I have a 2019 rst/z71 with 30k miles on it with this very same issue and I've had it at the dealership twice with no real resolution. I've always had the weird hesitation when going from 1st to 2nd after starting, but around 15k miles the truck started slipping in just about every gear. I could be going 50mph and all the sudden i would experience it to just start jerking trying to shift gears. Dealership said it was due to not having the correct transmission fluid and they flushed and replaced with a mobile 1 synthetic. There is actually a TSB on this for the 2018-2020 models. That seem
Around 15K I had the transmission issue with it slipping and the dealership replaced the fluid with the mobile 1 which seem to resolve it enough that i could live with. The transmissions still clunks into first when down shifting but whatever. Well now at 30K I have something similar going on, but seems just slightly different. When I'm cruising around 35-40 it almost feels like the truck is braking or downshifting and then speeding up, but enough everyone in the truck can feel it. At first i was thinking it was the DFM kicking in and its opening and closing valves so i bought a pulsar box
I know this is an older post but i was wondering if you were ever able to get it resolved? I took my 2019 in today due to hearing this constant white noise type buzzing coming from under the dash near the glove box. They also told me it was "normal" because they had another vehicle doing the same thing and they replaced the AC unit and it did not stop. It drives me insane when I'm driving because I cant unhear it now.
Has anyone on here installed the pulsar LT control module that was recently release? Curious how easy it is to install and how it might compare to one of the Range DFM disablers? I can find all sorts of videos and reviews on the range module, but this product doesn't seem to have any traction yet.
I know when you start getting into lifting trucks some sacrifices have to made but I really like the stock wheels and the tires size that is on them. A friend of mine with the same lift just got 1/2" spacers and they seem to be working. Installer said he had just enough thread for them to feel comfortable about putting them on. I worry though. Last think i want is wheel to come flying off. haha. Other than the occasional rubbing on the tire is there any real harm being done to the truck by letting it rub? I am damned if i do or damned if don't in this situation?
I just purchased a 2019 RST that came with a 4" readylift, 1/4" spacers, 295/65/r20 toyos on the stock rims already installed. I noticed recently that it looks like my upper control arms are being rubbed by the tires either when i go full lock or maybe when I hit bumps. I was wondering if anyone has installed the 1/2" spacer on this type of setup and had any troubles.
I noticed today that the inside of my front 295/65/20 tires appear to show some signs of rubbing the upper control arms. its not bad, but you can see where the tire is shiny looking on the inside. I'm guessing this is happening when I'm at full lock. Is this anything to be concerned about other than now knowing to not make a complete locked turn?
After installing the 4" kit did anyone have to adjust their headlights? I bought my RST with the Ready Lift already on it just a few weeks ago and so far have only driven at night once and i bet i got flashed 10 times in that short drive. If anyone did adjust was it just as simple as turning the screw or is there much more to it? Thanks. Quick update: Adjusted my lights down about 2 inches and that seems to have solved everyone flashing lights at me.
Something that is about to drive me insane is the plastic area by the rear view mirror where the lights and sunglasses are. Mine has a constant rattle and its really bugging me out while I'm driving. Now that I know its there even if I have the radio turned all the way up I swear I can still hear it. Ha. I have got to figure out how to make it stop!
Was wondering what the concensus was on using a sealant verses collinite. Trying to find something that will last a good while and from what i keep reading they both seem to hit the 6 month mark. Which would be best for protecting the paint? Or... Should you use both. Put the sealant on and then top it off with collinite?
Checking to see if anyone owns this paticular seat cover or has seen one in person for 2015 silverado ltz crew. I've read all the reviews for every type of seat cover brand imagnable and i really like the look of these cabela's Curious about the quality of materail and fit considering front and back each cost $299 and with the "tactical" extras $399. Thanks. http://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Tactical-Seat-Cover-Without-Pockets-by-Ruff-Tuff/1303616.uts
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