Ive had the following: 1) Climate Control Off msg 2) Blower speed indicator gone, just the scale line, but not indicator where the fan speed is. 3) The temp readings on the screen read 0 and didn't change when temp was adjusted.
I hate the a/c dripping on the pipe! My son gets out and says my truck is cooking bacon again because of the sizzling noise. Found out this morning, if youre an idiot and leave your turn signal on, it will start dinging at you and a msg will come up in the DIC to tell you to turn it off.
I know where you're coming from. If I adjust my seat to comfortably use the gas pedal, I sometimes hit the side of the brake as well. Its not just a simple "heel pivot" over to the brake. I really have to lift back and over, if that makes sense.
If you're close, I highly recommend Carter Chevrolet in Okarche, OK. They will beat any price, will deliver, no fancy showroom, just a bunch of good dudes in shorts. Don't do GMC though, only Chevy.
So trying to see if I'm just being OCD here, or if anyone has heard/felt this. '19 Silverado LT Z71, no mods. When coming to a stop under normal to moderate braking, the truck has a light shudder as it decelerates through 25-20 mph. Its not a massive shake in the tires or the wheel, but almost like a resonance of some sort in the cab. I'm thinking it may be the transmission downshifting but not sure. Anyone else experienced?
So I have the headreast rattle issue but I also have the B pillar rattle. I think the B pillar is the little plastic caps that cover the screws. I assume that's what they are; they are the 2" by 2" square pieces at the top and bottom. If you lightly tap them, they move around a lot. I think they may be the culprit.
So I tried searching but couldn't seem to find anyone that straight up answered the following..... 1) I'm looking into the Corsa sport exhaust for my new '19 5.3. For anyone that has done exhaust, when the DFM kicks in, do you notice it in the sound as much as the old AFM? My old RAM was super noticeable. 2) My '19 is an LT Z71, 265/65 18 tires. Whats the biggest anyone has run WITHOUT leveling or lifting? I've heard a 32" is the largest you could go. Would be looking at aftermarket wheels, just not sure which ones.
I'm really into the fab fours but that price tag......ouch.
Cryptic title I know, but here's the deal. I leased my 2014 Silverado and paid up front for excess mileage, which I would have received that money back at normal lease end if I wouldn't have used the mileage. I will be moving to Okinawa in the Spring for the military and cannot ship my own vehicles. I don't want to put the truck in storage obviously since its leased and under the Servicemember's Civil Relief Act, I can turn in a lease no questions asked early due to an overseas military PCS. I will obviously call Ally (who the lease it through) Monday to clarify, but just wanted to see if anyone minght know; will I get that excess mileage money back or do you think I'm out?
Since there is no GM fix yet, I'll post again what I did. I bought a set of screw type hose clamps and lined the inside with rubber from an old bike tube. I put these hose clamps on the rod the seat mounts to and butted them up against the while seat mounts on the outboard sides. Tightened them down and have had no issues for a few months now. Works until GM figures it out.
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