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No Tyme

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  • Birthday 11/26/1954

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    Rob
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    Monroe County Michigan
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    2014 Crew 4X4 LT

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  1. Can't answer that, wife doesn't keep one long enough to wear out a set of pads.
  2. My advise is make sure you look the bottom over good, since they are prone to longer a tougher winters than here in he states. As for the analog gauges they get switched out before they are sold here in the states. I know cause I was looking for an Avalanche and the dealer told be it was being prepped in Brighton for sale in the states. They swap out the gauges up there somewhere. Ended up buying one 10 miles from my house.
  3. I understand what you are saying, but I believe it is not the fact that you are not seen but the fact that most of these people now-a-days are in to big of a darn hurry. There are a couple of trucks up my way that put the LED's in the fog lights and they just blast light out and are blinding. I spent the extra money for Morimotos just to be kind to others.
  4. Not a problem at all. Reach out to this guy "pgamboa" on this forum. He re-pins the door harness's so everything is plug and play, from DL8 to DL3 is a simple install.
  5. Yes, mine vary a couple pounds also. I have a better than average gauge than most people have. Not sure if it is the sensors because I have 2 sets of tires, one for summer and one for winter. The winter set which are newer and are closer in number that my summer set. Both sets are the same size just run Blizzaks in winter with the plastic style wheel covering.
  6. If you mod the seat backs to fold down when you flip up the seat bottoms, no they will fold down... They may not fall down and made need some help to fold forward but they shouldn't fall down, at least mine don't. Mine also catch on the outer edge of the plastic that covers the hinged area of the seat so you will hear a little noise from that area if you do the mod.
  7. I don't have the factory Bose system but have drove a truck with such... pretty good for sure. But I needed some more "thump" so I did a pair of Sound Ordinance 8" powered subs on the back wall of the cab and I got the thump... and I am retired, LOL.
  8. I went with Sound Ordinance power subs. Yes subs, 2 mounted on the back wall of the cab. I still have my under seat storage and can control both subs with 1 gain knob. More than enough thump for me.
  9. I would like to ask a question of others that are having this problem... Has anyone of you changed out you brake light bulbs say to LED's? Any mod to you brake light wiring or tail lights? Causes for this P0573 cruise control code may include: Cruise control/Brake switch defective Wiring issue (e.g. pinched on brake pedal, chafed, etc.) ECM (engine control module) issue (i.e. internal short, open, etc.) Debris/dirt mechanically hindering brake switch operation Brake switch not adjusted properly Brake switch out of it's mount Symptoms of a P0573 diagnostic code may include: Cruise control completely inoperative Erratic cruise control operation Certain functions not operating as they should (e.g. set,resume, accel., etc.) Cruise control turning on but not engaging No brake lights if the brake light switch is faulty
  10. So you are saying you would spin your tires on wet payment after such a mod? I would like more info if you disabled TC and this was the result... How about your tires? Brand? No weight in bed?
  11. Well, I need to clarify that I am NOT looking to spin my tires just looking for a more attentive animal. Most people have been in the position at least once or twice in their lifetime... you need to go and you need to go NOW. I just want a more responsive truck.
  12. Well, I might like a bit more twitchy, at least a bit more of a truck that's actually awake and not knapping so I have to kick it in the ass to wake it up. I understand a bit of torque management is needed, but my girl feels like she is not paying attention and that isn't acceptable to me. I want her full attention as that is what I give her when I am behind the wheel.
  13. There is one brand name that does not seem to cover the Silverado but there are several manufactures who now make them. All kinda pricey for what they are.
  14. Yes, great reply. I have done this mod and it helps a great deal but the 1 one thousand, 2 one thous... before launch is my issue. When I gotta go I want to go not just think about it and then go.
  15. For me it is a "built in" response over the many years of driving. I often refer to an old saying, "you can't teach an old dog new tricks", LOL. I guess I can live with it or try and change it, but my thought is it will be much harder to change me, and the many years of driving responses I have acquired vs changing the trucks responses. Not getting into these situations is the best thought but crap happens and actually it happens more and more these days... I understand GM's thought behind this delaying the throttles response to prevent driveline failure but I am the captain of my ship and not the computer. JMO
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