I have and love the painted bumpers on my Sierra, but like others have said, they chip. But, I live in central NY, with tons of snow and salt -the bumper on my black 2015 is the only part significantly chipped and may get powder coated this summer.
I agree that these GM remotes are pretty darn good. I work from home and my office is on the back side of the basement . My other vehicles are in the garage, so my Sierra 1500 is in the driveway about halfway down to the road. I can start my truck sitting at my desk -with absolutely no line of site or windows. Nice on warm summer days with the AC coming on, but more awesome to have the heat come on when it's 9f and snowing like crazy.
Thanks! If that's the case, it would be nice if they told me that on the Onstar diagnostics, instead of telling me lower on the screen to call and make a service appointment. But since I received this message, which has the current mileage of my truck, isn't Onstar working? I have to admit that I really don't like Onstar, especially the cost. I have it on 3 newer GM vehicles and only pay for more on my wife's.
Thanks, that what I figured. I have received recall messages in the past and am current on all recalls. I know my bumper to bumper is up, but my in service date is September 2015, so the 5year 100k driveline is still good. And luckily, since the triple A8 flush early on, at 40k miles it still works great.
Anyone ever get this message -no detail just telling you to make an appointment for a "diagnostic alert" that needs "immediate" attention. I'm thinking that they just want to tell me I don't have Onstar anymore and to please sign up fast to keep paying them. Diagnostics Report from your 2015 GMC Sierra Crew Cab as of 01/29/2019 Dear Susan LaVallee, There is a diagnostic alert for your vehicle this month requiring immediate attention. Please see the Diagnostic Information for details on your key operating systems. It is critical that you take care of this issue promptly to maintain the safe operation of your vehicle. No Issues Found Action Suggested Immediate Attention DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION Engine and Transmission System Emissions System Air Bag System StabiliTrak® Stability Control System Antilock Braking System OnStar System
It is definitely a GM DI 6.2 normal situation. My 15 Denali, previous 15 Corvette and the 19 Corvette I traded it in on all have the same soot. Like others have said, not too bad if you keep up with it -sort of like brake dust on rims. When I wash my vehicles I do the tailpipes -I have been using Mothers Mag & Aluminum Polish and it comes off very easy.
I had the factory all weather mats in my Denali and they were just not very good for keeping the carpets dry. I went with Weathertech -they line the whole floor, fit great and bring melted snow and crap to the edge for easy wiping.
Installed the GM CAI -had a bunch of rewards to pay a good chunk of it. Looks nice, but minimal 11 HP gain.
When I was pumping gas in HS, I remember that one way to hunt wheel bearing noise sources was to drive the speed you hear it and turn right then left an see if it goes away. If you get a change going one way, it may indicate if one side has a bad bearing.
My oldest daughter was born March 80, so I had to be irresponsible before I had to be responsible.
Thanks, actually found it in a classified ad -used with 3k miles, for $5,900.00. Oh, the classified ad was in September 1979
I decided to go the power route.... did a "test pipe", Cat delete to unleash the 350 and increase beyond the factory 175HP rating. Actually just remembered that it sounded better in the 80's when I had one on then.
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