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LowbanksArcher

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  1. Yep. The fuses are for the trailer lights only. The truck's signals will still work. If you pop the cover off the fuse box under the hood, I believe they are #16 and #17 fuses. One for left, and one for right.
  2. This. My 15 Sierra popped both left and right signal + brake light fuses recently. There is 1 fuse for each side that does signal and braking. Running lights are on a separate fuse.
  3. Beauty. I tried PM'ing you about the 22's but not sure if it worked. Sent from my LG-H812 using Tapatalk
  4. Beauty. That's a heck of a garage too!
  5. Website shows a sale on for $650. So for me, that's still about $1000 Canadian.
  6. Ok. Checked out the website and I see what you guys are talking about now. That being said, with the prices listed, i'll stick to using my phone or Garmin
  7. No go for my 2015. GM says there were hardware upgrades on 2016 models.
  8. Which app for Android? Does it load info onto the trucks screen?
  9. My 15 Sierra came with the complimentary onstar for the first 6 months, and we uses that for navigation. Now that that is run out, is there anyway to get navigation in the truck?
  10. 13 replies already. Not too shabby Sent from my LG-H812 using Tapatalk
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