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Thesavo

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  1. I work for a Radio and TV station. We also broadcast an HD radio signal. From time to time we have to troubleshoot HD radio. It would be handy to check it while driving and we get an alert that HD radio is having problems. The same way we can tune to analog radio already. We have a 2016 Silverado 1LS . It currently does NOT have HD radio. I have read in another thread that HD radio couldn't be added to My 2015, and that 2014-16 radios are not inter-compatible. Does that same hold true for adding HD radio functionality to 2016? I read in the Order guide that HD radio is standard equipment in the LT/LTZ series. This is listed with an RPO Ref code of U2L. Our Truck has RPO code U2J on the list in the glovebox. This is The diagram for 216 shows RPO codes for U2K/U2M contain XM radio and XM+HD respectively.
  2. Resolved. It was the passenger side front hub /bearing assembly. The trac sensor is sealed. It was expensive at the shop we went to. The mechanic said that when that happens the system trac control is resetting and not usable at that moment. Sent from my VS910 4G using Tapatalk
  3. Would that have to be a dealer scan? Or will an off - the -shelf ODB II reader work? The check engine light is not on. And I belive it passes the prove out test. Sent from my VS910 4G using Tapatalk
  4. Hello all. I am new here and am trying to assist my father with his 2007 chevy express 3500. It's a 14-passenger, so long wheel base, I presume. V8 gasoline. It started a few weeks ago. It was intermittent, now this is always happening. When coming to a complete stop. When he starts going again, the traction control lamp starts flashing for 5 seconds we he goes over 5 miles an hour. Then it goes out. This will happen every time, unless you slow down to more than ~ 5 miles an hour. Then no flashing stabilitrak light. Also I hear a clicking like noise from what I think is the front drivers side wheel. This was happening before we had the rear brakes serviced. It made no difference. If it helps, the van has over 75,000 miles. Thanks for any assistance. Sent from my VS910 4G using Tapatalk
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