This is my 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 LT. I have gone in and out of this vehicle adding, changing, modifying, making it a better vehicle for my personal preference. There are things like, lift kits, spacers, shocks, speakers, center console, tint, intake, exhaust, train horn, after market lighting, switches, ect. that have been added to this vehicle. I work on all vehicles even diesels and side by sides and will help you with your projects.
If you have any questions regarding help, how to, or what I have done, please PM me and I will certainly help you through any process. Building vehicles has been a passion for me and I will help you achieve your goal as I continue to achieve mine. I am open to all questions.
By sgt panties
I'm trying to determine whether I have the common gauge cluster stepper motor problem or if it is something else.
I noticed today that all of my gauges were pegged to zero and inoperable. Is it common for them to go out all at once like that? (I could understand failure of one at the time.) Or is it some other problem?
I pulled the cluster. All of the solder joints looked good --still shiny and new. The only odd thing is that two dozen of the test points (or vias) have splotches or corrosion around them (see pictures).
All of my fuses (both boxes) test continuous. No codes from my OBD2 reader. The lights seem all good.
I just don't want to send my cluster in and find the real problem is somewhere else in the vehicle.
By Often Late
Hey guys and gals, I'm Luke and I have been a die hard GM guy my whole life, shoulda found this place a long time ago but I'm here now with a fairly difficult request.
I want to customize my back window of my 2012 sierra so that the whole window can open. I believe the Tundra has the power rear slider. I don't care about power, I just want to be able to remove it or flip it up or down and get it out of the way. Any ideas or advice would be much appreciated. Maybe you have seen some things done or actually done them yourself. Anything can help.
I just rolled over 30k miles on my cc4wd, '16 with the 5.3, and 8 speed. I have read more than a handful of people recommending getting a tune (usually when the warranty runs out)...so this is my first post about that...before I really start my research, I wanted to get some real life experiences and expectations...
I get that i can make my truck run like a banshee...but I don't need a hot rod...I just want to get optimal power and optimal MPG under normal driving...I rarely tow anything...and I drive pretty conservatively...
in my scenario...would you still recommend a tune? what can I expect to get out of one? is there any that are the best value, what about getting a tune off the shelf verses going to a shop and getting it done?
if I lose any mpg's it probably wouldnt be worth it...so I need to at least stay the same or improve...so keep that in mind...
any insight and opinions would be appreciated!
I have a 2015 3500 HD 4x4. Today I pulled the cover on the fuse panel on the driver's side dash to look for the fuse that I could move to make my 12V plugs in the center dash switched power instead of retained power.
When I got the panel off, the diagram plastered on the inside of the panel did not look anything like the fuse panel in my truck. Nor did the diagram in my owner's manual look anything like the actual fuse panel. .
I did find the fuse that I needed to move to get switched power but it was nowhere near the location shown on the diagrams. Luckily it was the only 50 amp fuse on the panel and was easily recognizable because it had the spare lug where you could move the fuse from center lug to bottom lug to center lug to top lug. Just curious why my numbered fuse panel diagrams are totally different from the actual fuse panel and am I the only one.
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