Not sure if this is the case for you but, avoid parking under power line and trees. The parking lot at work has a power line running across it and people have learned to avoid those spaces that the lines cross. We also have a problem with birds seeing themselves in the side mirrors. They can make a real mess. I keep my mirrors folded.
Thank you very much. I get a lot of compliments on the truck. By the way, it is leveled. It has the Rough Country leveling kit installed.
I agree that the crew cab with a 6.5' bed is a rare bird compared to the 5.5' bed. When I bought my truck I wasn't really in the market for the longer bed but as soon as I saw the truck I had to have it. I worried all the way home with it that it wouldn't fit in the garage, but it did fit. The only problem is the door has to be open to walk around the truck.
I believe that it is worthless and stupid to buy Factory nav and not update it. But then again, I get picked on because I am so anal about my truck. Everything must function as intended and all service has to be done on time along with keeping it spotless.
I believe that Apple car play and Android auto is a great alternative to factory navigation but it does have it disadvantages when you loose your cell signal. At that point $100.00 doesn't seem so bad. Nothing wrong with having a backup plan.
I cannot tell any difference.
I had my truck in for another issue yesterday and they took care of the recall while they had it. Everything was done in less than 2 hours.
I had the truck in for repair today. I asked to see the duct that was removed. The flexible tube running into the airbox was almost completely broken off (thus causing it to suck air and throw a code). The mechanic said it is common. Have any of you guys had this happen? I also had the recall for the vacuum pump problem taken care of.
One month out of warranty and I get a check engine light this morning. The truck has 24000 miles and the outlet duct that connects to the throttle body has a crack in it causing check engine light to come on. I hope this is not the beginning of problems with the truck. One thing that was pretty nice is that OnStar text and emailed me almost immediately when the light came to notify me that an emissions problem had been detected. The part is ordered and will be here Monday. Below is the part that cracked. Home GM 84017671 Make sure this part fits your car Outlet Duct - GM (84017671) List Price:$139.38 You Save:$40.70 (29% off) Sale Price:$98.68 Special Order Part - Normally ships out in 2-4 business days Add to Cart Manufacturer:GM Part Number:84017671 Part:Outlet Duct Manufacturer Warranty Minimum of 12 Months Guaranteed Fitment Always the correct parts Shop with Confidence Your information is safe In-House Experts We know our products Product Details Other Names:Duct Description: 5.3 & 6.2L, 5.3L, with eassist. Manufacturer: No matter what you drive GM Wholesale Direct has you covered. We carry only the best genuine OEM parts for Chevrolet, GMC, Buick and Cadillac brands. OEM parts are manufactured for your specific vehicle and to the GM standards you’ve come to trust.
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