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rusty503

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About rusty503

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    Dan
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    Spring Lake NC
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado 1500 DCRB

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  1. TPMS reset issues

    When you are trying this are the old tires close to the vehicle? You must get those far from the truck. Move them and try again. It should work out then.
  2. All I'm seeing there are fuses. You need to check any relays in the circuit.
  3. I am right in the path (Fort Bragg area) and it is gonna be a bad one. After what Hurricane Matthew did, this is projected to be even worse. All we can do is hope for the best and prepare for the worst. Forecast calls for 20 inches of rain.
  4. Weird reading on average MPG

    I was only responding to your first post.
  5. Weird reading on average MPG

    You are worrying too much about something that is totally normal. Think about it. The truck is still using fuel while idling but not racking up any additional miles. Do the math.
  6. Front Clip- Grille

    I looked on ebay and it looks like the hood is correct but the grill is wrong. I searched for 2004 2500 silverado.
  7. That's where you should start looking at first. Almost positive that is wired incorrectly.
  8. Two possibilities I can think of. One, wrong temp sensor. Two, if there is a relay in the circuit, possibly wired incorrectly.
  9. Wood grain...

    You replied to a thread that is over three years old. I don't think it will happen.
  10. Bed Net?

    There is something plastic that you can use or at least it is close to plastic. Go to Lowes or Home depot or whatever is in your area and look for composite decking boards. Get one, cut it down to size and you will be set. These don't warp, shrink or fade and will last for a long time.
  11. That is not the camera. That is the front facing light sensor and normal. That is used for the auto dimming function. The camera is actually in the black blob around the base of the mirror.
  12. Try hitting the cargo light switch. Hit it several times if necessary.
  13. I think I may have the solution to the no audio issue. It seems that Apple CarPlay has THREE volumes. One for Siri, one for Navigation and the other for music or maybe that was Phone. Let's start with Siri. Do something to make Siri reply to you. Try to make it something that will make her talk for awhile. WHILE she is talking, turn up the volume on the radio. It must be exactly when she is talking. If you don't get it just right, you will be changing the radio volume, not Siri. Another suggestion is to adjust the volume controls on your phone. In navigation try the same thing. I have also read that there is a setting in Apple Maps for audio. The settings if I remember are: No Volume, low, medium and loud. Someone else solved their issue by resetting the phone while connected to Carplay. All this applies to Android Auto too. The problems I have been reading in this thread are issues across the board with many other brands. It is issues with Carplay and Android Auto. NOT isolated to our trucks. Do a web search about this and you will find pretty much the same. I used Siri no volume Carplay as my search terms. I don't have time right now to expound on this right now. Gotta run.
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