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What are some common problems with the chassis in Chevy trucks?

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Consumer complaints for the Chevrolet pickup truck chassis frequently concern rust and corrosion on the frame, vibrations at highway speeds connected to the suspension and chassis, and a peeling or crumbling protective wax layer. When the wax coating fails, the metal of the chassis is exposed to water and corrosives.

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Customers regularly complain of rust and corrosion on the frame and chassis of Chevrolet pickup trucks with fewer than 15,000 miles. When the wax and paint wear away, the metal of the chassis typically rusts very quickly, causing its surface to develop a crumbly texture that rubs off upon being touched.

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