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SASK_RT

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About SASK_RT

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    Dave
  • Location
    Saskatoon
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    Male
  • Drives
    2017 Cheverolet Silverado 1500 LT Regular Cab Standard Box

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  1. General Motors Canada must have a different program for new owners. It included 4 free oil changes (Lube/oil/filter) but does not include tire rotations: The 2-Year Scheduled Lube-Oil-Filter Maintenance Program provides eligible customers in Canada, who have purchased, leased or financed a new eligible Chevrolet vehicle (excluding Spark EV), with an ACDelco oil and filter change, in accordance with the oil life monitoring system and the Owner's Manual, for 2 years or 48,000 km, whichever occurs first, with a limit of four (4) Lube-Oil-Filter services in total, performed at participating GM dealers. Fluid top offs, inspections, tire rotations, wheel alignments and balancing, etc. are not covered. This offer may not be redeemed for cash and may not be combined with certain other consumer incentives available on GM vehicles. General Motors of Canada Limited reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer, in whole or in part, at any time without prior notice. Additional conditions and limitations apply. See dealer for details.
  2. The price is in Canadian dollars...The truck in the picture is kind of a base model truck. The MSRP of a top of the line regular cab is about $50K
  3. I found this little beauty...I might have to two tone mine http://www.wheatonchev.com/VehicleDetails/new-2018-Chevrolet-Silverado_1500-Regular_Cab_Standard_Box_4_Wheel_Drive_Work_Truck-Regina-SK/3086240113
  4. I did a quick google search...It looks like you should find something on ebay. z85 Decal
  5. I had this message coming up every time I started my truck after I installed my heated steering wheel. I am not sure of the exact cause (turning the steering wheel without the key on to take off the airbag/ disconnecting the clockspring???) but I own an EFILive autocal for my diesel that allows me to read and clear codes so I tried it on my truck. It did not read any codes but I did a "clear codes" anyway and after that the message stopped. If you can got to a place that scans codes for free or have a buddy with a tuner that has that capability it my be worth a try. Good luck.
  6. I have the black platinum fender trim...pics are in this album: SASK_RT's RCSB I find that the fit could have been a little better but I think anything is better than leaving the edge exposed to rocks.
  7. I hooked up my tuner which also doubles as a code reader. It did not show any type of codes but I did a "clear codes" anyways. That seemed to resolve the recurring "steering assist reduced" message. I'm all good now
  8. I think the original fuse for the heated steering wheel is only 7.5 amps
  9. I will deal with it for now...Is there any chance the code will reset itself? Would I be able to pull this type of code using my EFILive tuner? (I'll give it a try tomorrow.) Thanks for all your help.
  10. I have tried that a couple of times already after the install. But not since I took it out for a test drive. I’ll try it again later. I’m thinking/hoping a chassis code read/reset will eliminate the message. The only time that i see the message is at start up. I just dismiss it.
  11. I think so...I have scrolled through the menus with the right side buttons and successfully used the rear buttons. I have not used the cruise control yet but the light came on in the dash when I turned on the cruise.
  12. No...Airbag light is not on. And everything seems to feel OK while steering. Thoughts?
  13. So I just finished this mod. Complete with jumper wire from the left fuse block to the connector above the bcm. Everything works well with the steering wheel but when I was all done and started the truck I got the following message in the info center..."Steering Assist Reduced..." Does anyone have any idea if I this could be related to my adding the wire to the x203 connector above the BCM...maybe I dislodged a different wire. Or...could it have been caused by turning the steering wheel back and forth while the battery was disconnected to get at the airbag removal slots. I did this in my garage with full weight on the tires. Could have forcing the steering wheel to turn have caused a physical issue? The research I've done varies from a chassis code reset to a "gear in the electronic power steering" needing to be replaced. Any thoughts?
  14. I'm still hoping someone can confirm that these terminal ends would work on either ends of the wire between the 2 connectors. I'm also wondering what is different on steering wheels from the 2500/3500 truck and the Yukon/Tahoe/Suburban's...I've seen a few steering wheels from these vehicles but when you run the part numbers, it looks like they don't fit the 1500's. Ex: 84053939, Any help would be greatly appreciated .
  15. Now that Winter is here [middle of Canada - (Saskatchewan)], I really miss the heated wheel from my old vehicle. I am looking at doing this upgrade to the '17 RCSB. I need the jumper wire between the left fuse block and the connector above the BCM. As such, I am hunting for a local source for the terminals (shipping can be a killer in Canada). Can someone confirm that these that I found will work? Grote-metri-pack-280-series-18-14-gauge-female-10pk Grote-metri-pack-280-series-18-14-gauge-male-10pk
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