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About Obscenejesster

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  1. Jesus that's a lot of shake. Does anyone have a shake in their Chevy that bad? If so, that is a safety issue. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  2. Hmm. That's odd. Listening to your video again, it does sound louder and higher pitched than it normally does. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  3. It only happens on cold starts when the outside temp is below 50° or so. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  4. I've never felt this on my '16 Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  5. Your rear defrost coming on for 10 minutes during remote starts in the winter time isn't enough to burn out the heating element. I believe the rear defrost will actually turn itself off after 20 minutes. After which, you'll have to reactivate it if you still need it. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  6. Guaranteed there are metal bits sitting in that block somewhere. If it wasn't under warranty, you can bet your ass they'd find those pieces of metal. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  7. The stock shocks don't help one bit when it comes to dampening bumps. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  8. Yes, you're right. It's 0W-20. I misspoke. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  9. We had unseasonably cold weather in MD for a week or so. My mileage dropped and my engine didn't like it either. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  10. Being how the 5.3 calls for 5W-20, what would happen if you use a slightly thicker viscosity? I've heard some people say that using a thicker oil made their engine run more quiet. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  11. It's the bendix drive not disengaging quick enough. It shouldn't cause any issues. All of them do this to some extent. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  12. Did you check your mass airflow sensor? That could have gotten dirty. I honestly just think a lot of these idle problems stem from the factory idle being set roughly 50 to 100 RPM's too low. GM along with every other manufacturer are pushing these trucks to the limits in order to save fuel. From the factory, the 495 RPM idle is fine but as soon as the motor gets broken in, loosens up or gets some mild carbon build up, the low RPM idle starts rearing its ugly head. Those who get a custom tune and raise their idle RPM's by 50-100 always say that they no longer have a rough idle. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  13. My rough idea has been fixed for the past month or so. I was running into the same scenario as you. Get some Liquid Molly and follow the directions using a tank of premium fuel. Fixed it for me. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  14. Mine will not default. It will read the outside temp and turn on what needs to be turned on. Right now since it's 10 degrees when I leave for work at 5am, it will automatically turn the seat heater on, rear defrost on and then the combo defrost / leg heat. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  15. These new age mechanics at these dealerships are dumb bro. They can't diagnose or fix a damn thing without a computer telling them exactly what's wrong. Not just GM though. It's all of them. All of these full size truck manufacturers took a big decline in quality due to the demand for them. They are just cranking them out left and right knowing that they aren't perfect. It's a shame too because these manufacturers make higher margins on full size pick ups than any other vehicle in their portfolio. I honestly think my next vehicle will be a midsized truck. Maybe a Tacoma or the new Ranger. I really only need 4 wheel drive. I don't need tow/hauling capacity. Good luck. I don't know what your situation is but if you didn't roll in all of your taxes/tags and dealer fees, you should be able to break even on a trade by the end of 2018. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk

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