2011 silverado

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Asked by Zack2122 Jun 17, 2016 at 11:32 PM about the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Crew Cab RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have a 2011 silverado it now has 120,000 on it
i have had this problem goin on with my truck for
about 3 years off and on it started when I had
reached about 75,000 miles these lights would
come on service stabilizer track/service traction
control/ and something about the ecm/ than it
would say engine power reduced and would ride
very rough and when it shifted it shifted pretty hard
and sometimes the truck would just shut off when
I'm driving. Can someone one plz help me figure
out what it is? I took it to a mechanic and said it
was a cylinder 6 missfire and the o2 sen but I
changed that and didn't do anything.

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Scan the vehicle for DTC codes. Find a real mechanic with an old GM tech2 scan tool and read which WSS / harness / connector etc.. is bad. $100 is fair for the real diagnosis of issue. Regards

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I will do that I appreciate the information im just tiered of fooling with it its my only means of transportation I've been looking on YouTube and it looks like I'm not the only vehicle with the same problem

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