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Capt Bob

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  • Birthday 02/17/1951

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    Tallahassee Fla.
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    2018 Silverado 1500 LT
  1. When you (or anyone else) states that the fan speed is on high when remote starting, does the position of the manual fan switch come into play? Also, I'm assuming that one knows it is blowing on the high setting because that is what is felt when you first open the door and enter the truck, correct? This doesn't appear to be the case with mine but we haven't had the large temperature swings that others are seeing. Tomorrow we'll see morning lows just above freezing so maybe I'll find the fan on high when I open the door. I'm set on the low auto position on the screen but my manual switch is not set on high (or at least rotated enough to set the highest speed manually) so maybe that is why mine is on low when I enter? Interesting. Hey it's my first programable AC.
  2. Just a bit outside. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=major+leage+movie+just+a+little+outside&view=detail&mid=E0F52FFB246AC5C68B60E0F52FFB246AC5C68B60&FORM=VIRE
  3. Standard or metric?

    Same here with my 03. Everything is metric.
  4. Daylight Savings Time

    My 2018 switched with no problem.
  5. Wow, That's a lot of stuff. Didn't get anything near that with my 2018. Fact is I needed to ask for a manual (nothing in the glove box). At least I got a VHS tape in my 2003 for the Allison transmission. Ah, the good ol' days.
  6. Annoying "new feature"

    Appears to have been "hiding" for some time now. https://www.kidsandcars.org/2018/03/02/general-motors-quietly-installs-keyless-engine-shutoff/
  7. Truck violently shakes

    No doubt a very real problem but numbers can be funny. If you compare the post counts of this thread to the number of total posts in this section (troubleshooting) of the Forum, it makes up almost 19% of the posts. Wow! Now compare the thread to the whole Forum (2014-2018) it falls to under 3%. And lastly when compared to the entire website it falls to less than 1%. This of course doesn't take into account multiple posts by the same members or posts not even remotely associated with the 1500 models. In my business we say "the solution, to pollution, is dilution". One might imagine GM thinks along these same lines. My understanding is the "shake" is not one of many complaints attributed to the 2019 models. Maybe not?
  8. Picked up my 2018 in early September. 1500 LT Crew Cab. Just did the calcs and out the door was right at 21% discount. Small Dealership in a small town in the Florida panhandle (Live Oak). I drove over from Tallahassee , about 90 miles west. Not really a large metro area in this part of Florida so I'm pleased with what I got.
  9. Picked up a 2018 a month ago and just joined. Coming off 15 years in a 2500HD Duramax. We had the "hop" in those trucks when unloaded and it rode like a genuine truck. That stated, I like the way my 18 rides and the "quietness" is welcomed. I'm not a huge fan on today's looks (still like my 03). Only have 1500 miles on the clock but no regrets yet. Time will time.

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