Look at some YouTube videos of the 2019 limited. Just a few things.. Air ride Ram box floor box/cooler Vented and heated rear seats..that recline btw Much more soft touch interior Auto high beams Lights that turn/move with truck active shutters/ auto lowering for Aero Etourque battery (personally don't like) Auto wipers massive 12in display **Gm may have a few of these things now in 2019...not sure Anyway...its leaps and bounds ahead of GM. Again..I have been diehard GM for many years...never thought in a million years i would own a Dodge...but I had to amit they are clearly top now... Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
jees.. these 2019 Denali's look about 3 years behind the 2019 RAM limited in regards to tech. And for the first time ever, I think both the Sierra and Silverado look awful. I have been 25 years loyal ...new GM's trucks every few years. Will be ordered a RAM this time....
Your right.. I actually just did read the manual, and it says I should be rolling 1-3 mph with Transmission in N when shifting in and out of 4 Low. I wasn't doing this... I was shifting with the truck stopped and not rolling. Likley the issue.. thanks.
2000 Silverado - manual shift 4x4 It's pretty hard to get the truck to shift out of 4x4 low. Even if I pull the truck forward and back. Is there a reason for this, is there a video on how to lube the linkage mabye? 4x4 high to 2x4 works fine.... no issue there.
2000 Silverado - My truck's AC system makes a vibration noise for about 3-4 seconds when I first turn on the truck and AC. This only happens after the truck has been sitting for a while (overnight, etc) Does not make noise during the day when I'm turning the truck off and on every few hours. Seems like the sound is coming from the passenger side... almost can feel the vibration. Again, this sound only happens one time (3-4 seconds) at initial cold start up when I turn on the AC. AC seems to work fine overall Any ideas?
Just replaced with nickel plated slip yoke - still have the clunk. only when letting off gas at low speed around 20-15 mph. Seems like the 3-2 downshift. If I put the truck in neutral.. it doesn't clunk at all when breaking at low speeds. Also installed new U Joints front and rear. . Any other ideas?
I have a 2000 Silverado with 250K. Just got the truck not long ago, so don't know any of the history. Anyway, I was changing all the fluids and wondering if I should change the transmission fluid. The fluid is defiantly brownish red and needs to changed, but I have heard stories of folks messing with this and actually causing problems. Especially when doing a full "flush" ...as for me I was thinking of just dropping the pan and changing that fluid with filter. The trans works / shifts like butter now.. it's perfect. The truck is just a farm truck now, only driven about 3K per year.. no towing or even much high speeds for that matter.
This looks to be the correct part - https://www.amazon.com/APDTY-708613-Driveshaft-1992-2005-01-04-17-004/dp/B00C8E8BH0/ref=sr_1_cc_1?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1522285772&vehicle=2000-47-491-96-30-31-6-8-7910--9-2-145--3-0&sr=1-1-catcorr&ymm=2000%3Achevrolet%3Asilverado+1500&keywords=slip+yoke
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