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99 Chevy silverado Brake Problem

Discussion in 'Chevy Silverado Forum (GMC Sierra)' started by wdelong, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. wdelong

    wdelong New Member

    I have a 99 Chevy silverado and when I drive on slippery payment without applying the brakes or if I apply the brakes. the Trucks starts to move to the right. If I let go of the steering wheel the truck would move right. The brakes don't seem to have locked up. I did change the calipers, brake hoses and pads. Still same issue.
     
  2. a.graham52

    a.graham52 Rockstar 100 Posts

    we need to iron things out here first:

    waht does it do on NONE slippery pavment? (make sure the suface is flat because a slope could cause a pull)
    "WITH or WITHOUT apply the brake"? ~ more detail as to whats going on here would be a great help
    how fast are you doing?
    do you hear the abs pump buzz when it does this?
     
  3. wdelong

    wdelong New Member

    Speed does not matter how fast I go.

    NONE slippery pavment is normal but once the tire on the right of the truck engages the truck would want to move to the right. When the truck sits for a little it goes back to normal. I even have new used tires in the front.

    When I don't apply the brakes it detects a slip and does the same.
     

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