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  1. I hooked up the Positive first then the ground. Im not sure it matters but that's what i did. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  2. My problems are gone after installing a new battery. Still keeping my fingers crossed for a few days. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
  3. Jamesok1, it seems we r having similar issues. I had a left rear indicator failure for about 2 weeks. The top bulb signal light was not working. Other than that everything worked as it should. I finally decided to change the bulb today & when i was done, the damn thing wouldn't start. It read "Low battery start vehicle", "Service Stabilitrac." After being pissed of a few minutes, i jumped it and it started right up. It had the anti theft indicator on so i turned it off, locked it, tried remote starting it & worked. Left it on for the 10 minute cycle. Then off until later on in the day. Fast forward to 10pm when i was about to take my daughter to see the firework show, NO START!!! SMH I jumped it again, this time with my Whistler Jump Starter. Starts right up! I left her running for 2 hours before shutting her off & going inside. We'll see what happens tomorrow morning. After reading this thread i just hope its a bad battery! Somehow i don't think that's the case with me because when i connected the jumper cables to the trucks battery and then touched the others together to see if there was any charge, there was plenty of spark. Hopefully Im wrong! It all started with a damn signal light bulb!! My truck is also a 2014 with 52k
  4. U don't need a new lift, just order a 1.5" BL and do the NorCal mod, that's what I did. My current setup is 6" BDS w/fox rears, 1.5 Zone BL & Zone Add a leaf. 20x12 w/35's Toyo MT
  5. Yes, the 35' cleared with the OEM wheels but i needed more height for the aggressive offset -44 of the 20x12 aftermarket wheels. They fit ok with just the lift but the tire would still rub the bottom edge of the front bumper when turning at full lock or in reverse. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N930A using Tapatalk
  6. They are in storage. I kept them just in case I didn't like how the new wheels looked. I'm used to how popped out the 20x12 -44's are.
  7. They are in storage. I kept them just in case I didn't like how the new wheels looked. I'm used to how popped out the -44's are
  8. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures of that area but I'll try to get some for you.
  9. Did you add the Fender flares yourself or were they on the truck from the dealership? I'm looking into those blackwidow flares instead of the flares that the majority of the trucks on here have. I'm not a fan of how other flares don't follow the lines of the truck. These look awesome and don't look like you have a fender flare on top of another one.
  10. What kind of rail system/mounts do you have there? I have a Pace Edwards Bedlocker and I'm looking into something like that for my Kayaks. I was hoping to find a mount that goes under the tonneau cover rails instead of replacing the rails with the Pace Edwards Explorer series.
  11. I just realized I never listed an updated pic on this thread. Here u go. 6" BDS + BDS AAL & 1.5 Zone BL.
  12. I had asked a similar question a while back and received this info. I found them on ebay for $75. The entire LED amber lens/lamp assembly for the driver side is p/n 23444106, 23444105 is the p/n for the passenger side amber mirror lamp. No...you don't have to buy the whole mirror. Changing it on the other hand...a bit time/patience involved. You have to remove both mirror glass pieces: Then you have to remove the mirror bezel (the black frame that is around the glass, has the tapered shield for the cargo lamp) by removing the screws that hold it in place, then you can get to the screws that hold the lamp in.
  13. Thanks for the info & yes, the parts guy at the dealership is clueless. When I was looking to buy the powerfold tow mirrors I had to give him the part #'s because that was beyond him.
  14. I don't think you'll notice the difference. Good luck with everything
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