIRBAG DASH LIGHT CAME ON (NOV. 2018). PERFORMED PROTOCOL ACCORDING TO MANUAL AND IT TURNED OFF. CAME BACK ON SAME DAY AFTER MOVING PASSENGER SEAT TO CLEAN. DEALERSHIP IN MISSOULA MONTANA CLAIMED NEEDED PASSENGER AIRBAG REPLACEMENT, COST OVER $800.00. ADMITTED NOT A PROBLEM MECHANICALLY THAT WOULD AFFECT THE TRUCK IF DID NOT REPLACE. AFTER READING ON THIS SITE THE RELIABILITY OF THE AIR BAGS IN THIS TRUCK, NOT WORTH IT TO ME. MILEAGE TODAY MARCH 2019 LITTLE UNDER 51,000.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11184189|
|Consumer Location:||IDAHO FALLS, ID|
I HAVE HAD TWO VALVE STEM FAILURES IN THE LAST TWO MONTHS. THE VALVE STEMS THAT WERE PUT IN WHEN I REPLACED THE TIRES ARE RATED AT 65 PSI MAX. THE TRUCKS RECOMMENDED TIRE PRESSURE IS 80 PSI. THE TWO TIRE INSTALLERS THAT I TALKED TO SAY THE 65 PSI VALVE STEMS ARE INSTALLED FOR ALL VEHICLES. IS THIS REALLY SAFE?
|NHTSA ID Number:||11182401|
|Consumer Location:||MAYS LANDING, NJ|
WHILE DRIVING APPROX 50MPH ON 2-LANE HIGHWAY A BRAKE LINE BURST UNDER HARD BRAKING (VEHICLE IN FRONT OF ME SUDDENLY SLOWED TO MAKE A TURN OFF THE HIGHWAY) DUE TO RUST. PEDAL WENT ALL THE WAY TO THE FLOOR AND I LOST SIGNIFICANT BRAKING POWER. THIS RESULTED IN A MINOR ACCIDENT WHERE I DENTED THE BUMPER OF THE TRUCK THAT WAS TURNING AND SIGNIFICANTLY BENT THE RIGHT END OF MY FRONT BUMPER. WAS ABLE TO CONTINUE THE TRIP THE LAST 50 MILES TO MY DESTINATION BUT BRAKING DISTANCES WERE CONSIDERABLY LONGER THAN NORMAL. TOOK IT TO A LOCAL MECHANIC WHO SAID ALL THE BRAKE LINES WERE RUSTED AND HAD TO BE REPLACED.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11176307|
|Consumer Location:||DALLAS, TX|
TL* TAKATA RECALL. THE CONTACT OWNS A 2005 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE AIR BAG WARNING INDICATOR ILLUMINATED AND REMAINED LIT. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT DIAGNOSED OR REPAIRED. THE DEALER WAS NOT NOTIFIED. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT INCLUDED IN A RECALL. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS NOT AVAILABLE.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11171022|
|Consumer Location:||BRAZIL, IN|
WHEN BRAKES ARE APPLIED WHILE DRIVING AND THE ANTI-LOCK BRAKE FEATURE ENGAGES BECAUSE OF SLICK CONDITIONS, THE BRAKES LOCK UP AND REMAIN THAT WAY EVEN WHEN THE BRAKE PEDAL IS RELEASED. THIS CAUSES THE TRUCK TO GO INTO A SLIDE. IT HAPPENS AT ALL SPEEDS BUT ONLY WHEN THE ABS IS ENGAGING.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11166728|
|Consumer Location:||CHRISTIANSBURG, VA|
THE TRANSFER CASE MODULE IS NOT WORKING IN THIS TRUCK I CHANGED THE BUTTONS UNIT BUT STILL THE SAME PROBLEM AND THE POWER GOES OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF MY DIVING. SEVERAL MECHANICS CHANGE SOME PARTS BUT STILL THE SAME. I CAN WON;T BE ABLE TO GET OUT IN A SITUATION WHERE I NEED THE 4X4 THE DASH DOESN'T SHOW THE CORRECT INFORMATION, ONLY THE FUEL AND RPM
|NHTSA ID Number:||11163193|
|Consumer Location:||EAST STROUDSBURG, PA|
WHILE TRAVELING AT ABOUT 5 MPH, I EXPERIENCE A TOTAL BRAKE FAILURE. THE PETAL DROPPED TO THE FLOOR. I WAS UNABLE TO STOP THE VEHICLE RESULTING IN A REAR END COLLISION WITH THE STOPPED VEHICLE IN FRONT OF ME. IT WAS DETERMINED THAT A BRAKE LINE RUPTURED. I WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT IT WAS A LAW THAT VEHICLES OF THIS YEAR HAD A DUAL BRAKING SYSTEM TO AVOID THIS SITUATION. IF THIS VEHICLE DOES HAVE SUCH A SYSTEM IT DID NOT FUNCTION.THE VEHICLE HAD TO BE TOWED FROM THE SCENE SINCE IT HAD NO BRAKES.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11129682|
|Consumer Location:||INDIANAPOLIS, IN|
BRAKE LINES RUSTING OUT NO WARNING NO BRAKES. ON HIGHWAY WITH MY GRANDCHILDREN WENT TO HIT THEE BRAKES WENT TO THE FLOOR I DID GET IT STOPPED AND TOWED HOME BUT COULD HAVE BEEN REAL BAD IF MY FAMILY WAS HURT. ONLY 100000 ON MY TRUCK AND WELL CARED FOR OIL AND EVERYTHING
|NHTSA ID Number:||11128405|
TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2005 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500. WHILE THE VEHICLE WAS ON AN INCLINE, THE BRAKES FAILED TO ENGAGE WITHOUT WARNING. AFTER DEPRESSING THE BRAKE PEDAL SEVERAL TIMES, THE BRAKES WERE ABLE TO ENGAGE. THE DEALER AND MANUFACTURER WERE NOT CONTACTED. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT DIAGNOSED OR REPAIRED. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS APPROXIMATELY 85,349.