It's a warranty claim, and it's the GM dealer who wants to use the Ford fluid. I will make sure they document that Mercon fluid was added in case anything happens down the road. I have 6 year bumper to bumper.
My 10 speed had an o-ring fail and needs transmission fluid. The GM dealer has no Dexron ULV, but the Ford dealer across the street has Mercon ULV. Are they the same fluid? Both fluids recommended for each respective 10 speed.
Does anyone know the labor time to install this kit? On the accessories website, it recommends to have installed by your dealer. Thanks! https://accessories.chevrolet.com/product/lift-suspension-upgrade-system-for-4wd-vehicles-84768243?year=2020&make=Chevrolet&model=Silverado 1500&modelId=491&body=Extended Cab Pickup&bodyId=18&wheel=Standard Box&wheelId=651&trim=LT&trimId=430&drive=4WD&driveId=8&engine=3.0L L6 DIESEL&engineId=17881&bodyNumDoors=5&categoryId=98004
I have a 2015 5.3L Sierra. On a warm start (truck shut down for an hour or so), the RPM's will often start around 1100, then briefly rise to 1400 before slowing dropping to normal idle speed. Everyone else the same or should I take it in? Thanks!
Hi everyone. Traded in my 09 Silverado for a 15 Sierra SLE Double Cab Z71, Light Steel Grey Metallic. 5.3L with 3.42 gears. It's a Kodiak, which is a Canada-only option group. After 3050 miles (4900 km), lifetime mileage is 17.8 US MPG or 13.2L/100km. Love this truck!.
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