It looks nice. But Im not a fan of big one piece covers. Storage is an issue for some of us when we need the full bed. On the hard tri folds-for short trips to the bike path they fold up in front of the rear window and lock in place. For longer trips they come off and mine sits on my patio table. But your truck looks good!
I have a 2018-it does the same thing. Not all the time-it's infrequent and unpredictable. I have heard axle wrap, springs, or the torque converter not unlocking in the transmission until you are almost stopped. However-I haven't heard one solution for this. I going to the dealer for my next oil change, and it's on my list of complaints.
I don't have a relationship with the Body Shop people at any one particular dealership. That's kind of why I'm asking on here. BTW-the paint of my wife's 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe XL is better-and it had a MSRP that was $20,000.00 less.
OK-we all know the paint on the newer trucks stink and is prone to chipping. I am wondering how many of you have been successful in getting your hood repainted under the 3 year factory warranty? If so-did you take it back to the dealer you bought it from? And what did you say to have them warranty a repaint? BTW-I have a 2018 Silverado LTZ. It seems the paint should be better for a truck that at $54,000.00 MSRP!
CKNSLS replied to JASON WALDNER's topic in Silverado / Sierra & Future Vehicle Speculation & Spy ShotsYou can't install a "factory one". However-I would buy a Prodigy brake controller. There are instructions on youtube or e-trailer. OR-you could always ask here if you need more help. https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Brake-Controller/Tekonsha/TK90160.html
You can buy a very small ratchet to fit the bit in. There is also an angled tool you can use. Wheel removal is not necessary. I installed some after market ones doing it that way. If I can find the tool I will post a pic. https://www.amazon.com/General-Tools-8071-Screwdriver-Pass-through/dp/B00004T7TZ
True-but they have to use fluids that meet specs-whether there is a GM label on it or not. 95% of the time the garage has a machine -which does just that-exchanges the fluid. Yet-the term "flush" lives on in the world of the Internet. And GM doesn't approve "flushes" as your PDF proves. If they are not using GM (that meet the spec) approved fluids-then that's another thread to start about "dishonest" dealers. I am currently trying to find specs on "Rinehart" universal transmission fluid that the local "quick lube" wants to use in my wife's 2017 Hyundai 6 speed. No info online. I contacted the company-no replies there either. So-If I don't know anything about the fluid-my business is going elsewhere.
Nice post dude!
There is nothing wrong with a "trans-flush" WHICH REALLY ISN'T A "FLUSH" AT ALL. The Internet myth that refuses to die........ Let's talk about the "orange can of death" -Fram filters-that's another one.
Agree. That's why my next truck will be a RAM. The current styling design is hideous.
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