Originally Posted by BanksLB7Duramax
Instead of finding a solution to a problem for a problem, fix your parking brake so it works properly. Then when parking, hold foot on service brakes pedal, set parking brake, then shift to park, then release foot from service brakes. When leaving, depress service brakes pedal, shift from park, then release parking brake. As mentioned, you won’t break your pin, but doing it the way I mentioned will minimize the loud clunk when pulling the shifter from park.
copy!! i just assumed the break was fine but simply couldn't handle that grade. if you say it should, ill look to have it fixed. like you say... problem solved!!
2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
- Classic LT1 Crew Cab 4WD
- 6.6L LBZ Duramax V-8
- "Built" Allison 1000 6sp Automatic Transmission
- EFI Live by Idaho Rob w/ DSP5
- MBRP 4" Turbo-Back Straight Pipe Exhaust (SP6004)
- K&N CAI (57-3057) w/ Amsoil Dry Filter Replacement (EAAU6075)
- Bean-style Sump w/ FASS Aux Fuel Pump System
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Last edited by brewpat; 03-30-2019 at 12:16 AM.