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About steve76t

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    Steve
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    Sparks, NV
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    17 GMC Sierra, Denali, 5.3L

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  1. Unplugged the door harness & see a tiny bit of green something at the bottom of the connector. Could this be a little corrosion from getting wet? Wonder if a little dielectric grease might be a viable solution to my problem? BTW, I did notice that the wires for my truck are wrapped in a black cloth tape.
  2. Thanks, I'll have to take a look at this to see what I find. Won't help with the service department as they're not interested in what I think could be contributing factors, but I'll look anyway. Also, got my truck back today after it was sitting at the detailership for two weeks. They did remove the tint as they mentioned last week, but only from the driver's side front window & not the passenger side. Otherwise they didn't touch the truck. They don't want to call the Field Service Engineer back until it's been confirmed that removing the tint didn't fix my issue. I'm su
  3. wish this was that easy. This issue has been going on for over a year now & the battery has been replaced, BCM has been replaced, the window motor has been replaced, had computers reset, window stops reset multiple times, etc. still this issue won't go away. That's why they need a field services engineer flown in to look at the truck next
  4. Got another update for anyone that’s interested. The bullshit is getting deeper & deeper too. Finally got the field services engineer in town to look at my truck. He also took a look at the records & noted that GM’s Technical Assistance Center recommended that the window tint be removed from the front windows. My dealership did not do that & never mentioned it to me. Because of this the field services engineer won’t look at the truck until the tint is removed. Now the dealership is going to remove the tint. They are supposed to get me something in wr
  5. Curious, have you been able to get your issue fixed? If so, what was done?
  6. No, used the lift blocks that are included with the lift kit. Ad-a-leafs are good, but also tend to stiffen up the ride too.
  7. For those that are interested my saga here continues... As noted in early Feb, I was told that my dealership needs to bring in a GM Field Services Engineer to look at my truck. Called a couple weeks later to see if anything had been scheduled yet & was told "nothing yet" and "we'll let you know as soon as we get an engineer scheduled to come in". Well, my Action Required message has become much more frequent again lately (4 times this week so far) so I called the dealership to see what their plans are with the engineer. Their response? Well evidently they cannot sched
  8. yup, sounds about right. Nice truck! My lift, wheels, tires, etc. came to a bit over $4500. Did the installation in my garage with a buddies help which saved me $1000+. Just had to buy beer & pizza.
  9. Cost me a bit more than I wanted but in the end it's all good. $1500 for the lift, did the install myself with a little help from a buddy. Wheels & tires were a little more than twice the price of the lift, so a little over $4.5K for the whole thing. Gotta take more & better pics but here's one...
  10. Finally have my lift done & tires installed. Fabtech 6” Gen II along with 35x12.50R20 Toyo Open Country AT IIIs on 20x10 -18 Fuel Rebel wheels.
  11. No resolution yet. After the last visit the dealership could not find what’s causing the issue this time. Luckily it’s no longer as frequent as it was in the past, however it still happens every few weeks. The service writer said they’ll need to bring in a GM field service engineer to look at it. Don’t know when that’s going to happen & was told it might be a while before the engineer is available
  12. Finally bit the bullet, made a decision and ordered my parts. Now have a Fabtech 6” Gen II Magneride lift, set of grey Fuel Rebel 20x10 -18 wheels wrapped with 35x12.50r20 Toyo Open Country AT III’s headed my way. Cost me a little more than what I originally planned to spend, but it'll be worth it in the end. I’m terribly impatient so the wait for the stuff to arrive is gonna kill me. Different truck but my '17 GMC Denali should look similar to this when done...
  13. Finally bit the bullet, made a decision and ordered my parts. Now have a Fabtech 6” Gen II Magneride lift, set of grey Fuel Rebel 20x10 -18 wheels wrapped with 35x12.50r20 Toyo Open Country AT III’s. I’m terribly impatient so the wait for the stuff to arrive is gonna kill me.
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