I have a 19’ Denali with the adaptive ride control. I would like lift or level the truck but am finding that I’m options of kits are pretty limited due to the adaptive ride control. Anyone know if it’s possible to delete it or what some decent kits are?
Would this make it so I can turn of my DRL and headlights with the knob? I think I’m reading yes but want to make sure.
Just bought a 2019 Sierra Denali last night. Didn’t notice and indicator of it going into AFM mode like it did on my 14 Silverado. Does the 6.2 have AFM? if it does, does anyone know if the range AFM disabler I had in my 14 Silverado 5.3 work in my 19 Denali 6.2?
I have a 2014 Ltz z71 1500 with a 5.3 and 6 speed. I have had it for about a year and a half and have started reading about a lot of problem spots, one being the transmission. So I plan on doing the “thermostat flip”. Even though I live in Minnesota, I think it’ll be ok during them cold winter drives. another add on I have read about and dug into a bit, is the catch can. It makes complete sense to me how this add on would help. Question I have about it though, once installed, should something be ran through the intake to clean the valves of what has built up? its little changes like these two that I am all for doing to help the truck run better and stay in good running shape for as long as possible. These are also the only 2 things I have heard about doing. Are there anymore? I’m not opposed to sticking money into the truck to do helpful mods either.
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