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About jvig149

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  1. Good to be here thanks. Had a 92 chevy SWB sikverado back in 92 then switched to a titan in 2004 and bought another titan in 2014. I put a 6 inch fab tech lift and all the other goodies that go with that and then had issues with rupturing brake lines during hard braking, so I had to cut her loose. Did not feel like exploring anymore steel braided brake line brands, so in the interest of safety i got into this 2017 GMC a few weeks ago. Hopefully she will give me 10-12 good years of service and then I can just keep it and pass it on to a family member.
  2. Good to know about the safety margin of gallons til empty - thanks.
  3. txab - you are the reason people do not like participating on forums. I did read the owner's manual which is why I went into to such detail asking a simple gas tank question. Thank you for the first part of your answer. It is appreciated. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  4. A fix will come and it will be fine. Probably just a tuning issue. I notice the same thing with mine. I just have to get on the accelerator a little more. I am not too worried. GMC will come up with a fix and it will probably be a simple tuning issue that will be addressed as a re-call. A simple day in the shop re-flash once they start rolling it out. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
  5. Just got a 2017 GMC Sierra Crew Cab Texas Edition SLE with the 5.3 V8. I have gone through my first tank of gas. I am curious what the fuel capacity the tank is. I drove until the gas light came on and the fuel range read 29 miles left. I thought the tank was 26 gallons but when I filled up it was "topped off" at 21.36 gallons. This leads me to believe it is only a 22 gallon tank. Hope this is not a dumb question. I am just curious. The bed is the 5.8ft. Thanks for reading. Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk
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