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  1. Adjustable temp inputs

    I kept telling my dealer the same thing, there has to be something wrong. They always say they are within the normal operating temperature range according to GM. I haven’t gotten a second dealers opinion yet and that’s my fault. I always took my dealers word for it because they’ve been pretty good to me. However I recently had a buddy who about got SCREWED by this dealer, so I believe it’s time to start looking around for second opinions. Especially since I have the extended warranty out to 120,000 b-b. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Adjustable temp inputs

    Yes I do. I have checked and triple checked this setting. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Adjustable temp inputs

    I don’t expect them to be cold at all but at least be cool to some degree. The cooled seats is something I could take or leave honestly. As for my heated seats, that’s a different story. When I remote start my truck when it’s cold out 20-30 degrees and it runs for 5-10 minutes before I get in, and after I hit the seat warmer button upon entry it still takes no less than 10-15 minutes before I start feeling any warmth. This is where my bitch comes into play than the cooled seats. My dealer has claimed they replaced the heating elements in both front seats but there is zero difference. My heated seats can be on ALL day and never get hot to where I need to turn them down. It’s like they are on the lowest setting all the time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Adjustable temp inputs

    They are “supposed” to do this but in my truck I can NEVER tell a difference. When I get in after warming up when it’s cold, the seats are cold. When getting in after it’s hot out, the seats are hot. After starting the truck with the key, everything warms up or cools off as it should. Dealer says there’s nothing wrong with my seats. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Subscribed. I’ve been looking at one of these for a while but since I’ve got the HID’s I don’t want to burn them out or have them flash at all. I also don’t want to install lights, run wires and drill holes for switches in the dash or console. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Mud flaps on 2015 Silverado

    I’ve got OEM’s on my Sierra. Much better protection that the weathertech’s I originally installed. They are sleek, and do very well. Only downside is the drilling part. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Bilstein shocks thread

    That’s what the shop told me. I’ve got about 45,000 miles on my current set up now with no issues. When I need new tires, I’m going to remove the lower spacer, put shocks at stock height and remove the rear blocks. Or at least that’s the plan. Going to go back to stock size and load range tires. Most of my driving is highway with little trailer use so I’m going back to get the most mpgs and out of the truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Bilstein shocks thread

    That’s what the shop told me. I’ve got about 45,000 miles on my current set up now with no issues. When I need new tires, I’m going to remove the lower spacer, put shocks at stock height and remove the rear blocks. Or at least that’s the plan. Going to go back to stock size and load range tires. Most of my driving is highway with little trailer use so I’m going back to get the most mpgs and out of the truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Bilstein shocks thread

    I had this same kit. I took the strut spacer out and put the 5100’s at max height with the 1/2” spacer under the shock. My shop told me the angles were way better this way than before with the strut spacer and stock shocks. I also have a 2” block in rear. This gives me a little bit of rake for pulling trailers and not ass end sagging. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Fog lights on with DRL

    Push the button. [emoji23] Not that I’m aware of. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I think it’s really going to depend on your dealer. I’ve got the diode mod for fogs on while highs are and they’ve never said anything about that. I’ve also got extra strobe lights wired in for the fire Dept I’m on and nothing’s been said of those either. I doubt anything would be said until there’s an issue and they can blame it or pin point it to the said mod. This of course is just my 2 cents Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. This would be awesome to have! Then add a recording feature so it’s a rear facing dash cam. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Cold Air Intake 5.3 question

    I didn’t notice any difference in sound Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Cold Air Intake 5.3 question

    A JR kit is just the filter which drops into the stock air box and the intake tube. The full kit is the cone style filter that replaces the stock air box. From all the research I did, the stock air box provides more than enough air for the most common performance mods. So i didn’t see a need to spend the extra money on replacing it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. That may be the case with some but the morimoto kits from TRS just require some wiring and a bulb replacement. I removed the air box and the plastic cover above the grill under the hood and the only reason I removed the cover was to conceal my wires and relays. That kit is SUPER simple and well worth the money. If my wife’s car wasn’t a lease, I’d be doing it in a heart beat. I even did my mother in laws edge with that kit. Truly night and day difference. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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