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Rear Suspension Problems of Chevrolet Avalanche



Chevrolet Avalanche owners have reported 3 problems related to rear suspension (under the suspension category).

car image   Rear Suspension problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche 1
Failure Date: 09/16/2005

Whine in the rear end of 2005 chevy Avalanche , dealer says they can not hear it knocking or ticking in the front end when you turn the steering wheel.

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car image   Rear Suspension problem of the 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche 2
Failure Date: 02/09/2004

A substantial amount of tire sidewall flex and under sprung suspension has caused back kick out on corners with bumps or expansion joints.

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car image   Rear Suspension problem of the 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche 3
Failure Date: 04/19/2002

The vehicle's suspension is not adequate for pulling a boat & trailer weighing no more than 3500 lbs with a tongue weight of no more than 300 lbs. Although all info given by Chevrolet says the vehicle will pull 7,100 lbs with a tongue weight of 1,065 lbs. Max. While pulling any boat & trailer (we hooked up several trailers) that fall under these max. Weights, the vehicle violently vibrates at any speed. Dealership hooked same boat & trailer up to comparable Avalanche with same results. Dealership admits the problem is in the suspension, but Chevrolet claims this is not a defect.

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