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  1. Wouldn't the BCM be the one to tell the motor to do this ? I wouldn't expect the new motor to take it upon itself to perform this. For example it doesn't necessarily get door handle or door open/close information I don't think Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  2. So I came out one morning to find the drivers front window all the way down. It wouldn't roll up. Found out the regulator had broken. Ordered a replacement from Oreillys and changed it out. Think it was Dorman brand, but looked just like the original. Then I noticed when i opened or closed the door, there was a strange noise i hadn't heard before. So now, when you pull the handle to open the door , the window drops ever so slightly, like 1/4". And when you close the door, it rolls back up. Crazy. Only one window does it. Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  3. Mine has started doing the same thing. All sorts of random functions will pop up on the screen, makes the click noise as if you are making selections on the screen but im not. Radio will change stations, nav map goes beserk, etc Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  4. I can't envision any scenario where higher octane nets better mpg, except at WOT. Yes, our trucks have high compression, knock sensors and timing retard when detonation is sensed. But at light throttle openings and enigne load, they should not come into play. Higher octane, and thus detonation resistance, mean that higher octane fuels burn more slowly; the flame propogation front is slowed down. With lower octane fuels, the combustion process is slightly faster, which is effectively the same as advancing timing, which always helps mpg (unless its advanced too far). Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  5. Sub box bolts to the floor hump. Sub amp bolts to the rear wall behind the seat. Not hard to do. Should be PnP if you have the factory wiring harness Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  6. Yeah, LOL at folks racing their trucks Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  7. Martha's procedure did the trick for me. Thanks! I have the Speck case with my S10 and it just barely fits in the charger. It charges fine. Btw Wth is Bixby lol? Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  8. I just got a Samsung S10 and voice pass thru (long button press on wheel) does not work now. It worked with my previous phone, an S7. With the new phone, I can answer and make calls, listen to texts, listen to music etc thru the trucks bluetooth connectivity. But long button press just equals crickets now, no info comes up on the DIC etc. Google voice works fine just speaking into the phone with no bluetooth devices connected. Any ideas? Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  9. Just replaced my OEM one in my 2016 last week. It went 55k miles and 37 months, north Alabama. Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  10. Have the same problem. Pulling the RDO fuse temporarily fixes it. The cure is to replace the HMI Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  11. What I noticed with led backups is that the ground directly behind the truck is not as bright, but the neighbors house across the street looks amazing Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  12. It's supposed to do that. Charging voltage will vary depending on battery charge state, temperature, etc. It's not static Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  13. The trans shudder presents when there is mileage on the truck, not brand new. Mine surfaced around 50,000 miles. The fluid flush fixed it. With a new truck and only a few hundred miles, I would look elsewhere Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
  14. I have the Michelin Defenders. Very quiet and comfortable ride. Same mpg. I do not go off road. Sent from my SM-T817V using Tapatalk
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