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    2017 Sierra CC SLT, Z71, Premium Plus Pkge

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  1. I used Rigid flush mounted LEDs as backup lights on my truck. They fit perfectly inside the rear foot steps on the bumper and are super bright. I would highly recommend these. These would also work great for your rock lights... depending on where and how you want to mount them. Rigid flush mounted LED lights. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HJ4G9QI/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  2. I wouldn't worry about the battery. I installed this same setup in 2017 and I've never had an issue, even after the truck sat for 2 weeks.
  3. To me, the picture looks like blue/brown wire twisted with a blue. I've never looked at the green light on the amp, but I would assume it does. Are you concerned about the amp draining the battery?
  4. The Amp wouldn't power on. Over the phone we tested voltage on a couple of wires and came to the conclusion the amp was internally shorted out. I found them very helpful over the phone.
  5. I have the same sub as you. When I had a problem with my amp, I called the number below. They were super helpful. Kicker Customer service (800) 256-0808
  6. When I removed my driveshaft (2017), I had to give the u-joint a couple of taps with a hammer.
  7. Well GM's shitty condenser got me last week for $978.37. I thought it was comical, I pulled into the Service Dept. and explained my problem to the service writer, he grabbed a flash light and pointed to exact same spot as other photos in this thread. To make it even better, I missed the warranty by 5K miles.
  8. Holy ******... I can't believe that I missed the large black sticker with the snowflake on it. I'd send you the $1, but since it is 1234yf, I'm going to need every dollar for the repair..
  9. I have a 2017 GMC Sierra with the 5.3l. Last week, I noticed that the A/C was blowing cool but not cold air. When I was making the appointment with the dealership, the service rep asked if I knew which refrigerant my truck has because that would affect the cost by several hundreds. My immediate question was, "How can I find out which one is in my truck?" Her reply was that we wouldn't know until the truck was in the shop. I didn't see an A/C system name plate under the hood. Is there another way to know if I have 134a or 1234yf refrigerant?
  10. To add to the above statement, you will need to upgrade your front suspension to accommodate the added weight. I'm curious, where are you purchasing this engine/trans from?
  11. In the glove box, there will be a sticker "Service Parts Identification". This sticker will have a bunch of 3 letter/numerical codes. These codes will break down every option your truck has, which was super informative. I was very ****** about this and ended up creating an excel spreadsheet with the RPO code and what it is. This should help. https://www.newgmparts.com/decoding-general-motors-rpo-codes
  12. I know your question was asking about a lightbar providing more light when backing up. I don't have a lightbar, so I can't help you there. If you are looking for more light when backing up, I installed these rigid LEDs in the rear bumper steps. I will say, these lights are amazing. I would definitely recommend them. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HJ4G9QI/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  13. My previous tires were the Continentals. They were a huge improvement over the stock tires, My only complaint and the main reason why I didn't purchase them again was the tread life. They needed to be replaced after 45k miles. Just to add, I had the tires rotated and balanced every 5k miles.
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