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Ag76

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About Ag76

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    Texas
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    2015 Sierra 1500 SLT Bronze Alloy
  1. A friend with a 2016 Tahoe just received notice from GM that they are extending the warranty on his Tahoe's condenser to five years or 60,000 miles, whichever occurs first. He said the notice included the 2016 Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon, Yukon XL, and Escalade. (Escalade warranty was extended to six years or 72,000 miles) It did not mention 2016 trucks. Anyone with a truck receive a warranty extension like this from GM?
  2. I'm glad it was an easy fix! Thanks for the update.
  3. There is a notch under the left side of the intake that slides onto, and sits on a bracket that keeps it in position. It looks like from your photo that maybe the intake has come off of the bracket so is now sitting crooked. Maybe the critter crawling around your engine compartment pushed the intake off the bracket?
  4. I traded in my 2011 Toyota 4Runner that was under a safety recall for the passenger side airbag exploding. There was no fix at the time, so the Toyota dealer suggested that if I was driving, my wife sit in the back seat. Traded it in for a 2016 Tahoe, but I guess the dealer couldn't sell it until the recall fix was done.
  5. Steve, mine didn't come in a carton....both times shipped in a sealed plastic bag with AC Delco part stickers on them.
  6. After I read your suggestion, I was able to talk my wife out of one of her old cutting sheets....I'm sure she just used that as a reason to get a new one.
  7. My wife's 2016 Tahoe does the same thing...after a short while it does finally stop. The cooling of the hot plastic bezel makes sense, so thanks for the explanation.
  8. Yep, I haven't used the factory navigation in my 2015 Sierra since the truck was new. Right after I bought the truck, my wife and I took it on a trip from Texas to Colorado. On the road down from Mesa Verde, the nav directed me to take a right turn into the side of the mountain. My smartphone is so much better.....
  9. Thanks for the heads up...I've filled up once or twice with Sunoco because i thought I'd read somewhere Sunoco was Top Tier. I didn't have a good feeling about it (cashier had no idea what Top Tier was) though and try to only full up with Chevron in my area. I also read on the Top Tier website that Valero was Top Tier, but for some reason don't feel good about that one either. If somebody can set me straight, that would be great, because I pass lots of Valero stations to get to a Chevron.
  10. Sorry, I meant the roof on your house. Golf ball size hail will usually do quite a bit of damage to a composition shingle roof.
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