View Thread: I love my hoe
In the last week, I drove the tahoe about 1500 miles. It now has 39800k miles on it. I need to take it in because there's some fluid apparently leaking from the rear axle. Any ideas what could have caused this? Also, do you think I should deprogram the sucker before I take it in so they don't tell me the upgraded ecu was the cause of this? (unfortunately, I left the programmer at home in LA, so I won't be able to deprogram it until my family comes up to visit in 3 weeks.
Deprogram it. They'll find a way to blame it on you.
Yeah, deprogram it definitely.
In my last car, the fuel pump went out. They tried to blame it on my subwoofer amp. ????
Needless to say, I had to argue with them to get them to replace the fuel pump. How they could be related????
With your reprogramming, they'll blame it on the extra 5hp you got out of it. It's excess stress on the drivetrain.
Ya, ok I guess. I'll have to wait another 3 weeks though.
Keep the gear oil level up and wait then.
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Nah..thos are hos.
why thank you captain obviuos, from fake nail down to the toes, ha ha ha ha we luv deez hoes, we luv deez hoes a ho lot...so fa la ti da ha
Ok, I'm leaking brake fluid. How safe! :tahoe:
hah..you think leaking brake fluid is bad?...my friend is so dumb he has let his brakes go so long that the E-Brake light is contantly on and he cannot stop the car without using the emergency brake...yet he still wants me to ride around in that car with him...
I get to go take it to the dealer today. Let's see what they say!
The brake fluid's probably from the E-brake. The GMT e brake assemblies suck real bad.
Well, it was only gear oil. There was a broken gasket in the differential.
As soon as I pulled out from the service department, one lady decides she can roll through a stop that led into a 45 mph street. So , I swerve around her. Then, by the time I'm up to 50 mph, another idiot in an S10 decides to come out, stop in the middle of the street, then look left to see a Tahoe coming its way to crush it.
He pulled out and stopped in a matter of 1/2 a second. I slammed on the brakes and swerved waaaay left, was on 2 wheels for a fraction of a second, and adjusted to keep from rolling. I missed the guy's front bumper by about 1 foot. This was the best driving I have ever done!
I have never had to swerve and brake at the same time in the hoe. I obviously try to avoid situations like that while driving something that highly cenetered. The abs totally kicked in, and I managed to control the hoe. It was amazing. When i passed him, I looked in my rearview, the guy was just stopped. He probably shat his pants and then he was holding up even more traffic.
:badass: You guys should have seen this. You definately would have been proud! :cheers:
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