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mymaggiebell

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About mymaggiebell

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  • Name
    Gordon Bell
  • Location
    St. Catharines, Ontario
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2010 Sierra Denali

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  1. I have a 2010 and my truck would do it while it was still under warranty, in both stock and tuned. Doesn’t throw a code, but mine slips under regular throttle and the RPMs will just jump. I change fluid every 40000kms and never any issue with findings. Also does it so intermittently that there is no rhyme or reason why.
  2. Please email me at [email protected] with details. Shipping is to Ontario Canada. 2010 Sierra Denali (your tube)
  3. There was a warranty for replacement of springs a year or two ago. The springs are garbage at best!
  4. Not sure...however you can take one out and match it in stainless at a bolt And nut supplier, which I am sure would be cheaper than an auto store Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Really late reply but it is a 75w90 gear oil and i recommend the Amsoil...but I am biased:) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Gave the truck a minor facelift in the forum of some Recon headlights. Freshened it up quite nice in my opinion and although I had my neighbour give me a hand, wasn’t that difficult. Expensive but not as much as a new truck:) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Why would you expect issues? Short answer is no, I replaced mine with 850cc battery. Might have reset the presets in radio, but nothing life shattering
  8. Which will show Amsoil and filter or Mobile 1...and filter. Filter is as important as the oil and no, like some have stated, not all oil is created equal.
  9. For 2010 Sierra Denali. Getting close to pull the plug after years of procrastination. If anyone has a takeoff for sale please let pm me. I am in Southern Ontario. Thought I would try this route before going new! Cheers! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. There is an ABS module in the underside somewhere near the drivers seat. It is part of a poor design as all the salt etc get shot at it. I recall it was about $1000 fix (Canadian) and it wasn’t worth fixing. I had taken the dash out at used black electrical tape to cover the annoying light. Didn’t effect how the truck performed so it seemed to be a reasonable fix at the time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Guys and gals...haven’t been on here in a long time. However, I recently had a truck that was completely dead, when it shouldn’t have been. With this cold weather blasting us in Southern Ontario it was frustrating to say the least. Anyways, the culprit was water in the fuse box located in the engine, which had moisture and ICE BLOCKS! I had to disconnect the battery and begin disassembling the entire box. I thoroughly cleaned and dried everything and put it back together. This was caused from regular driving and again me trying to keep things nice and maybe a little over zealous with the
  12. mymaggiebell

    my2010denali

    still love it....most of the time
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