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Mdsjohna

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  1. I agree it’s caused by a defective vacuum pump. But my original comment was based on not understanding exactly what you were saying. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. No. It happens at or just above idle AFM has nothing to do with it. Windshield wipers stop working it’s that damn AFM lol. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. When stopped with the engine idling and I pump the brake or even very low speeds I get the hard brake pedal. It’s like when you pump the brake with the engine off on other vehicles how after a couple pumps it gets hard. I never felt in danger though. Also never had any lights on the dash. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. I have a Pioneer head unit with Maestro RR interface using factory back up camera and the picture is crap. Worse then the factory picture. Reason for this is the camera GM uses is crap.
  5. Obviously WOT is harder on it then moderate or slightly aggressive driving. Saying that they are made to safely go WOT. I wouldn’t worry about it unless you are doing it every stoplight. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. I would take a mid sized truck in a second over a full size. That’s if I didn’t need to tow my travel trailer as well as get three adults and two large dogs into the cab and camping gear into the bed of a truck. Fact is full sizes are huge and it can be annoying to drive when you don’t need the capability. Also when you compare similarly equipped models the mid size is cheaper. Yeah you can get a full sized similar in price to a mid sized but it isn’t as well equipped unless maybe you wait until the 13 grand rebates.
  7. Ford was right not to use this transmission looks like it’s a crap design.
  8. I currently have “marginal” front lower ball joints on a 14 Silverado with 42500 miles. Seems early to me but we have some brutal roads here.
  9. They build huge safety factors into max payload. Wouldn’t recommend going over all the time or driving at 80mph for 10000 miles in a blizzard at max but the odd time meh.
  10. Both of the trucks you looked at had auto 4. Which is essentially the same as AWD in operation. This is obtained through the use of clutch plates in the transfer case which just happens to be how many AWD systems operate with a clutch.
  11. I had this guy on my 1986 S10 blazer back around 2000. [emoji2]
  12. I have had a 14 Silverado for about 2 years now. I bought it used and have had no problems. Saying that the guy who had it before me who bought it new was running it back to the dealer a lot for recalls. Just something to keep in mind. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. I have it in 4a when accelerating. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. I believe it’s purely cooling capacity. At one point the 14s with 3.08 had a 8500lb capacity. GM sent out a letter lowering it to closer to what it is today. Yes the 5.3 with 3.08 has more power to the ground then the 4.3 with 3.42 but the torque multiplication happens in the transmission rather then the differential. There is extra heat generated in the transmission and it seems the cooling system just isn’t quite enough. Just my take on it anyway given the evidence and to me nothing else logically makes sense. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/164783-gmc-lowered-towing-rating-on-my-2014-sierra/ Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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