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markitzero

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About markitzero

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  • Birthday 11/24/1975

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  • Location
    Issaquah, WA
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    Male
  • Drives
    2016 Suburban LTZ

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  1. I've had a water leak appear near the passenger side of the controls for the sunroof and such a few times now. I checked with the dealer and the solution was to open the sunroof and spray compressed air into the sunroof drains. This has happened a couple of times now. After heavy rain and wind yesterday I have a leak in a new place, on the a-pillar. If memory serves me the dealer told me this could be related to the antenna that sits on the roof on the drivers side. Does anybody know how to solve this?
  2. Hi, Anybody seen this problem? 2nd row screen works intermittently. 3rd row screen is fine. Feels like the switch or contact that shuts it off when being closed isn't working right. Thanks,
  3. I always turn the vehicle off first, press the button and the orange button lights up. If you press it before you turn the vehicle off it will display a message in the center area of the dash as such. It resets after you unlock the doors. It's particularly useful on ferries as the movement back and forth will set the alarm off.
  4. '16 Suburban with 44k and the lifetime fuel efficiency shown on the iPhone app is 16.3. I reset the trip computer every fill-up and I've seen the average for the tank as low as 12 and high as 19.
  5. Took the burb in for a oil change today and the dealer had this sitting out front. Anybody have one? I'm sure they make a suburban version. Would be fun. https://www.evergreenchevrolet.com/auto/new-2018-chevrolet-tahoe-callaway-sc560-4x4-issaquah-wa/25306423/
  6. These two photos are the reverse, license plate and turn/brake bulbs. Lens flare for sure but gives an idea.
  7. Was able to grab a few photos in a parking garage but with the cars on either side didn't really show a good side-to-side view. First is fogs only, second is headlights only (HID), third is both headlights and fog lights.
  8. I've tried a few photos of the fogs on which resulted in bad photos. The above shows them off.
  9. I'll take some photos this weekend. No hyperflash (resistors installed), as far as codes I am assuming I need a Chevy diagnostic tool to determine but I have seen nothing indicated from the vehicle dash displays. Quick video showing LED on top, standard incandescent on bottom testing during install. IMG_0838 (1).m4v
  10. So far I've replaced: rear turn signals/brake lights with 80w red (https://hidkitpros.com/shop/lumawerx-7440-7443-led-bulb-lw80-cree/) reverse lights (amazon sourced) license plate bulbs (originally amazon source, one died, now: https://hidkitpros.com/shop/1995-2017-chevrolet-suburban-led-license-plate-lights/) front fogs: moritmoto (https://hidkitpros.com/shop/chevrolet-square-morimoto-xb-led-fogs/) The fogs were a total pain to replace but have great side-to-side coverage and 5500k. Rear brake/turn are super bright and responsive. Still need to change out the front HID to 6500k, the high beams to LED and the front turn signals to LED.
  11. Try using premium fuel (around here it's 91 octane) from a top tier station (I use Shell or Chevron). I had a similar problem of rough idle at stoplights and after 4-5 tanks of premium fuel the problem was 90% gone and I have continued to use premium. Previously I was using regular from Safeway fuel and the shaking was really rough at times.
  12. I never use the fog lights as they seem to do nothing. Very little change in light output. Has anybody retrofitted HID or LED bulbs or the entire housing?
  13. Best Tires

    At 35k the stock Bridgestone Dueller H/L Alenzas are just about done. In reading here it seems Michelin is the go to for most. Any body used the Pirelli Scorpion Verde on a Tahoe or Suburban? I have had several sets on my VW Touareg and previous Audi Q7 and they always held up well (45k-50k miles). Given my experience I am sure they will work great but thought I would ask anyway.
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