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2003 silverado Strange issue !

Old January 10th, 2019, 12:17 AM
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my brother in law bought a 2003 Siverado and loves it, but , he swares that the truck "tilts" from side to side when it's "not moving" ! thought he was going nuts! then he put a" level" on the tail gate and (the engine OFF) the truck Does go one way then the other. do these things have some kind of load leveler, or air ride ? I've seen this kind of thing in old Lincolns and caddi's, but never in a truck . any ideas?
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Old January 10th, 2019, 12:46 AM
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Originally Posted by lou6t4gto View Post
my brother in law bought a 2003 Siverado and loves it, but , he swares that the truck "tilts" from side to side when it's "not moving" ! thought he was going nuts! then he put a" level" on the tail gate and (the engine OFF) the truck Does go one way then the other. do these things have some kind of load leveler, or air ride ? I've seen this kind of thing in old Lincolns and caddi's, but never in a truck . any ideas?
None at all. All I know is that is non-issue for me. If you ever have seen how I drive off-road in my old Jeep, or my K-1500 you wouldnt even care! LOL!!!
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Old January 10th, 2019, 12:20 PM
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Is this happening on a windy day????
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