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Coby7Member Since 04 Oct 2016
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Magnetic Hill, New Brunswick
2011 Silver Silverado ext cab
I repair GM FOBs and instrument panels for GM pick-ups 03-07
Posted by Coby7 on 06 June 2017 - 07:57 PM
Posted by Coby7 on 30 April 2017 - 04:04 PM
A truck is an investment when you need it to make money, buying a truck to do burnouts is not a keen investment. Consider a pair of Michelins at $640 plus tax plus installation and balancing (very little if it's a Michelin) I would rather you smoke a joint. Money better spent. I paid over $1500 for 4 Michelins, I'll be damned if I'm going to waste any of that money on a burnout.
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Posted by Coby7 on 29 April 2017 - 06:44 AM
Doesn't the CX-5 have proximity sensors for collision avoidance?
I guess I'm lucky that mine only runs over the garbage bags, then drags and spreads it all over the city. I keep my vehicles clear from where she's going to be, in fact I keep them in a separate driveway. Good habit I took when I had the Corvettes.
Posted by Coby7 on 27 April 2017 - 04:00 PM
In the shop today I finally got that cluster to shut down after ignition power removed, spent at least 4 hours under microscope and finally found a crack in the solder. Re-flowed and it hasn't failed in 100 attempts. Then repaired the dead PRND321 display, I replaced the stepper motors and bulbs with cool white. This is a GFX special edition and looks particularly nice in cool white with the silver backing.
Don't think I made minimum wage on this one, but the guy will be happy to see it work again. That's all that counts for me. My eyes burn and I will probably have plenty of eye crispies in the morning but I'll survive.
Posted by Coby7 on 25 April 2017 - 06:55 AM
If it's the new style body, the RCDLR was a little kwirky and sometimes would lose programming. I found 2 solutions, one was to remove the fuse for the RCDLR and wait 10 seconds, plug it back in and try your remotes. If this doesn't work try reprogramming them, the 07 has on board programming.
2007 New Body Style
Use this Procedure for Vehicles with
Driver Information Center Buttons
This information is in your Owners Manual in the
Drivers Information Center Section.
1. Insert Key and turn to ON position so you can access Driver Information Center
2. Press the vehicle information button until
PRESS TO RELEARN REMOTE KEY displays
3. Press the set/reset button until
REMOTE KEY LEARNING ACTIVE displays
4. Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons on the keyless remote at the same
time for approximatley 15 seconds. A chime will sound indicating that the remote is
5. To program additional remotes at this time repeat step 4.
This vehicle can have a maximum of eight remotes programmed
6. To exit programming mode turn key off and remove key.
Use this Procedure for Vehicles without
Drivers Information Center Buttons
To access this display, the vehicle must be in Park (P) with key in the on position (as far
as you can go without cranking engine)
1. Press the trip odometer reset stem until RELEARN REMOTE KEY displays.
2. Press and hold the trip odometer reset stem for three seconds.
The message REMOTE KEY LEARNING ACTIVE will display
3. Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons on the first keyless remote at the same
time for approximately 15 seconds. A chime will sound indicating that the remote is
4. To program additional remotes at this time repeat step 3.
This vehicle can have a maximum of eight remotes programmed.
5. To exit programming mode turn key off and remove key.
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