Refer to diagram. If you encounter any abnormal grinding noises, the cause could be from the diffrential rather than the wheel speed sensors.
October, 11, 2012 AT 4:21 AM
Sir, the silverado that we have here, the rear brakes are Drum brakes not rotor disk brakes. Only the front are rotor disk brakes. The diagram that you sent to me is rotor disk brake. One more thing is that when I run the car, it would take almost 100 meters before the speedometer work and the transmission start to shift as well.I replaced the vehicle speed sensor but still the same problem.
October, 11, 2012 AT 11:52 AM
Disk or drum they should be similar in location. However some only uses one sensor and that is on the differential. I do not know if yours is equipped with this. Our database des not have much on the location of the sensors. Even the diagnostic is rather vague.
What is your exact model? C1500 etc
October, 11, 2012 AT 1:39 PM
This silverado model is C1500. VIN 1GCEK14J57Z576861. Because I cant find the rear wheel speed sensor, I opt to replace the vehicle speed sensor and scanned it again. But it displays the same DTC C0055.
October, 11, 2012 AT 5:33 PM
Check the rear of brake at backing plate to see if tou can find the sensors.