You may be on to something. It does happen with the app or the fob. The issues started not long after I had 3 recalls done. One of the recalls was for a potentially loose ground cable I think. I'll mention that at the dealership this afternoon.
That's disappointing. I tried searching on here and google, but wasn't coming up with much. The biggest advantage to me is range. I work in a large plant and at shift change I can start it with the app from anywhere and by the time I get changed and out to the parking lot, truck is warm. The key fob doesn't compare.
I'm having a strange, random issue with my remote start and I'm curious if it's been happening to anyone else. Started when I tried to start the truck ('19 AT4 6.2L) with the onstar app. It failed, said not to try again and to start truck normally with start button. Did so, and the CEL was on. Got an email saying an engine/transmission issue was detected and to go to dealer within 7 days. Did so, they did a software download and all was good. 2 days later, same issue after trying to start with the app again. Except the CEL randomly cleared and I could use the app again after awhile. Over the last few days the CEL randomly comes on after a failed attempt to start with the app or key fob then will clear eventually. I uninstalled/reinstalled the app after speaking with onstar but that didn't seem to help anything. I have another appt at the dealer later today so I'll see what they say. I really like the remote start with the app so I hope this gets figured out quickly.
Got a Du-Ha box under the back seat with normal truck stuff. Jumper cables, tow strap, couple different hitch balls, small air compressor. Centre console organizer like posted above with flashlight, pocketknife, etc. Nothing crazy.
Doh, no Canadians allowed. Oh well good luck to all.
I have a 15 Midnight as well. Man I hope I don't run into this. Just turned over 10,000 km's. Would the dreaded vibration have shown up by now if it is going to? Or could it still appear?
I got told at one dealer that the truck I wanted (Midnight Edition) was impossible to get. All sold out. Went to another dealer 30 minutes away and they had one arriving that week. So I bought it. It has more options than I wanted at the time, but now I'm happy it is loaded.
2012 Mazda 3. Not a bad little car for the 65 km drive each way to work. Manual trans was fun to drive. Then I moved alot closer to work and buying a truck was doable. Not much I really miss about the car, it was pretty plain. Tons of features in the truck ('15 LTZ Midnight Edition) that I love. Funny thing is, 120km per day in the car or 25km per day in the truck...not much difference in fuel use.
This is the kit I bought. http://www.roughcountry.com/gm-leveling-lift-kit-1307-8.htmlThe front sits about 1/4" lower than the rear now instead of 2.5" lower. I may add the rear blocks at some point, but I do like how it sits with just the front spacers. I bought directly from Rough Country, so the price on their website is what I paid. Altho I'm in Canada and it shipped UPS so I got screwed by the "brokerage fees". But that is UPS, not Rough Countrys fault. $75 bucks for a shop to install, and $70 for an alignment afterwards. Probably could have done the install myself, but for $75 it was worth it to me to just have a shop do it. One other thing, RC has 2 kits. One for steel control arms and 1 for aluminum. Not sure what the difference is, but I guess it matters. My truck has aluminum. I'd assume yours has the same.
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