MY 14 was not the one I initially wanted. i went in for a white all terrain with sunroof, left with a black all terrain and no sunroof lol. I Only purchased it bc of the heavy discount my brother got me. The fact that this truck is a white all terrain with sunroof, the odometer is getting close to the 80k mileage mark and some regular maintenance stuff are some of the reasons why I'm leaning towards a new truck. My thoughts are that i will always keep my vehicles for a long time, i know my wife hopes so lol, but it never seems to happen. maybe with this one if I buy it. thanks
Thanks Is it being unveiled soon?
Good point. Other then this sierra, I havnt had much luck buying first gen remodels, so I would wait. idk if I can wait bc my brother will be leaving the dealership. thanks
By no means am i super wealthy lol. i look at my truck as cost of living. Fortunately, my truck payment and mortgage is my only debt. Thanks for the input
I currently have a 2014 all terrain sierra @ 0% financing with 4 years left on payments. My brother can get me a 2017 all terrain @ 0% financing again and $13k off, just like my current truck. Money is not an issue, my concern is that the 2017 may have flaws that I am not aware of. Any thoughts would be appreciated. The new truck has a power sunroof, power rear window, 8 speed transmission, and led lights. Those are the only features different from my current truck, for a $20 difference in monthly payments.
Dub1796 replied to Xpensive Chevy's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra 1500I tried to resist, but i cant........... The light bar is crooked lol Last time i was under my truck, i remember seeing maybe 4 bumper braces with 10mm bolts. I would also suspect some type of bolt or screw in each corner of the bumper going upward into the fender for alignment purposes.
Dub1796 replied to HydrogenCyanide's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Issues, Troubleshooting, & Recalls/Service BulletinsDo you know how to use a multimeter? If you do you can determine if it is a bad start element of module. There are 2 black 2-pin plugs under the seat with a red and black wire in it. Test the red wire for 12 volts when the switch is on. Looking from the back seat, the seat element plug is attached to the console middle side and the back element is on the drivers side back. I would take pictures, but it's snowing here
Dub1796 replied to Almboss's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsDo you have the center console? Use both cigarette lighter plugs? Take one apart and mount a standard round pico switch in there. You can also retain the factory cover
the jammer is made by escort and is called the 9500ci. I install these units at my work
6 years without a ticket..... Knock on wood lol
Escort 9500ix hardwired
Just curious why you didnt mount the smart cord comtroller in the little pocket below?
Dub1796 replied to f8l vnm's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsI looked for black illuminated ones but couldnt find any. If i do find some, I'll get the leds to work. Shouldn't be an issue on the front doors bc i can wire them to the puddle lights. For the rear doors, the door pin wire is built into the latch. Just need a relay to convert polarity Find a set and I'll buy them and post a write up
Dub1796 replied to Marv88's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsLooks good. I have no rake on my truck bc I levelled the rear, maybe that is why my tailgate releases on its own. Try adjusting the latches/strikers
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