Sierra Dan replied to aekdbhill's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingAny updates gentleman?
Something to consider in the 4x2 vs 4x4 category, especially when launching a boat is traction at that location. This is where a 4x4 would come in handy. If the slope is steep and or wet. You can get by with a 4x2 if the launch is dry and has plenty of traction. Having a 4x4 on wet and smoother services is just added insurance. Then again if you back down too far with a 4x4 prepare for a full truck wash!
When my 14 sierra 5.3 is warm and I shut the engine off, then restart some time later, I get a quick light Squeaking or Squealing sound on restart. It does not occur when the engine is cool. Noticeable enough that people at the gas station or grocery store look my way. Kind of embarrassing really. Anyone else had or have this problem sound? Starter? That would be an easy fix. Any TSB's for this?
Sierra Dan replied to Zane's topic in 2019 Silverado & Sierra 1500Trail Boss and AT4 still seem to have a Rake
Personally, I like both of the new designs. I am sure they will grow on us, as the K2 designs have. The Grilles/Front end of Both Sierra and Silverado look like they mean business. Very bold and aggressive looking. Especially the Silverado. The Small thin Led Headlights are mean looking.
I work 2 miles down the road from a Ram/Jeep dealer. They have 4 2019 RAM trucks on the lot and they have all been there for over 3 weeks now. Not a single one sold. Pricing? perhaps...... all of them are $58,000 and up. There is a price to be paid for this A+ interior. Or could it be that gas is going up and the old days of truck and Suv sales dipping is right around the corner. Gas here in the KC area is an average 2.84 per gallon. Two weeks ago it was averaging about 2.29 a gallon. 2019 truck sales are going to suffer.
Sierra Dan replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomDefinitely many more TSB's than recalls. I truly think many of the TSB's should be recalls due to expense of repairs. At least we can cruise down the road looking good in our Troubled Sierra's !!!!!
Neighbor just traded his 2016 Ford Raptor SVT 3.5 Turbo truck for a 2018 6.2 Denali. Turbos were acting up and misfire issue with engine. Apparently he was told by Ford Dealer that this was a common issue at higher mileage ( 58,000 ) Est. $4300 to replace/repair This is why I questioned Turbo reliability above. Cheap way to produce power, but at what cost for repairs down the road?
Sierra Dan replied to Ed S's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra TroubleshootingI guess they could have replied with " No " The only experience I have had was my 2006 Chevy Avalanche. I was 4,000 miles out of powertrain warranty and did not opt for an extended when I purchased. Transmission failed at 40,000 miles. GM replaced it at zero cost to me under their " Good Will " policy at the time. I am not sure if that still exists today, but it was blessing for me at the time.
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