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2014 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Owner Comments

problem #1

Jan 302014

Silverado 3500 4WD 8-cyl

  • miles


2014 Chevrolet Silverado. Consumer writes in regards to malfunction of pedal adjustment. The consumer stated the cargo light button and pedal adjustment button did not work, only a day after purchasing the vehicle. The consumer and her husband then decided to take a drive. When her husband put the truck in reverse, and like he always did, he slowly took his foot off the brake, and let the truck idle backwards. However, when he did, the brake pedal immediately adjusted up for a very short person and the accelerator pedal went to the floor, and the vehicle shot out of the garage very fast. The consumer was informed both pedals adjusted together, but that wasn't the way it seemed. He immediately tried to hit the brake, but it was adjusted up so high, he couldn't get his foot on it, until they were almost through the carport and the vehicle struck one of the steel posts of the carport, doing several thousands dollars of damage. The next morning, the vehicle was towed to the dealer, for an inspection. The next day, the dealer called, stating they were unable to find a problem. Also, the navigation system would not save an address. Updated 03/27/14

- Havana, IL, USA

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