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MNorby

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About MNorby

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    Matt
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    Wyoming
  • Drives
    2015 Silverado 2500hd CCSB 6.0 4x4 White

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  1. probably won't get too many replies in the 2500/3500 section were there are no 5.3s used.
  2. The tire shop should have the tool to do the learn. Its only like $20 or so on amazon. The older trucks you could do a procedure of putting into program more and inflate/deflate tires in certain order to relearn but the newer models require the tool.
  3. I reused my factory sensors and installed them on new valve stems in my aftermarket wheels. Either keep track of which factory wheel was in what position with each sensor or you will need to do a relearn on the sensors so the truck know which wheel is where.
  4. I haven't posted here but I enjoy following. Please keep up the updates. Thats my next thing is to figure out if I want to go with a Diablo/lew again or just get HP Tuners and start doing myself, and tweeking the rock crawler, and all my friends crawlers with LS engines.
  5. I use the billet grill kit from ebay. Not sold on the main grill cover, might plastidip the chrome behind it black so it disappears better. I modified the bumper one to fit a light bar mount.
  6. I've got the bulbs with the little projectors in the end. They help but don't work near as well as the same projector style bulb I had in my 08. Not sure if it is the lens or because of the different sized bulb.
  7. I have seen places that sell the spacers and bolts as a kit but shouldn't be to hard to make it yourself from spacers at the hardware store. Looks like the kits are typically 3/4".
  8. I've seen where guys space the bumper out like 3/4" off the frame mount for a little extra clearance.
  9. Did the brow and fronts in 20% ceramic within the first 2 weeks of having the truck.
  10. I just did a tranny drop on my 2015 work truck. Just got the filter at napa. Was like $18 or so. If you really need the p/n I could look it up.
  11. If you do figure out what is causing it please share, would like to know for my own knowledge while lurking these threads. Have seen same symptom from bad fuel pressure regulator on the old GMT800 trucks but not really apples to apples.
  12. My 2015 2500 LT has the offroad page on my DIC. Just had to turn it on in the settings section.
  13. Apparently the 1500 trucks have 2 plugs for the airbag and the 2500/3500s have just 1 plug and are different clock springs. I see looking up part numbers there is a different part number for the steering wheel for the 1500 vs 2500/3500 for the same color/options (Silverado black w/heat w/o crash 1500= 84222909 / 2500= 84222916). Would that be because of different airbag? Would think the wheel itself would be same and just different bag and clock spring but want to make sure I get the correct one for my 2500 when looking on ebay for used wheels if the 1500 would work or not. Maybe the 1500 wheel has the space provisions for the 2 plugs?
  14. I've seen tricks on the Pop n Lock aftermarket lock to make work better, not sure if mechanism is the same on the factory style but might be worth investigating.
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