Is anybody else irritated by the temperature control having to be rotated slowly to change. If I give it a quick twist, it only changes one or two degrees at a time. I’d have to twist it several times to change 10 degrees. I don’t have the patience to turn it one click at a time. Good news is there’s not much to complain about on these trucks.
I have speed "humps" in my neighborhood that I can drive over at the speed limit of 25mph in my wife's crossover with no problem. If I try to go over them in my 4x4 silverado at even 20mph, the suspension nearly tops out on the upside, and then nearly hits the front valance on the ground on the downside. Need a bit more dampening.
Today I raised the passenger side rear seat in my crew cab but when I went to let it back down it clunked and stopped a couple inches from the up position. I reached under to see if there were any latches or anything out of place, but found no reason for not lowering. I checked the position of the seat back while I was lowering the bottom but seemed normal. I repeated the process quite a few times before it finally didn't clunk and lowered. Has anyone experienced this?
Can someone snap a pic of the plastic cowl/trim below the passenger side of the windshield just above the battery? I had my windshield replaced and now it appears that rain or melted snow runoff will drip onto my battery. I don’t know if it’s missing a piece or something is on wrong. Thank you in advance for your efforts. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
My 17 Silverado is “graphite metallic” and maybe I’m a little colorblind but it looks a different color from different angles. It looks like there’s some green in it. I ask this because I’ve always liked red accents on grey vehicles but red with green is not my bag. What do you all think? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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