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Peytons2

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  1. You mean just hardwire it to the fuse box?
  2. Hey guys. Second forum I've posted. I finally got my 2014 GMC Sierra. I have a valentine V1 and got a blendmount. I have a invisicord and am trying to wire into the rear view mirror. Does anyone have any tips or pictures of how to do this? Thank you
  3. Dealer let me unwind the contract. So back in market for all terrian slt
  4. Thank you guys for the info. Heard from 15HDriver that there is a stop sale on these trucks until they fix a recall. I think the dealership isn't telling me everything. I'll keep you guys updated
  5. I didn't already pay for transport. So I guess my question as of right now is that a terrible price? I feel like they are charging me this price to fix something else or get money back from the negotiating we did. What would be a normal price?
  6. The truck had a clean carfax other then moderate damage from getting hit in the back.
  7. Hey guys, didn't mean to run away from the post. Work shift have been gone. So here is the full story. I live in Alabama and was talking to a person at a dealership (Crysler Jeep Dodge) and they had told me the truck was ready to be test driven. So we drove up there Sunday (7/2/17) to look at it and buy it. We get there and they say the truck isn't ready because they had just gotten it in but we can test drive it and if we want it they can deliver it. Test drive it and I end up signing the papers and putting money down. The week goes by the truck goes through service and get the call yesterday saying well the truck needs the 2 strut assemblies and 2 rear shocks. The guy is saying 902$ is the lowest at cost price. So we say no just go ahead and deliver it amd we will do it in Alabama. He calls back 4 hours later saying due to safety concerns it's a risk and they can't let it leave the lot. So I bought the truck on 7/2/17 and now I can't have it until that's fixed is what they are saying. In Atlanta they do
  8. Hey guys, didn't mean to run away from the post. Work shift have been gone. So here is the full story. I live in Alabama and was talking to a person at a dealership (Crysler Jeep Dodge) and they had told me the truck was ready to be test driven. So we drove up there Sunday (7/2/17) to look at it and buy it. We get there and they say the truck isn't ready because they had just gotten it in but we can test drive it and if we want it they can deliver it. Test drive it and I end up signing the papers and putting money down. The week goes by the truck goes through service and get the call yesterday saying well the truck needs the 2 strut assemblies and 2 rear shocks. The guy is saying 902$ is the lowest at cost price. So we say no just go ahead and deliver it amd we will do it in Alabama. He calls back 4 hours later saying due to safety concerns it's a risk and they can't let it leave the lot. So I bought the truck on 7/2/17 and now I can't have it until that's fixed is what they are saying.
  9. I bought a 2014 GMC Sierra SLT all terrian last Sunday and they just got it in. I've been waiting all week to have it delivered. I got a call today saying the front strut assembly and the back shocks need to be replaced. I got a quote of 902$ And told them no it was fine. Now the dealership won't let me leave the lot for (safety concerns). So my question is are they screwing me with the price and the excuses? I've already signed and everything.
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