I’m going through a similar situation with my 2017 Sierra Denali as well, except on the passenger side. I was about to make a new post, but since this is so current I thought I would add it here and save the “search button comments” . My passenger side running board is noticeably slower than the drivers side. The kick switch never worked ( I bought the truck used ) and it was something I can live without. Lately the passenger side running board extends and slowly retracts back before the door is closed. I searched the forums and found that a member removed the kick switch, removed
You do you buddy and I’ll do me. Given the option to spend thousands of my hard earned money or not when I don’t have to or shouldn’t have to, I’ll go with the latter every time. And you are right, I could do it myself but why would I? It’s covered! It’s supposed to be anyways. It’s worth a fight, I’m not one to just roll over and let some multi billion dollar company do whatever they want to me, but they’re are people that will and that’s why they continue to get away with it. That’s just my opinion, have a good day.
So I’m just expected to pay $1110.91 with tax just to get a transmission fluid exchange done that has been done for free under Powertrain countless times for trucks with similar issues and mileage?
I’m fairly new here and I apologize if this is a worn out subject but I have a few issues and questions, more pertaining on dealing with the dealership and warranty coverage. In February of this year I traded my 2014 Silverado LT 5.3 double cab for a 2017 GMC Sierra Denali 6.2. Black, ultimate Denali package, 22’s, longer bed, the works. I absolutely love it. I drive a lot for work but it only has around 57,000 kms. I have two issues though. One, yes the dreaded 8 speed clunk. It usually only does it when it’s cold, but sometimes it will on other occasions. It will someti
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Thank you. I’ll try the chalk trick this week. I bought extended warranty with this truck but I’d like to be able to narrow down the problem before I get it checked when and if I need to.
Here is a better video recording the sound on start up. This was taken first thing in the morning after the truck at all night. Once it warms up the sound goes away Any help would be appreciated.
This is my first post in this forum so please forgive me if I posted it in the wrong spot. Any help with this issue would be greatly appreciated. I purchased a used 2014 Silverado in January of this year. It has approx. 90 000 Kms( 55000 Miles), it’s a 5.3 LT 4x4. I absolutely love this truck, but have noticed a noise when starting lately. It usually happens when the truck has been sitting overnight, or at least a few hours. At first I thought it was a belt slipping slightly, but after a month has passed I believe the noise it’s getting worse. As soon as the engine
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