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Old 07-06-2015, 12:13 AM   #11
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I was just looking at service bulletins for chev/gmc trucks. I think you should make an appointment with your local dealer and get them to look up service bullion #13240 for loss of steering assist. This would possibly be a reprogramming of your steering module and should be covered under your warranty
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Ok thanks, I have an appointment this week. I will mention it to them.

On the upside, since my truck is out of commission, my trailer dealership has agreed to come get the fiver for its appointment free of charge.
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Update- the truck is at the dealership. They think it is a bad gearbox causing things to bind up. They said that can make it feel like brakes are locking up but not really. Keeping fingers crossed that is it. Any thoughts on this diagnosis?
I should be getting it back tomorrow. Also, it turns out my chevy warranty covers a rental car for downtime for repairs. Thank you Hendrick chevrolet for telling me that and getting it set up for me!
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