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    2018 LT 5.3 Double Cab
  1. Wow. If I was in your situation I’d probably do the same. Grease it but I’d trade it in as soon as it made financial sense. The tick was annoying especially when towing and I couldn’t put up with it.
  2. Sorry to hear that. Maybe a call to Chevy corporate is necessary to help you and inform the dealers of the bulletin.
  3. I had duratracs on a Ford Ranger and they where great off road, on road, and in snow. I had them for 50k miles and I was impressed with the wear. They had another 10-20k miles left on them. What I did not like was they were heavy and changed the steering feel and driving dynamics of the truck. Gas mileage took a little bit of a hit too. I would purchase them again if I was looking for another all-terrain tire.
  4. Picked up the truck. The sound was confirmed. They reinstalled the steering column seal and ensured it was fully seated. The sound is now gone. We’ll see how long it’ll last.
  5. With the information from this thread, I went to the dealer and told them about the pip5570 and had the service performed in mid-December. Sound went away initially but now its back. Truck is going back in next week.

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