I'm having the same issues with new Method 310 wheels. Is there another way to learn the TPMS to the truck without having to pull the TPMS out of the wheels and learning them locally there to the truck?
I have a 2018 Silverado Z71. I put aftermarket Method wheels and new tires on recently and sucessfully swapped out the stock TPMS from stock wheels to the new set up. The TPMS worked after the swap but were in the wrong positions. So a few weeks later I went through the relearn process. Got to the LF wheel with the relearn tool and horn chirped after a bit, then went to RF and nothing. I've done this several times and it never proceeds past the second wheel RF. Went to the dealership and they couldn't get the first wheel to learn. I tried mine there and couldn't get it to learn either. The Service person at the dealership stated that some aftermarket wheels position the TPMS at places in the tire that may be further away that in the stock position thereby making it difficult for the tool to link up with the sensor. So what are my options here? Do the 2018's have the capability to let air out of the tire until the horn chirps procedure like the older Silverado's do? I really don't want to take the wheels off, break the tire seal from the rim exposing the sensor so the tool can have a more direct link to the TPMS. Just looking for some tips or tricks here that I could easily do without having to dismount the tires from the rims. TIA!
I have a 2018 Silverado Z71 LT. Looking at a set of 2019 Tahoe wheels and wondering if the Tahoe TPMS will work on my 2018. On GMPARTS DIRECT the p/n for the 2019 Tahoe is :Part Number: 84413352 for my 2018 Silverado they list 2 part numbers : 84413352 and 84413357 . So, will the Tahoe TPMS work in my Silverado? Thanks in advance!
Picked up an 18 Oceanic Blue Metalic LT Z71 crew cab at a great deal. Enjoying it so far very much. This truck is amazing! Thanks for all the input here! One quick question, does this truck have a 110V outlet? If so, where is it located? I noticed this on the build sheet. I do not have the bench seating as I know they put 2 under the radio with that seat configuration. I guess the dealership forgot to tell me about that.
So I guess $13,500 off MSRP is not a good deal considering we are 5 months into the next calendar year? What would be a good price? Also, where could I get a private offer or additional cash off? Few years back after doing the build your own on the Chevy website, a coupon popped up for $1,000 off. Haven't seen anything like that this time.
Looking at buying a new 2018 LT Z71 5.3. Local dealerships have these marked down around $13,000. Are there any major issues with this year? I've read about some shuddering but haven't read enough to pin it to a certain year, transmission, 2WD/4WD, etc. Do all the 5.3 Z71's come with either 6 speed transmission or 8 speed transmission? What about axle ratio, all 3.42? Thanks in advance!
Looking at buying a used 2004 Silverado 1500 4.3L V6 with a 5 speed manual transmission. I've only had the automatic 5.3L packages in the past and had zero problems with them. How reliable is this V6 and transmission? Any info and advice much appreciated!
Selling the wheels and tires from my 2002 GMC Sierra 1500. 16" wheels, 285/75/16 Nitto Terra Grappler tires. 33" tall by 11.25" wide. Very nice, aggressive size. The tires and wheels are in excellent condition. Tires have a lot of tread left as you can see in the pictures. These should fit all GMC/Chevy 6 lug applications. $595 See link for pictures. Thanks. http://huntsville.craigslist.org/wto/5530268197.html
Just picked up a 2002 Sierra 1500 4WD. I'd like to lift the truck 2" more than it already is. It appears the previous owner has all but maxed out the front torsion bars and has added a ~2.0" block under the rear leaf springs (or do they come from the factory this way in the rear)? Again, I am new to this truck even though it is pretty old. So what options do I have to gain another couple of inches without breaking the bank? Are there a set of extendable shocks that could do this on all 4s? I don't want to add new keys because that will just make it ride even harsher, correct?. I've seen 3" blocks. Any out there taller and what is the stopping point with blocks? Also what other components do I need to start worrying about like the transfercase, etc when lifting? Thanks in advance!
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