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Ironman24

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About Ironman24

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    NJ
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    2016 GMC Sierra All-Terrain
  1. I didn't think the roof marker lights had a switch. They run off the parking lights? I don't have them on my current truck but on my 2005 HD they were tied into the parking lights.
  2. I would say if you want to go used, look for a 16 + I was looking used and found a 14,15 and 16 all SLT or LTZ's with all the options I wanted. I ended up spending a few more dollars then I had planned and wend with the 16. So glad I did the headlights and the upgraded radio display is what made the decision easy. But I would wait and see what the 4th of July sales bring. Might be able to get a new one for very closed to a used price.
  3. I put mine in myself. VERY VERY easy to do. I would not pay the dealer to install it. I have a black interior and that gets the gray one, as the pillars and head liner are gray. So I assume the other color is for the cocoa dune interior.
  4. Would you happen to have a few pictures? I am thinking about running that size in BFG's. Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
  5. I think it would work just fine. The only thing I can see is the one for the drop in liner looks flat and the one I have for the spray in is shaped to fit in the bed grooves.... if that makes any sense. But yes the flat one should work.
  6. I have the bed rug bed mat in my truck over the spray in liner. Fits great. Its basically the bed rug without the sides. Took it out of my 2007 and it dropped right in my 2016. $105 at Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Bedrug-BMC07SBD-Truck-Bed-Mat/dp/B003CSJB70/ref=sr_1_sc_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1496765762&sr=8-3-spell&keywords=bed+rug+mat+2016+sierra Edit: The one linked above is for a drop in liner. Looks like the one for a spray in liner is a little more $159 at auto anything. http://www.autoanything.com/cargo-liners/61A3742A0A0.aspx
  7. I thought for the 2016 model year they cut it back from 4 free to 2 free. The dealer I bought the truck at did say they would give me 2 more for a total of 4. BUT the dealer is over an hour away and I don't see myself driving over an hour for the oil change. Ill ask my dealer when Its time but I thought someone might have come across a similar situation.
  8. So My question is about the free oil changes. I just bought my truck as a certified pre-owned gm. As being a certified vehicle it comes with 2 free oil changes. My question is when the truck was new (2016) It came with two oil changes. If the original owner did not use those first two free oil changes do they stay with the truck and now become mine? When I look up in my gm owners center it is still showing the first two available because the time/mileage is not up. The mileage on the first two will expire before the mileage on the CPO second two so Im wondering if when I go to get my first oil change done that it can be applied to the first ones? Any Ideas? Loving the truck so far!
  9. Best visual is to Jack the front of your truck up 2.5 inches. That's what it will look like. [emoji4] Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
  10. Forget it. Just realized that wasn't the backup socket. [emoji18] Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
  11. Trying to change out my backup lights on my 2016 Sierra All Terrain. Does the red piece in the picture act as a lock? Socket doesn't want to come out. Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
  12. So do you guys take the diodes out when you go to the dealer for service? Just wondering if I should pull it out before I go in for my free oil change. No reason for them to look under the dash but you never know. What does everyone do? Sent from my XT1650 using Tapatalk
  13. Sun came out today for a little bit so I had to take some pictures
  14. My Oakley case fits perfect and it's deep enough where you can't see it from the outside.
  15. Saying goodbye to my 2007 My new to me 2016 All-terrain
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