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03dyna

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About 03dyna

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    Sask
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    2018 LTZ Z71 6.2 double cab

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  1. Hi I have a 2018 Silverado with a 6.2 l and I have a code P0131 which from what I can gather is a 02 sensor 1 bank 1 and I think that would be be the upstream sensor but I was wondering on what side on the engine any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Thanks Jim I will have to look into this.
  3. Hi I was wondering if there is a cost effective tool out there for programming a new key fob to my 2018 Silverado? I am trying to avoid a dealer visit if possible thanks for your time with my request.
  4. The only ones I have found are the outer tie rod ends.
  5. HI i doubt this will work but it is easy to try when my presets disappeared on my 18 Silverado 1500 I swiped up on the screen and things went back to normal.
  6. i know on mine when it is -20 and I let it run for at least 10 min before I drive I see 21L/100 quite regularly .But in the summer when I jump in and go I usually see around 11L/100 .
  7. Hi just wondering if you are using the remote start a lot of idling will bring down your fuel mileage really quick.
  8. I had installed TFP brand stainless steel window trim kit on my 2016 and in my opinion they looked better than the factory ones do on my 2018 and they where cheaper then the Putco brand .
  9. Hi I am not sure if this would work for you but this is what I use on my 18 here in Sask. and I have not had any problems with it this winter I just took of the hose clamp and used the cap by itself. https://www.homedepot.ca/product/pro-connect-flexible-pipe-cap-2/1000450727
  10. I was wondering if you know where the location of this screen would be in your 6.2 and what you would have to take apart to get to it thanks for your help with my question.
  11. Hi I am not sure if this would be any help to you with your question number 2 when I was getting winter tires for my truck I had a look at the spare and I noticed it was a 265/70/17 so if figured 17 inch rims should clear the brakes and be relatively close in size. I purchased a set of 17 inch rims and tires and it fits with no problem and checked the speedometer with a app on my phone and it seems to still be accurate so it worked for me and was a lot cheaper with the 17s. You may want to check with a tire size calculator online to make sure your speedo wont be out to much.
  12. Thanks for posting this that is exactly what I was looking for
  13. Another vote for Husky Liners. I had Weather Tech in my 2016 and I found the Husky Liners to fit better and I hope they stand up better as well.
  14. Hi Saskquatch I am in Sask. as well I run Bridgestone Blizzaks on my 1500 I find the wear down really quickly. I think if I had it to do over I would try the Michelin X-Ice we have them on the wifes crv and they still look like new after 3 years.Granted they are two totally different types of vehicles.
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