Just had the two codes show up today and just got off the phone with the dealer. My truck (2016 all terrain 5.3L) is not covered. Was looking forward to the release of the "refreshed" 2022 tomorrow but thinking I might start looking at Rams. This truck and transmission is why GMC is the fourth popular truck. Frustrating to say the least that they can f*ck up a transmission so badly and just walk away from it and leave so many people hanging. Rant over..... Is there any programming or calibration that has to happen if I replace the sensor myself? thanks
A dealer that I have been talking with says that they are now taking pre-orders on 2022's. Has anyone else heard that? Tempted to pull the trigger but would like to actually see what the truck is going to look like and confirmation that the 2022 will be different than the 2021......
so did they do both the fluid change and the reprogram at the same visit to fix the problem?
did some more backing up and going forward, I was incorrect stating that the pedal went all the way to the floor, it does travel a bit but then it won't move any further and braking is very difficult. I guess because it pushed in and then stopped so hard I was thinking it was going all the way to the floor but it isn't. Sounds like it may be a vacuum pump issue? dealer asked if I had any aftermarket modifications, truck has a front leveling kit. Somehow I imagine they will say that caused the issue??....
Searched and didn't find anything on this. Starting today my truck losses braking ability after I put it in reverse. Brakes work fine going forward but after I put the truck in reverse to back into a parking spot the pedal goes to the floor and braking ability is almost non-existent. Have been able to duplicate the problem both of the times I have tried to backup since. Any ideas? 2016 Sierra 1500
Hi guys, the truck is currently perfectly level, 39.5" to wheel well at both front and back. Would like to do something in the rear to give it a little rake. What are my options? Would prefer to just be able to put in a larger spacer block without having to change out the shocks. Is that possible? thanks
Here is a picture of the top of the shock and an overall picture of the truck, the driveway is slightly slanted so the truck is as well if it isn't obvious. Whatever leveling kit is has makes it look good so that helped when I bought it but didn't play a huge role.
Just bought a used 2016 with some type of leveling kit. Not sure what I have and whether it is just the front or rear suspension. Can someone help identify what I have. Truck has stock rims with 305 BFG A/T tires. â€‹ â€‹thanks for the help!
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