Discussion in 'Tech Info' started by SevenFortyOne, May 24, 2017.
There are plenty of videos on YouTube for this but I decided to make another one...
Just wanted to say thank you so much for this. I purchased my 04 tahoe back on 10/26 and when I did I immediately noted a faint "clunking" felt through the wheel when turning.
The dealer gave me a "due slip" and they are taking it back on 11/20 to investigate.
I kinda wanna leave a note in the truck when they pick it up that says "please check the ISS" but don't know if that would be annoying.
Oh, they know about it. Tell them you want the new ISS and the bearing replaced. I haven't changed either of mine yet. I've just "exercised" it to redistribute grease. I've done it twice now. Lasted roughly a year each time until it slowly comes back.
Watch yourself on this one. 20 minutes and I could tell you I fixed it, and you wouldn't notice you got boned for about a year.
Make sure this isn't all they're doing to "fix" your issue. Take a picture of your current bearing and maybe put a discrete mark (and photo of it) on the ISS, so when they tell you they changed them, you can call them out.
I did this about a month ago and the difference is incredible! Yes that collar was a PIA, but just go slow and it will seat eventually.
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