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About dcarl

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  • Birthday 01/18/1961

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  • Name
    Dave Carl
  • Location
    Acworth, GA
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    2015 Sierra SLT
  • Interests
    Cruisers, Dirt Bikes, Pontoon Boats, Sunny Days

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  1. This is just a thought. I've seen some Dash Cams advertised as having a "Parking Mode" and some have dual cameras for the front and rear but I'm thinking you could aim the rear toward your side window. Then it's activated by motion or impact I believe. I don't have any real experience with them but ran across several when I was shopping for one.
  2. Superchips Flashcal

    Make sure you are measuring your tire size on the ground installed with a straight edge from the top of the tire to the ground. You will find that measurement is less than the advertised tire diameter. Enter your new number and you should be much closer. Mine is about as dead on as can be... Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  3. Still for sale... Priced to sell.
  4. I used gm-navigation.com (aka MVI), for my 15' Sierra with factory Nav and upgrade to Android Auto/Apple Car Play. At the same time I did the 360 Camera which had some problems. MVI provided replacement parts and good support throughout the process. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  5. HID Kit Help..relays?

    From what I understand, the primary purpose of the relays is to protect the OEM harness. I would defer to some HID specialist like the Retrofit Source to test that theory. Sent from my SM-T830 using Tapatalk
  6. Bump - I've lowered my price for a quick sale. Added pictures to the original post. Please let me know if you have any questions.
  7. Update - I've lowered my price to sell: $350 plus shipping and added pictures below. IO6 Radio and HMI 2.0 Modules were removed from my 2015 Sierra SLT - Factory Navigation, XM Satellite Radio, Weather & Traffic subscriptions available through SiriusXM. Includes USB Module/SD Card Reader that resides in the center console. May be a plug-n-play upgrade from IO5 trucks. Harnesses not included. Removed from 2015 GMC Sierra SLT - Excellent Condition
  8. Thanks for posting. I have a same issue with the passenger side misfiring intermittently. I changed the ballast and still had the problem. I just so happened to have a spare harness so I replaced both relays instead of the whole harness. Mine however are 40A 4 pin relays rather than 5 pin relays. I ordered an additional set of relays on Amazon to have as a backup spare if the issue returns. I've had my kit installed since December of 2015, and this was the first problem I've had other than a bad ballast which TRS replaced under warranty.
  9. I'm running a Zone 2" Level and a Zone 1.5" Body Lift with 285/60R20 tires. I had the tires with just the Level Kit and it was fine. I wanted some additional height so I added the Body Lift. I also have the 5100 shocks but they are on the stock height setting as you don't want to stack lifting accessories. The 5100's ride so much better than the Rancho shocks that come on the Z71. Mine is the white one next to a stock height Denali.
  10. I have a Rexing V1 Gen 3 with the hardwire kit. It stays plugged in all the time. So far, I've not been able to connect via wifi with my phone as advertised. It shows connected but it doesn't actually hand shake with my phone. Maybe you'll have better luck.
  11. Nav and user nav background updates

    Ahhh, thanks for clarifying. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
  12. Nav and user nav background updates

    What setting menu are making these changes in? I have a 15' Sierra SLT but I recently upgraded the Radio and HMI modules from MVI and learned they came from a 17' Tahoe. I didn't see anything in the menu to change display type settings.
  13. These are still for sale - PM me for pictures and shipping cost
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