Chevrolet Silverado 2500 owners have reported 9 problems related to automatic transmission cooler (under the power train category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Chevrolet Silverado 2500 based on all problems reported for the Silverado 2500.
1. Brake line (rear) corroded at plastic retaining clip located approx halfway toward the rear axle, lost braking effectiveness no accident 2. Transmission cooling line corroded at plastic retaining clip, leaked fluid, was repaired without causing any other damage within 3 weeks of incident (1) above. 3. Brake line (front left) corroded at plastic retaining clip causing loss of braking effectiveness at 30 mph, no accident, date of occurrence 9/18/2012 mileage 110k.
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The contact owns a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 hd. The contact stated that the brake pad on the rear passenger side worse out prematurely. The contact called the dealership and was told that the rotors needed to be turned and the brake pads needed to be changed. The vehicle had not been repaired at the time of the complaint. The current and failure mileages were approximately 27,000. Updated 7/16/10
the consumer stated turning the rotors and replacing the pads will not solve the problem. Worn out pads and rotors are symptoms of another problem. The calipers were not working properly. The metal brake lines and other similar metal lines such as the transmission cooler lines all showed extreme rust on the outside. Updated 07/22/jb.
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The contact owns a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500hd. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer for routine maintenance service. The technician detected defective transmission cooling lines. The vehicle was repaired under the service warranty. There was concern of the potential safety hazard. The failure mileage was 28,000. Updated 02/13/10
the consumer stated the transmission cooling lines that were replaced began to leak as well on or around January 2, 2010. The leaking transmission fluid enters the entire compartment of the vehicle creating a potential risk for a fire. The consumer stated gm was not addressing the issue properly as the updated transmission lines were failing in the same location . Updated 02/16/10.
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My transmission cooler lines were leaking and I'm concerned about it due to the transmission fluid being a combustible material. If this material dripped onto a hot exhaust and ignited while parked in the "attached" garage of our home, it could pose a major safety hazard. . . Not to mention it could do to the neighbors home being relatively close. Thank you for your time.
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Lower transmission line leaking again shortly after being replaced with a new one. This is happening to very many truck numerous times. 2006 2500 hd duramax /alison.
Leaking trans lines on 06 chevy allison trans.
Transmission lines that run from the transmission cooler next to the radiator continue to leak. The lines seem to leak more in colder climates. I am on my third set in 60 days. Transmission fluid was a flammable substance the last I knew.
Transmissions lines are continuing to leak. Have been to the dealer twice this year. Dealer has replaced cooler lines under warranty. Truck only has 32000 miles on it. Dealer needs to come up with a permanent fix, or it is going to cost the consumer a lot of money to keep having the transmission lines replaced.
Failure of hose crimp in pressurized transmission cooler line. No replacement parts availability through dealers (10) or manufacturer, is indicative of a larger problem. Other hose failures have been confirmed, by other owners of both 2006 and 2007 model years. Possibility of catastrophic hose joint failure, at high speed, with possible resulting engine compartment fire or explosion. Has been confirmed by independent ase certified mechanic. Dealer representatives confirm (unofficially) that they are aware a problem exists with this line.
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|Power Train problems||
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Transfer Case problems||
|Transmission Fluid Leaking problems||
|Automatic Transmission Cooler problems||
|Power Train Driveline problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||
|Noises During Shifting problems||
|Automatic Transmission Control Module problems||