Cheryle, My 2019 1500 manual says "If equipped, the safety lock is on the inside edge of the rear doors. To use the safety lock: ". So maybe your truck does not have it. It would be nuts not to have that available. But the 2020 manual for the 3500 says " The safety lock is on the inside edge of the rear doors. To use the safety lock:1. Move the lever down to thelock position.2. Close the door.3. Do the same for the other rear door."
Had Ziebart do my 2019 High Country. They did 1/3 of the front hood, front bumper, front fender plastic ends, 1/3 of the body panel behind the wheels, and the mirror caps. They cut their own patterns from their library of manufacturers and their pieces fit edge to edge instead of folding over the edges. [Pros and Cons for each I guess]. They always do a good job and this is the 4th vehicle done by them. About 1000.00. Also had their Ceramic coating applied to the entire vehicle.
20 oz loss every 500 miles is way to much. My 6.2 does not lose any noticeable amounts. Once they complete the test, the engine will probably be changed. Depending on the dealer, you really will not know the difference. Take a good look at the vehicle with the service writer before they change the engine to make sure any damage is repaired under warranty or free. If they decide to change the engine, keep all the paperwork and get familiar with your state's lemon laws to ensure you know how to proceed if the vehicle stays at the dealership for a extended amount of time.
I believe the codes will stay as long as 1. The Battery is not disconnected. 2. Some conditions will cause the codes to clear if the conditions fix themselves. [rarely happens] 3. Dealership or someone does not clear the codes thru an OBDII Tool. 4. Tech reprograms a module that might clear the module codes. Codes will stay there unless cleared. Best way to get the codes is get a OBDII tool to read the codes.
For pure enjoyment 10 speed and 6.2. For practical purposes and some enjoyment 10 speed and 5.3. For real practical purposes, 2.7 Turbo with 8 speed [do not know if the 10 speed is available]. Stay away from the 8 speed.
There is a procedure to relearn the front camera. Basically they connect the MDI 2 interface to the OBD2 connector and then their GDIS PC to the MDI 2 connector. They reset the error code and drive the vehicle on a nicely marked road and speeds > 36mph and the camera calibrates.
U1345 could be Fuel and Air Metering, Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction, Engine Shutoff Solenoid Malfunction or Shift / Timing Solenoid Malfunction / 3-2 Shift Solenoid Circuit Electrical. U01B0 might be Lost Communication with Battery Monitor Module. I am with DaveSter, check the wiring and for any plugs that are loose.
Basically the Wheel Sensors in the rear will determine if the Transfer Case engages the front axle due to slippage detected on the rear wheel. So on dry surfaces, no slippage occurs on the rear wheels, therefore the transfer case will not engage the front axle. With a slippery surface, the rear wheels will slip causing the transfer case to engage the front axle.
Ranch, there are dealerships that will give discounts on the extended warranties. IE would be Ken Fichtner at Denny Menholt Chevy in Billings Montana [[email protected] 1 800 631 5590]. I have purchased 2 warranties from him in the past. There are other dealerships out there that will deal, just search the automotive forums.
Thats the way it is. The hitch view will come up. Now if you have the trailering package on a 2020 model, different story.
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