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Brianx220

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  1. So would you agree that if I just do a full trans oil change it should be fine after the failsafe was tripped?
  2. No I haven't deleted it and your right I might have but it was just so random to me. I do go to the track every now and then but I never had issues like this when racing. This happened on a normal drive, wasn't doing pulls or anything. But that does make sense as to why it just didn't want to drive that night and now it will.
  3. Lol thanks but the truck is already at my house so that won't do me any good now, would it?
  4. It was changed about 30k miles ago unless the shop lied to me. My truck has the 6L80
  5. So, not sure if I'm the only one who has this issue at 130,061 miles but for some reason one night my truck was shifting pretty harsh, keep in mind this is the first time it's done this. I was far from home so I just drove home because I didn't have the money to have it towed nor was I going to leave it out here for looters to break into. Drove it home and just down the street from my house the truck just did not want to drive. It wouldn't go into Drive or Reverse, had to push her heavy ass home. Next day I decided to see if she'll budge and long behold it actually went into gear and I was able to move it where I usually park it. I did not take it for a drive afraid it would happen again. Anyone know what could've caused it to just stop going into gear and then now it will. Seems odd to me.
  6. Yea the code that comes up is P2097 indicating an emissions problem. I'll be honest the truck is straight piped but to go completely straight pipe requires a tune and as I mentioned before it was making that noise much before I had it tuned or removed the catalytic converters. Only thing I haven't upgraded yet is the exhaust manifold. I want to get headers soon.
  7. But was it accompanied with the check engine? My truck would at times not make that noise and the check engine light is off until the noise comes back.. this is weird as hell...
  8. No the truck is tuned, it no longer switches to V4 mode. But this noise has been around even before I got it tuned so it's not the tune. Just crossing that out.
  9. I have a 2014 Silverado. For some time now it's been making this noise from under the truck. Friends have guessed at it and so have mechanics and we cant seem to figure it out. The guesses I've heard were lifters, rod knock, transmission teeth, drive shaft, and engine misfiring.. moat of which are not the case as the truck still runs well and shifts properly. This noise is also accompanied by a check engine light (Not Flashing) so no misfire... I'm just confused as hell and just want to fix this thing.... also this only occurs while driving at a steady speed only between 1000 and 1500k RPM any faster or slower and the noise goes away. Here's a reference video so you can hear what I'm talking about.
  10. Has anyone been able to resolve this issue? Chevy has told me it's normal time and time again but now at 106K miles it got louder and this time when I dont hear it the check engine light remains off and give it about 30 miles later the ringing/Chattering gets louder and the check engine light comes on. Obviously theres a code being generated but some how no one knows what it is because the code is a rough idle code... its frustrating to say the least...
  11. Im guessing mine is having the same problem.. P050D is popping up 87K miles old. this is frustrating because it was just misfiring on cylinder 4 a month ago with code P0300 (Random/Multiple cylinder misfire) of course took it in to the dealer i bought the truck from had it serviced and now this.. 2 codes P219 and P050D.. all in the same week that it was just serviced for P050D.. took it back to the dealer only for them to of course deny everything as the all do i imagine.. but then said they will look at it for me but it will cost me the diagnostic fee.. why would i pay that again if i already paid for the misfire issue... im loosing fait in GM to be honest. My Dad's old Tundra at 120K miles is still runing properly with all original parts yet mine is becoming a money hole... please let me know if there is any way to fix this myself.
  12. I thought the same, that maybe GM would wise up and fix it but apparently even some 2017s are having the same problem. Lucky for them is most are still under the 36K mile warranty. As for me, my 2014 has been a great truck for about 83500 miles and now this. The simple fact that we don’t use the A/C that often made me think more of the system needing a reset rather than anything mechanical like freon or actuators needing replacement.
  13. Update: So I took it to the dealer again and that was a waste of time because apparently nothing is wrong with it. So I took matters in my own hands and started pulling the HVAC and the Dual Climate control fuses and took the battery off for approximately 2 minuets and put it back together and turned it over to see what happens. Not sure what fixed it weather pulling the fuses or pulling the positive terminal but now everything works properly. Just for anyone who has the same issue this is a quick fix the dealers will charge you for. Thank god for the internet lol.
  14. You bring up a good point. My battery did die and we replaced it but since I drive witch my windows open I never noticed it until my GF asked me why the heater was on and I’m chillin in the cool air lol so I will try and pull the battery for 20 seconds I guess and reset the system. Maybe it works?
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