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  1. Thanks for the information. And thanks for the idea to cover up the rub spots. I've seen them on Ebay, but some reviews were not very kind. I was worried about the lamp brightness at night.
  2. Please excuse me if this was posted earlier, but I could not find anything on this. I own a 2012 Sierra Denali Crew Cab with factory navigation. My issue is I can't find a way to eject a nav cd? Could it just have a hard drive? I cannot find a way people say the cd should eject.
  3. Sea Foam works great. They have this product called Sea Foam Spray that that uses a special straw and you inject it thru the throttle body. Watch a few clips on it. It is very important to run the engine at 2,000 rpm so the product does not touch the mass air flow sensor. https://seafoamsales.com/sea-foam-spray/
  4. So I removed the cluster and found out it had been worked on before. I took some advise from a local instrument repair shop in town and using a "fork", I adjusted the needle and problem solved.
  5. This was a common issue that I've dealt with on early to mid 90's chev trucks and astro vans. This may solve your issue, but more research would be needed. https://www.dormanproducts.com/p-10890-923-012.aspx?year=2000&make=Chevrolet&model=Silverado%201500&parttype=Tail%20Light%20Circuit%20Board&origin=YMM
  6. We sell SEM interior paint where I work. Not only being a parts store, we also are a full auto body paint supply store. I've seen our paint guys mix special colors and put it in a aerosol can.
  7. Posi 3:42. I average 12 mpg in the city and 17 mph on the highway.
  8. So, I have a 2012 GMC Sierra Denali with a 6.2L. The truck has 132,000 miles and is from Canada. My issue is that the speedometer needle is 5 MPH faster than it shows, as you can see from the digital option. And this speed was verified via my Garmin GPS. Every thing is factory: rims, tires, etc. Just looking to see what everyone's thoughts might be. I do access to an OTC Envolve if anyone thinks it can be changed with that.
  9. Power Stop pads and rotors are awesome! I've been selling them for over 15 years now. There drilled and slotted rotors will drop the brake temperature as much as 200 degrees. But, as I always tell my customers, the pad or shoe set is only as good as the installation! So many times I get customers who just want to 'slap' a set on without any further work. Not cool. Power Stop pads are known for "low dust and no noise", but only when a brake job is done correctly. For the customer who is just going to put pads on without turning or replacing the rotors and checking there calipers, I sell them our $16-$20 pad set.
  10. I agree with the resistors getting hot. Being a electronics geek in my younger years, I added heat sink compound to the back of the resistors to transfer the heat.
  11. So, I've had my 2012 GMC Sierra Denali Since October of 2017 had have driven it less than 1,000 miles. So I decided to add LED light bulbs to the rear tail lights and thought I would share the installation. I strive for a "clean" look and I think I did it with the way I mounted the resistors. What I found easier was instead of "grounding" the resistor to the ground lead in the harness, I just mounted directly to the body. Hope everyone enjoys the post! I hope to increase my knowledge from this forum.
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