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Travis Whitmore

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    Vancouver, WA
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    2015 GMC Sierra 1500 All Terrain

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  1. Toyos, Billy's and Cognito UCA's all stayed on it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Certain aspects will be missed, but dang this thing is fast and smooth! The deal I got on it was so good I couldn't say no, plus they gave me 38,500 for my Sierra, which is pretty decent I think. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. After only 9 months (not a record for me) I traded my 2015 All Terrain in on a 2015 Chevrolet SS sedan. Sweet car. This one was bought new 5 months ago and only has 4800 miles. It's amazing how much better the infotainment system is in the SS than the GMC. Oh, the SS is a 6spd manual, like it should be! Really enjoyed this forum. Great group here and very informative! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Mine shifts even worse after the update the dealer just performed. RPM's spike up a few hundred at what seems random times just driving down the highway. Still doesn't seem to know what gear it should be in. I'm about to do a Black Bear tune just to fix the damn transmission.
  5. 2 or 4 wheel drive? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Same problem with my 20 year old garage door openers. I'd blame the openers but my wife's KIA home link will open the doors half way up the street.
  7. Just got my truck back from being repaired for burnt oil smell. In my case the gasket on the high pressure fuel pump was damaged and dripping a small amount of oil. They replaced the gasket and all should be good.
  8. Turns out the pump was fine. I must have misunderstood the service manager. It was the gasket that was bad. Must have been an assembly defect. Got the truck back yesterday and all seems fine so far. They also drained the 1/2 quart of oil they overfilled a couple weeks ago at my oil change.
  9. Not sure on that one. My loaded SLT All Terrain with discounts was still almost $5k cheaper than the Denali, just like the OP posted.
  10. Got the truck back today. Apparently it was the HPF gasket, not the pump itself. Also drained the 1/2 quart of oil that they over filled two weeks ago at my first oil change. Road tested and they said no more leaks, although now my cab smells like there's a gallon of gasoline in the vents. Hope it airs out quick because nothing like smelling gas in my 6 month old $40k plus truck.
  11. Yes. The fuel pump must be driven off the motor and that seal must've been leaking. What ever it was it requires a new high pressure fuel pump.
  12. Mine is currently in the shop for a new high pressure fuel pump. Was leaking oil. 7200 mile 2015 5.3 V8. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. 2015 Sierra crew 4x4 All Terrain 7200 miles. After about 1000 miles I would occasionally smell burning oil when coming to a stop. At first figured it can't be my new truck, has to be some other car near me. After smelling it enough times to realize it is my new truck I took it in to the shop. They called me today to arrange a loaner car. HPF is leaking oil and has to be replaced. Had everything torn down to the intake manifold when I went by to get some gear out of my truck. No fuel pumps available in the area, will overnight one tomorrow and hopefully have it back together this Monday. FWIW the tech said he'd never seen one do this. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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