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2001 Chevrolet Express lights problems

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2001 Chevrolet Express Owner Comments

problem #1

Mar 282001

(reported on)


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A Chevrolet Express/Explorer limited SE caused serious issues on the highway for me and 4 other drivers (that I witnessed).. brake lights are so high off the ground, they are not detectable! I almost slamed into the back of this van 5 times before I could get around it. I could not tell when the van was slowing or stopping. This is a serious misjudgment in engineering. Those lights are easily 4 foot about the height of an 18 wheelers. No one is accustom to looking that high up for brake lights.

- Dallas, TX, USA

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