I was able to get it figured out. I actually was able to figure out that the sensors installed are Alligator sens.it. Some off brand that Extreme Customs decides to use in their installs. So I had to go to the local tire dealership and have them program the sensors to my truck. It took them half an hour to figure it out but they finally were able to get them programmed.
Hello. Just received a new wheel/tire package the other day. I went ahead and ordered a EL-50448 relearn tool after reading that is the only way to get the tpms reset. Wheels/tires installed and attempt to relearn the TPMS sensors after entering relearn mode without any luck. The wheels are 20x10 and the tires are 305/50r20. Idk if the wheels are too wide that the sensor wont detect the relearn tool or what but I have tried about 10 times to start the relearn process. Wheels and tires came from Extreme Customs. Im wondering if they screwed me on the TPMS at this point. That or I got a faulty relearn tool. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.
I also just tried to PM and it said you're not allowed to receive messages. I would be interested in the 3rd set of 20" non-chrome Denali take-offs. I have a 2014 Silverado LT with the 18" non-chrome wheels/ SR-A tires with 13,xxx miles on them. Would you consider a trade with these? Please reply with a PM with the trade details. Thanks!
I have a 2014 DCSB 4x4 with 3.08's and an inTune. Mine drives a lot better after I used the canned 89 tune. I would highly recommend it. It definitely doesn't do all that downshifting. Not sure what your terrain is like however. I keep it in M6 at all times.
I swapped in a single SpinTech Super Pro Street 9000 I had lying around from my 04 GTO. Not too loud. I love the sound. Very throaty when you get on it and as soon as you're off the throttle its extremely quiet. I'll try to get a clip up soon.
I'm looking to buy a stock chrome rear bumper for a 14/15 Silverado with the backup sensors. I purchased my truck used and the previous owner somehow creased the rear bumper in the middle. Preferably within a reasonable distance to 47408.
G22 at work, G43 off-duty I was very hesitant about the 43 but after carrying it, I love it.
Since I purchased the truck, about a month ago, I've averaged right at about 20 MPG. I pulled a 2 horse trailer, 1 horse loaded, for the first time today and took it down to about 11.3 MPG. I'm quite impressed with the MPG's this thing gets. Coming from a 4cyl Outback that got 27 MPG consistently, its not too shabby.
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