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  1. there also another terminal that is called a GT 150. They have a GT 150 and a GT 280, its another very common terminal pin in automotive in general
  2. those look similar to the pins over have worked on Allison transmission, it may be an Metri-Pack 280 female terminal. Could be wrong but its most likely it, GM uses alot of Metri Pack connectors. You can find these at a local NAPA. Maybe take your mirror and go to napa see if they have metri pack terminals and see which one fits the width and thickness of your male terminals
  3. let me know if any of you all get a loud thump from rear end when going off road over abrupt terrain or a speed bump, i think the shock isnt long enough in the rear but I need someone to second that
  4. you have a part number for the rear wheel well liners
  5. So im getting irritated, seems like no one at dealer or GM knows what i want or how to make it happen. It shows all this stuff as available accessories on my truck under the silverado buyers section. I have a 2019 Chevy Silverado 1500 LT Trail Boss I want to install the factory stuff. Rear Wheel Well Liners (Seems easy enough to figure out) Front Dash Cigarette Lighter Socket (Would assume the 2 wire plug would be behind the blank in the dash, just need the receptacle) In Cab and In Bed 110/120V Electrical Outlet (Would think that I just need the inverter, maybe a wiring harness and the receptacles as well) Upfitter AUX switches (Would seem to me be a plug and play type of deal) Heads Up Display (I think im asking too much for this one) and The new Mirror Perimeter Lights which are the forward facing LED lights. (New LH and RH mirrors, a harness if so and the headlight switch since thats were the switch is at) Honestly to me for an LT this truck seems pretty dam base model-ish to me when I compare it to my 16 Silverado LT Can some one shed some light on this please
  6. How come my dealer was able to quote it for me separately? I also found the part number and item online so that’s why I was asking if I bought it, if I replaced it do I need to reprogram anything?
  7. I need to replace the electric steering motor on my steering rack cause I broke the connector when I lifted it cause when I had it on the ground it has rolled and hit it and broke the area of the connector off that that the locking tab that locks connector in place. I’d like to change it. Don’t know if it’s a remove and replace item or if I need to have programming done or anything. It’s item #4
  8. I understand but it should still be able to produce an output signal whether there is a trailer connected or not, all Dodge trucks including the two I have produce a gain signal whether there is a trailer hooked up or not. Maybe the way this particular truck is set up it needs to have a trailer connected I don't know
  9. Got a issue with the trailer brakes here. On the cluster it shows the trailer brakes and gain but when I press the brake pedal or squeeze the small trailer brake controller handle to manually apply trailer brakes the gain bar does not respond. Not sure if it needs to be hooked up to a trailer for it to work. I've checked the fuses and found a few trailer turn signal related fuses blown. Put my volt meter on the white and blue at the trailer plug and .5v flickering voltage and when I squeeze the manuals levers or press the brake there is not voltage change either. Any help or advice would be appreciated
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