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g2full

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  1. Unfortunate. But hopefully everyone is okay. I just got rear ended in my 15 on Monday on the way to work. Thankfully, my bumper took all of the impact. The Fusion that hit me looks much like the Malibu that hit you however.
  2. Was going to say this. You beat me to it.
  3. A jump box isn't going to take the place of a properly functioning and charged battery.
  4. The first code you listed specifically talks about difference in voltage entering the ECM between the two main sources.
  5. First.... Welcome! Lots of good info on this site for you. Not even sure I'm on the right track here... But in what condition is your battery? I know depending where you live seasons are changing and all of those codes seem to point to voltage/power issues ( from the searching I did quickly ). I've been told and seen many forums on here about how wacky these trucks get when the battery gets low.
  6. Contact the team at BBP and drop the coin for a full tune. Best way to go.
  7. You'd be surprised at the amount of tape that holds moldings and various other items to a vehicle now days. Not necessarily this because these other guys have said there's a clip... but still...
  8. Well, it could do this. I never have let the low fuel light come on in this truck yet. Takes too much to fill up at that point lol. But, it still doesn't act as a gauge for the fuel.
  9. On mine if you turn the knob to the "AUTO" position it will disable auto light control and in turn shut off the DRL. After that, I believe if you turn the switch the parking light position it will just light the parking lights. I could be wrong though. It's been a while since I've played with it.
  10. Alright, I still haven't had a minute to go on an extended drive with how my schedule has been. However, I can tell you this was probably the best thing I've done to my truck. I never noticed how much I would feel the truck going in and out of 4 cylinder mode. The power output from the truck now is awesome. From a dead stop or even a steady roll I can break the tires loose with no issues what so ever... without disabling the traction control. There is no more hunting for gears, no more harsh downshifts that make me feel as if the drive line is going to fall out. The amount of throttle pressure needed to get the truck moving now is minimal. I'd be curious to see what the percentage is when I hook it up to a scanner. My foot has been in it pretty heavy, and getting in the colder weather I can't speak to the fuel mileage at the moment. But tomorrow I have a 2 hour drive and I'll compare to what that same drive normally uses in fuel. If anyone is debating on getting this done... just do it. You won't regret it. Much thanks to Justin and team.
  11. Seems to be a common GM thing. My '04 did it and so did my '15 until black bear tuned it. I vote get it tuned.
  12. Mine hangs up every once in a while like you're describing - extra play in it but the handle won't open it. I find a good whack to the top of it gets things back in order and then it opens normally.
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