My battery gauge is sitting above 14....probably in the 15.5 range or so. This continues after the truck is fully warmed up. My truck is a 2014, I've had it since 2016. I believe it's still the original battery at 46k miles. Any ideas? Thanks.
Also, apologies for the dumb question, but how do you remove the center wheel caps? I'm considering either getting the skins or dipping, but I would prefer to leave the center caps un-dipped. Taping over them seems like a hassle, since they're round.
I have a small plastic bin that I keep in that space. I sprayed the bottom of it with plasti dip to give it extra traction, although I don't think it does much. Velcro is probably a better idea, like the guy above mentioned.
Trucko20 replied to DDogg's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraI think the 14-15 front end looks fine, but maybe a set of round headlights would give it a little differentiation.
Trucko20 replied to DDogg's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraOne of the reasons I love the 14-15 model year is that it's got a great retro-modern vibe to it. This paint job only makes it better. Love it.
I plasti-dipped the honeycomb of my grille over a year ago. It still looks exactly like the pictures. See thread with before/after: Edit - I have no idea why there are multiple copies of each picture when you view the thread now.
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