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gmcleer

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  1. Can you use an OBD scanner to change the tire size from one stock size to another? I’d like to go from 245 75 17 to 265 60 20. If not can any garage, or only a dealer?
  2. I think the code was P0324. They kept it a few days. I’m not sure if they cleared it or it cleared itself. The truck has 41k on it so full warranty is done. Time to invest in a good scanner. Any ideas?
  3. I got my first check engine light on my 2017 2500 6.0. Dealer cleared the code and said let him know if the CEL comes back on. Going to get a scanner. Looking at Harbor Freight Scanners. Anyone have a suggestion on a good scanner that will read all codes and collect live data etc.?
  4. Magic eraser is too abrasive. I wouldn’t use it on paint.
  5. Anyone ever have issues connecting? Some times I have to unplug and then replug in the phone to get Car Play to work. It always seems to work, but sometimes there is a delay and sometimes it takes two attempts. Could any specific apps really running on the phone cause that? Anyone else having similar experiences?
  6. I ran out of time, but I started to grease the front end fittings on my 2017 2500 and may pick up a 90 fitting for the grease gun. This was my second time greasing the fittings and its kind of a PITA ;( I think a 90 may help for some of the tight spaces. Jacking up the front end may also make it easier. I had the truck on ramps and that didn't help much.
  7. And GM remained the largest until over taken by Toyota only a few years ago.
  8. How many “shots” with a grease gun do you folks usually use on the front end fittings? Is it possible to over grease anything?
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