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  1. Dealer quoted me 500$ to replace the lines. I wasn’t aware the lines could be shipped to my door for 100$ CDN. Im considering doing this instead. What sucks is I know the lines will fail again. Also the lines are leaking down low closer to the transmission. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. No one? Alright well when I get around to tackling this, I'll come back and post about it. Maybe add some photos/instructions based on my experience
  3. I have the same issue many have had. Leaking where the lines are crimped onto the hose. I’m going to fix this myself but just had a couple questions. Can I dremel the crimped portion off while it’s in the truck and can I disconnect the lines there without draining any transmission fluids? Lastly does anyone know what size the line is? I want to order a flaring kit but want to make sure I have the right size. Thanks in advance!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. No one eh! Figured someone else might have had this problem. Off to the dealer I go!
  5. Noticed this the other day - 2014 Sierra crew cab standard box, limited slip and 3.42 gears. It doesn’t always do it and mostly seems to do it when turning in a parking lot. However, one time I heard it pretty good going straight at low speed (also in a parking lot). any ideas??
  6. That crossed my mind after posting. Really? If I turned the truck off with the music loud, the next time I started truck the music was quiet. Thought that was a great feature.
  7. Anyone else get this? I think since I had the last recall done. Other things I've noticed is sometimes when I restart the truck the music volume is where I left it instead of being quiet.
  8. Why not just get the Morimoto Sierra Spec kit? It's worth it to have all the parts come as a package. It's practically plug and play after.
  9. Can anyone help me out here? I got the Sierra spec kit yesterday and installed it. Install went well, headlights work great but I noticed a slight buzzing sound sometimes from the ballast on the drivers side, and it goes away and sometimes it sounds like it's the igniter. I can't hear any buzzing whatsoever from the passenger side. I can also only hear the buzzing with the engine off. Lights seem to work well, they both turn out fine and are steady. I think I did notice the smallest amount of flickering while driving on a dirt road though. It was very minimal though. I tried reversing a few plugs and nothing. Anyone have any ideas? It's the Sierra spec morimoto kit with 35w ballasts and 4500k bulbs. Thanks ***Update, I think it wasn't flickering but rather just the washboard road and because the lights are brighter, that cutoff can be slightly more jumpy. However the slight buzzing on the one side remains.
  10. Can anyone help me out here? I got the Sierra spec kit yesterday and installed it. Install went well, headlights work great but I noticed a slight buzzing sound sometimes from the ballast on the drivers side, and it goes away and sometimes it sounds like it's the igniter. I can't hear any buzzing whatsoever from the passenger side. I can also only hear the buzzing with the engine off. Lights seem to work well, they both turn out fine and are steady. I think I did notice the smallest amount of flickering while driving on a dirt road though. It was very minimal though. I tried reversing a few plugs and nothing. Anyone have any ideas? It's the Sierra spec morimoto kit with 35w ballasts and 4500k bulbs. Thanks ***Update, I think it wasn't flickering but rather just the washboard road and because the lights are brighter, that cutoff can be slightly more jumpy. However the slight buzzing on the one side remains.
  11. I just bought the Morimoto 35w Sierra kit. If I decide these suck and down the road I want to add the Lexus RX projectors, is it as simple as just buying the projectors and adding them to the kit?
  12. I see lots on this site about their LED's but nothing about their HID kits. Just wondering if anyone has tried these? On Amazon.ca they list the following: https://www.amazon.ca/BPS-Lighting-Conversion-Perfect-Headlight/dp/B01I3XAWS0/ref=au_as_r?_encoding=UTF8&Make=GMC%7C48&Model=Sierra%201500%7C548&Year=2014%7C2014&ie=UTF8&n=6948389011&newVehicle=1&s=automotive&vehicleId=1&vehicleType=automotive BPS Lighting® 35W HID Lighting System BPS Lighting® HID Conversion Kits comes with everything you need to upgrade your halogen lights to HID. BPS Lighting® HID Conversion Kits will provide you with the brightest visibility and safety for the road. Every kit is fully Plug-and-Play, allowing a quick and easy installation. (Some newer car models will require canceller cable or battery relay harness, please contact us if you are unsure.) The BPS Lighting® Difference There are imitators of HID out there that aren’t as efficient despite their brand name. BPS Lighting® provides customers with the most reliable, durable, and safest HID on the market using the latest ECM technology. We are so sure about our HID products; we provide 2 year no hassle warranties on all our products. We offer instant tech support via phone (1-866-998-4HID) or email to provide the support you need to get your lights working immediately. Available colors by BPS Lighting® 4300K: Emits a bright off-white output 5000K: Emits a bright white output 6000K: Emits a crystal white output 8000K: Emits a medium blue output 10000K: Emits a dark blue output BPS Lighting® HID Conversion Kit includes (2) BPS Lighting® 35W ECM Series Premium Slim Digital ASIC Ballast (2) BPS Lighting® 35W Premium HID Xenon Bulbs (With Ceramic Base) (2) Plug and Play Wiring Harness (2) Ballast Mounting Brackets
  13. That just looks great. Awesome looking truck.
  14. I think the Double Cab standard bed looks best. But I own a Crew Cab Standard box and I love it. ***Edit, I remembered that I had this thought before. I think I like different truck setups based on their surroundings. For example when I see my truck in my big ass yard, I feel like it's the best looking configuration. When I see my truck in a small parking lot, I feel it looks long and weird. When I see the Double Cab standard box in a parking lot of city type of setting, I think it looks great. So ya, just depends on where you look at it most. For me at least.
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