So,I am looking to color match my front and rear bumpers along with the grille. I plasti-dipped them about six months ago and they are starting to show wear. It's not bad for less than $30, but it's starting to look like a $30 job. If nothing else it confirmed that I want to lose the chrome. How are you guys color matching your trucks? Are you doing it your self? Taking it to a shop? If so, are you removing the parts or taking in the whole truck? How much did it cost?What does everyone think about vinyl wrap? My truck is black, so it's a little easier to match. I think that's enough questions for now. Thanks in advance!
About a week ago I located the A/C inlet thanks to Chuck. With the hood down there are only a couple small vents below the windshield. I opened the hood and found there to be a vent that ran almost the length of the windshield that connect the visible ones with hood closed. I sprayed some lysol down the length of the vent found under the hood. Soon as stuck my head in the cab it was obvious I was in the right spot. So far so good. Thanks again Chuck!
Wow! Thank you everyone for all the help. Have a recall issue to deal with so I will see what they cab do about the "after blower " then. I have heard about spraying the AC inlet, but when i looked for it, I wasn't really sure where it was. Any description or the ever so sacred pic would help. I have never heard of an AC drain, so again detailed description and or a pic or two would greatly help. I guess it is because these truck are still so new, but I can never find a whole lot of help via Google. So thanks again for all the help. This site has proven to be a real winner
Thanks for the help. Sounds like I am going to the dealer. Any do DIY suggestions are welcome. Its not EVERY time. I can almost guarantee when I take it to the dealer it will smell like roses and they will not be able to duplicate the problem. That is usually my luck.
I am curious too. I have a decent generic cover from Walmart, but it covers the entire back seat, which gets kind of annoying if you want to lift either the 3/4 or 1/4 seat bottom. Like Kyle said, I would love to find something at least semi easily removable, so that washing it is not a chore.
It seems that frequently when I start my truck after sitting for a little bit ( more than a couple hours but can be less than a day) there is a strong ammonia (piss) smell coming from the AC. It only last for about a minute then goes away. Why is this and how can I fix it?
Thanks Crf450r420! That helps! By chance did you mess with the trim around the far left and right AC vents. Im in the same boat with those. I can get trim tool in there but get too nervous its going to break before anything releases.
How did you get the door pieces off? I got the LCD surround off pretty easily, but when i started on the door pieces i didn't have any luck. I was using a trim removal tool and got to a point i felt i was going to break it before anything loosened or popped.
Coaster.... What brake light is that? What/who should I avoid? Final outcome looks good though. I have been looking for one of those and have found a wide range of prices. I know you get what you pay for, but often don't take my own advise.
I have searched owners manual, this site, other forums, Google, and YouTube with out much help or clear answers. Found several for sale for my truck, but it was very hit and miss, even at well known stores. My questions are: Does the 2014 Silverado 1500 4x4 LT have a cabin air filter? If so: Can I replace it? How? Where can I buy one, other than dealer? Who makes a quality product? Part #? Any info or point in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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