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silveradosid

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  1. i am at 157k miles on original plugs and wires, still runs like new. if it aint broke dont fix it
  2. i bought one of the china vcx nano for gm, you will need some computer experience to get it working, but when you do they work fine
  3. my 2014 has bubbling on both rockers and the box wheel wells, and my truck was sprayed with rust proofing.
  4. do the oem led headlights light up the road better , are you satisfied with the light output. the reason i ask is because i am looking at a 2021 silverado rst with led headlights and just wondering are they really good
  5. it depends on what you use your truck for, if it a grocery getter or do you work the truck. i put heavy weight in the box and tow a lot and trust me when you do this the bilsteins are not over rated
  6. yes GM is addressing the issue, but i have a 2014 chev with 5.3 and 6 speed with over 150k miles. i know my tranny is on borrowed time and would like to get a new truck but right now the newer trucks are probably no more reliable than what i have. and yes it is covered by warranty but your new truck might sit for weeks waiting for parts
  7. looks like an aftermarket tracking device antenna, did you buy the truck used
  8. after you disconnect the battery does the temp gauge work
  9. you need to fix the the miss fire code on cylinder 7 first, pull the spark plug and check it. do a compression test on cylinder 7 and make sure it has good compression
  10. feed a wire through the spring and apply the ebrake, tighten the wire so the spring cannot expand, put a small screw driver under the ebarke lever and release the ebrake.
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