I 1st noticed a clunk around 39000,
right after my warrenty expired. I got
the transmission serviced as required.
It came back. Loud this time. I
replaced the U-joints. The clunk came
back, along with check engine light.
Took it in to the dealer, they fixed
nothing. 2 miles and $250 later the
clunk was back. I had under 60000 when
I had the transmission replaced. I
spoke with chevy directly on this
matter, the number in the Warrenty
book, They saw my point. They had me
bring in my records as far as
maintance, which I kept, b/c I'm anal,
and covered the cost of parts($1000)
Over all the quality of this vehicle
has been suspect.
4wd, towing package, side flares,
much better trans/quality of parts used
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