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  2. Kevin, one way to test the light itself is to use a 9V battery or 12V (if you have one) and apply direct power to the light and see if it comes on. Unplug the mirror from the harness and see pic. Apply + power to the cargo light circuit and - power to the ground and see if it lights up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Custom Trail Boss Console Upgrade?

    Armed rest should work on both Chevy haven’t changed all this
  4. Mine looked black, like well used motor oil. I modified the thermostat to keep the fluid cooler and added an external auxiliary filter. Hopefully that will help things last a bit longer.
  5. Transmission

    Yes, change out the filter and fluid. It isn't hard to do. You can find how on Youtube. Here is a write-up I did on my 2002.
  6. Custom Trail Boss Console Upgrade?

    Just check on Chevy parts on line $276.30 today
  7. Easier than I though it would be. Getting the exhaust out of the way will be the biggest challenge. Pulling the filter seal is the second hardest part if you don’t have a seal puller. If I were to do it again, I would just leave the filter seal in place unless I had a puller. Other than those two things, it’s just a matter of disconnecting the cooler output line at the radiator or the cooler return line at the trans and flushing fluid through it to get as much of the old stuff out and new stuff in. If you are determine to get all the old fluid out, buy an extra 4-6 quarts to use for flushing. Also, even though the gasket is reusable, if you live in the rust belt, spend the extra $15 to have a gasket on hand in case your’s is compromised.
  8. Thank you for sharing! I have been a little iffy on just putting a 1.5inch on. Looks like they are saying a 305-55-20 will be fine with this lift on an AT4. Anyone know when this is coming out?
  9. Post Pics of Your 2014+

    2015 Sliverado LTZ Z71
  10. sorry no pics yet but just brought it home. lt all-star with a few option packs satin-steel dbl cab. ordered floor liners stake pocket plugs:) bedcover carwell t32 rust inhibator motofab 1.5" levelkit so far ;)
  11. I have a 2015 suburban lt and would like to go conventional also. Did you ever get any answers?
  12. NavTool

    Not sure about BBB reviews or anything on this company, but they did respond to my email inquiry... https://digital-dash-solutions.com/product-category/navigation-upgrades/
  13. Definitely wouldn't get one that goes on the vent. The vents aren't that big on the trucks and will surely block air. The phone is larger than the vent. That would be like turning the vent off. Bad choice..
  14. Bilstein shocks thread

    [emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961][emoji2961] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Accessory Trailer Camera

    any update on this? Very interested in getting this to work... Thanks!
  16. Much of a job to do trans and filter? Sent from my SM-G960W using Tapatalk
  17. Good info. Thx! I agree I still want some rake, and I’m about install my 5100’s up front on the 2nd notch up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. 275/70/18 33.2inch stock Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  19. Has anyone fit 20x12s on a 19 1500 at4? I have a set of 20x12 hostiles -44 offset with Nitto g2 terra grappler g2’s 285/55r20s mounted up from my last truck. From what ive read the backspacing at 4.75 should fit over calipers. Loved the setup on my leveled 18 Denali, but didn’t love the cutting, sledge hammer swinging, and tap screwing it took to fit that setup. In some ways it seems like the new 19 may be easier to fit wheels. I pulled off the mud flaps to see what’s behind them. Much more room behind in terms of 18 vs 19. One black metal bracket exists behind where the the mud flaps mounts furthest into the fender well. I’m not sure if the black bracket is structural support for the cab or just there to hold the mudflap... If that were to disappear it would seem there would be tons of room after a mudflap mod occurred and maybe just a tiny bit of metal cutting... anyone have any wisdom haha?
  20. Well, I deleted the electric vacuum pump and am now pulling vacuum from the PCV hose without any issues (AFM is disabled). I tried a few different ways to see if I could pull vacuum off of the intake before the throttle body because I was trying to avoid introducing any unmetered air via the PCV. As expected, they were all utter failures and I resorted to splicing a T fitting into the PCV hose. I ran my vacuum line from the PCV back to a vacuum reservoir mounted just behind the engine bay fuse box. I had to remove the wiring harness terminal closest to the bulkhead from it’s mounting bracket to allow it to drop down a few inches and make room for the reservoir. I bent up two metal brackets and mounted them with bolts to some existing holes in the upper bulkhead lip, just in front of the cabin air intake. This is a perfect spot for the reservoir IMO. It’s nice not hearing the electric vacuum pump anymore or worrying about whether or not it would fail. This is also a much cleaner set up. Here’s some pictures. Pay no attention to the hole I drilled in my intake air box nor the driver’s side valve cover breather hose... those are all the cost of doing business when trying new things. I’ve amassed nearly every part I need for a hydroboost retrofit (not cheap) but I’m considering not installing it after seeing how this setup turned out. If I end up keeping it, I’m gonna upgrade my brackets and hoses for a more finished look. When you look at the pictures try to ignore the ridiculously long valve cover breather hose. If I had the normal hose, this setup would look very clean. Unfortunately, the bend radius on the replacement hose I bought caused it to kink unless I made it long like it is in the picture. Thanks to imiller74 who shared his setup with me months ago back when he got his blower. I’ve been sitting on this idea since then and finally pulled the trigger. Now, what to do with the vacuum pump...
  21. Finally making some progress. ‘19 3500 WT Banks Derringer+iDash+Ram air intake Road Armor Vaquero front/rear bumpers cant wait for wheels tires and lift. Little things coming soon: light bar for front bumper, front fog lights, rear cubes. Anyway...enjoy!👌🏽
  22. This is only photo I can find that’s a clear side shot. This is with the above set-up and maintains about a 1/2” rake, but it appears level and stance is just right.
  23. Just got back from the window tint shop.
  24. I have a 2015 silverado that just turned 100k miles. Transmission fluid has never been changed. I'm looking for opinions on whether or not to change it. Any ideas? Any advice is helpful.
  25. I am a believer in changing the engine oil and filter every 5k miles. I changed the trans fluid and filter at around 72k and it looked like chocolate milk. Since then, every 15kk miles I pull a gallon of trans fluid out the dip stick and add a clean gallon back to the trans.
  26. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B078HG4LZG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 This the best one I found so far very decent price
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