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tek6029

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About tek6029

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  • Name
    Craig
  • Location
    NY
  • Drives
    2014 Sierra DC Base
  1. OEM keyless

    I believe the Silverado W/T is the same as the Sierra Base? I'll check out those threads and see if I missed anything, I thought when I looked previously everything I found was on the 2013 and older trucks or 2500 series. Thanks!
  2. Hey guys, I've tried searching and I couldn't find a clear answer... everything I found was for the last ten trucks I think I just picked up a 2014 Sierra DC base with electric locks but no keyless. I read that if it's got certain RPO codes I can buy key fobs and have a dealer flash them to add keyless entry to me truck. I called my local GMC dealer, where they transferred me to the parts department, took my VIN and said since there wasn't a kit or part that was compatible with that VIN then I couldn't add it. Not sure they understood my question. Any more insight? Or am I going to have to go aftermarket? Thanks!
  3. Crew cab vs double cab

    I just picked up a Double Cab Sierra last month, and I have 3 year old twin boys in front facing seats. I'm 6'1" average build. I think I'm in the sweet spot for a DC...it wouldn't have worked 2 years ago, but it works now, and I think it should work for us the next 5-6 years. Cost was the deciding factor for me. My Jeep was on it's way out, we just bought a house, and this truck was in great shape. I could have spent the same and bought an older crew with more miles. I know my family will outgrow a DC V6 down the road, but I'll be due for a new truck by then anyway. At the end of the day, you gotta buy the truck that works for you and your budget.
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