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mlr_90

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About mlr_90

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    2015 GMC Sierra 1500 All Terrain
  1. Thank you, sir! Sent from my SM-P600 using Tapatalk
  2. WA433B/GJB should be the codes. Here's my 2017. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. 2017 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate 6.2l. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
  4. Well. The repair could be done a lot cheaper than what the dealer is quoting These modules can be had for under $100. Part number 13587704 shows as fitting the 2015 Sierra. I'm sure there is someone on this forum that can program the VIN number for you. eBay or some place like GM Parts Direct is where I'd go. I think even another dealer would probably program it for you. Just my opinion.
  5. I currently have an Extang Trifecta on my 2015 All Terrain. I like the fact that it's easy to install and uninstall. I DO NOT like how it bows in at the front hinge. When I got the cover I sent Extang an email about the hinge pads not being installed properly. They were sitting on top of the weatherstripping creating a bulge in the cover. Waited a few days and never heard anything so I called. The guy goes through his emails and found it. I had attached photos of the pads and of how it bowed at the front hinge. He said that it was normal. He did send new pads for the the hinges. It looks almost like the cover is too tight at the front hinges. Not at all happy with it but I'm outside my 30 days with Autoanything and Extang doesn't act like it's a problem. I had another brand tri-fold on my 2011 Silverado and it wasn't this way and cost half as much. I just didn't like the way the rear latches were They were bad about scratching the bed rail covers up.
  6. Ordered the Extang Trifecta for my 2015 All Terrain from Autoanything last night. I just hope it's as good as the reviews.
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