Zurfy replied to Mileguru's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsThat drives me nuts! There are days that it never updates. Makes me think there is something wrong with it.
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You are supposed to rinse the foam off before you continue with the 2 bucket method. The foam is to help loosen the dirt on your rig. (I actually use 3 buckets: soapy water, soapy water for wheels/tires, and clean rinse water.) If you don’t rinse before scrubbing, you take a change of grinding those dirt particles into your clear coat causing scratches and swirl marks. Of course, it’s up to you. Just my 2¢. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
There should be a "projection" button on the main home screen. Once you plug your phone in, it will change to Android Auto. Also, you will see Android Auto automatically launch on your phone and will lock you out of your phone. (At least, that's what it did when I had my last android phone over a year ago.) If it is still not coming up after plugging in your phone, you may have to have the dealer check to see if there is an update to the radio. When I got my 16, Chevy had just released an update enabling Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Mine glitched out last week, too! It was playing the podcast I was listening to, but the screen was blank. I had to connect and disconnect 3 times and force close the podcast app on the phone in order to get it to work. I listen to podcasts all the time. This was the first time I had an issue.
Why not just get it fixed? With that low of mileage, I would. After all, their insurance is paying for it. I was rear ended almost a year ago. She put a nice dent in the bumper. The bumper was pushed into the bottom corner of the bed of the truck. They had to correct a small crease in the side of the bed and repaint that side. Her insurance would only pay for an aftermarket bumper. I insisted on OEM. The aftermarket ones tend to rust faster. Her insurance paid for the entire repair and a rental. It took a week and a half to do it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
They would have to prove that your modification(s) caused the issue. As far as the check engine light, take it to your local parts store. They will read the code, tell you what it means, and will clear it for you, upon request. I go to O'Reilly. Auto Zone does this, too.
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