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Chris2087

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    Chris2087
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    2020 Chevy 3500HD 6.6 Duramax

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  1. I stayed stock size. The only time I didn't was on my 05 which had 245/17s and I went to the 275/17s. I am on the road a lot with snow being my biggest concern and I was very happy with the geolanders in snow.
  2. I really liked the Yokohama Geolander GO15. GEOLANDAR® A/T G015 | Yokohama Tire
  3. So make sure the button is pushed in the turn signal arm, and make sure that that the windshield area above the mirror is clear thats the camera that signals the intelbeam senses other headlights.
  4. So for those of use with a cap there may be some hope. https://www.gmupfitter.com/files/media/photo/1279/UI Bulletin_152.pdf Now who wants to be the first to bite the bullet and order all these parts and install them Chris
  5. The auto brake (and warning system), follow distance indication uses the window camera and the ultrasonic sensors are used for parking. If either is covered you will get a dash warning message with the affected system disabled. For example, ice will often cover one or more of the parking sensors which disables the system. The windshield camera can also be blocked by ice/snow. But the wipers reach it and will clear it off which eventually clears the ice. Pro-tip, make sure to clear the area just above the rearview mirror mount if there is anything on the windshield.
  6. The stock setup is more than enough for towing. The combo of the engine exhaust brake and rotors and perfect for mountain towing..
  7. I had mine replaced today per the TSB, they really don't need to turn the rotors unless there is a groove or uneven wear. Mine where smooth so they didn't turn them.
  8. I just ordered a Leer 100XL and expect it the first week of July. The dealer said that the molds for the GMC are not done, but they are for the Chevy.
  9. I ordered mine from the dealer last week. Back order is due to supplier issues and multiple part number revisions. Estimated mid June.
  10. Inner and Outer wear is indicative of an under inflated tire, secondary causes could be alignment. But based on the fact that both the inside and outside are warn, I think they may have them under inflated.
  11. Intermittent ground someplace in the system. Its a nightmare to trouble shoot and requires system diagnosis experience rather than the usual "did it throw a code" swap parts techs.
  12. I have had Yokohama Geolander II (second set) on both of my 2500/3500 and really liked them https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Yokohama&tireModel=Geolandar+A%2FT+G015&partnum=67R8G015OWL&vehicleSearch=true&fromCompare1=yes&autoMake=Chevrolet&autoYear=2016&autoModel=Silverado 3500 HD 4wd&autoModClar=Single Rear Wheel
  13. So about a month ago my horn went high pitch (low tone was inop). It was so silly that my wife and son made fun of it. I ordered the horn assembly from the dealership. It was like $36. Well today was the day I changed it out. First make sure that you use up all the windshield washer fluid. 1. Drivers side front wheel off. 2. Wheel well liner out. 3. Drivers side battery out 4. Battery tray out 5. Remove lower fender well/windshield washer bracket 6. Remove windshield washer tank (pull the pump out, disconnect low washer sensor). 7. Horn is now accessible - disconnect the harness and single bolt and pull out through the front valiance Sorry no pictures, it was cold and I forgot to document it. Chris
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