I'm pretty sure the double cab and the crew cab part numbers are the same. I have a crew cab and I installed the app steps last year. While I didn't have to cut mine, I remember something about having to cut them if you have a double cab. As far as your question of leaving it on to get something out you could try it. Im sure depending on where the arms are in the back, the added strain of the rails after the back arm would be greater. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
Added a 4.5 zone lift last year in October. Never had much issue with anything until the last couple of weeks. I have developed a noise on the driver's side when I am turning full lock. Just sitting still turning the wheel you can hear it. Sounds like popping when turning onto curbs or just turning in general. I have taken the truck back to the shop that installed it and they couldn't find anything wrong with the install. Is there anyone else that has had similar issues with any lift for that matter and what the fix could be? I know it a vague question but the noise is bothering me. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
Any of you develop any unusual sounds with the lifts. I have had a 4.5 zone lift for about a year and the last few weeks, it has started to creak a little bit. Only when on full lock too. I took it the place that installed it and they double checked everything and it all checks out. I know its vague, but I have gotten under the truck and had the wife turn the wheel.
****update**** All weekend, I had to deal with the idiot light saying door was open and the driver side step is extended. Looked really goofy. Somehow the sensor was working, and know both rear doors do not extend the steps out. Atva lost of what is going on. These steps have worked flawlessly for 6 months. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
Wife and I packed the dogs up for a little road trip. Going down the road, one of the dogs put er paws on the armrest on the door. No big deal except the the truck thinks the door is still open. I got out and verified that it was closed. Open door and closed a half dozen times. On top of that, my amp research steps won't retract because of said door. Traveled 600 miles with a false alarm and one extended step. Is there anything I could check before taking it to dealer when I get home? Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
Magnuson Moss warranty act. Thats all you need. Dealership would need to prove that the CAI is causing transmission problems. The dealer/vehicle manufacturer has the right to deny a warranty repair but they must demonstrate that the aftermarket part caused the problem.
Awesome story. Glad to hear GM stood my their product. We always hear or see the bad side of things. Be sure to include the dealer you used so hopefully any one else around can use them for service.
Drive it around and check for CEL. Check 355nation.net for some help if you have anymore questions. The guys over there are really informative and have a lot of good how tos for maintenance and such. Good luck if you get it
I had an 05 that I enjoyed. Does it have the I4 or I5 motor? I4 always lacked power. I remember something about the I5 having motor issues. They seemed to have a bad cylinder head. Never had it happen on mine though. Rotors were a pita because they were pressed on. Truck was designed by Isuzu. Had little quirks like that.
bwilliams22685 replied to lapoolboy's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsAre you 100 positive this is the correct hole? I put a set on last week. The fronts were easy. Holes were alreaded threaded. I did have to run a tap through them. The rears were a different story. Make sure you have the holes that were 20 some inches away from the rear of you have a crew cab. I never came across any issues like your having
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