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ExtraSlow

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About ExtraSlow

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    Calgary Canada
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    2010 Chev Silvderado 2500HD 6.0L Gas
  1. Hmmm, I have a rattle in my backseat that I haven't been able to track down, maybe this is the issue.
  2. Howdy all, I've got a 2010 2500 with the 6.0L gas engine. Currently has around 225,000kms on it, (140,000 miles) it's in good shape and all I use it for is pulling my travel trailer in the summer. A couple of times last year it threw a code, which never resulted in any kind of driveability issue or noticeable loss of power. I stupidly didn't write down what code it was, and I'm thinking it needs some love before the summer towing season is here. Spark plugs and an oil change are obvious places to start. I'm very comfortable with brakes, so I'll have a good look at those as we
  3. I guess I also want to double check that I'm reading everything right in that the "primary" battery is the one on the passenger side near the firewall, and the Aux is the one on the drivers side near the radiator.
  4. doing more reading, it appears very different than the dual batteries in diesel trucks
  5. Just wanted to double check how the factory dual batteries (Option TP2) in my 2010 Silvderado 2500HD gasser are wired. I found this description in an archived thread that sound reasonable but wanted to double check.
  6. That's an annoying thing to troubleshoot, the fuse-holder. Glad you found it, and glad it's already doing some work.
  7. Mine has the plastic chrome-look coating peeling off. Only on the drivers door, and it's not too bad, but I'd like to tidy it up if it wasn't expensive.
  8. Yes, it appears references I found to it being "limited slip" were incorrect.
  9. Wow that was fast. They already sent me the build sheet. It's basically a list of the RPO codes decoded. Funny some of them are still blank. Other decode to slightly different wording than the online ones. Only surprise is that the build sheet says I have a locking rear axle, and the online decoder called that one limited slip. That's two very different things, I will investigate.
  10. Sent a request to that email address. Will report back.
  11. I know your pain about the bleeders seizing, and it always makes me nervous when I need to mess with them. Glad that things worked out eventually, although it's bad luck that you had to go through all that on what should have been a simple job.
  12. I've been away from this site for 18 months or so, and it seems like the RPO codes lookup tool has been removed. Is that correct? Can anyone shed some light one this? I previously found it quite handy.
  13. Hey, I didn't post a follow-up, and then sold the truck so I wasn't around, but these stickers worked good for me, and looked great except for the one I put on a tiny bit crooked. Take your time and it's a great way to clean up the look of your HVAC controls. The new-to-me 2010 truck I just bought also has some spots that are rubbing off, so I may be buying another set soon. Not sure if that same ebay seller is still the way to go, but I checked and there are several options on ebay still.
  14. Don't know if this is the right place, but I'm back riding in a GM product again. Just picked up a 2010 Chev Silverado 2500HD 6.0L gas engine. Much lower mileage than that last one, 221,000kms (137,000 miles) so it's just barely broken in. A nice clean one-owner truck. So far I need to find some new (used) tires for it, as these are old and very loud. I'm sure I'll have more questions as I use this truck through the summer.
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