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RE1

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  1. Put 15k-20k miles on them and see. Mine got VERY slippery in the wet. Got dangerous and I got rid of them after 30k miles.
  2. I have a 2014 Denali. That interior is far nicer than the current trucks. Nice move GM!
  3. Gotta love GM (sarcasm). These pumps should be replaced with a recall. 97k and just waiting for the next major mechanical failure....
  4. Do tell please. Information is a good thing.
  5. I do have to say, though, that a solid, reliable powertrain in a truck is just about priority #1 for me. I like to keep my vehicles at least 5-6 years/150k and reliability after the warranty is very important to me. Powertrain failures are not only much more $$ to fix but typically put the truck out of commission. I can deal with glitchy electronics or broken seat haptic motors and all that other gimmicky stuff that’s fairly easy to fix, but I cannot have an unreliable powertrain.
  6. Thank you! Excellent info. I will look at them seriously.
  7. 2015+ F150? Yes, with the total numbers being produced, I’m sure there are many good trucks. It just seems like overall build QC is not good and there have been a lot of problems with oil burning and cam phasers.
  8. This answers the question about custom ECM/TCM tunes and getting the recall done on the EBCM.... Definitely would flash back to stock before taking it in but recall will not affect ability to reload custom tune since the ECM and TCM tunes are untouched during the recall. 06MonteSS is Lew https://forum.diablosport.com//viewtopic.php?f=62&t=79342&sid=8580a7cb1d9394c043e83b35d83e12f0
  9. Same exact problem here. Screen digitizer is going bad. I tried to buy the part online and replace it myself but it is on restriction from GM. I took it to dealer and they wanted like $600 to replace. I told them to stuff it.
  10. Oh, I know. The F150 is absolute junk right now.
  11. No need for that, man. There’s no denying that GM trucks have had more than their fair share of problems.
  12. As a current GM owner who is cross shopping all the brands for my next truck, I would like to ask a couple of questions..... Was your Denali a 5.3L or a 6.2L? Excluding the transmission performance, how does the Ram 5.7L feel and drive in comparison to the Denali? Thanks for any input.
  13. I thought I read somewhere that a custom diablew tune is tied to the original backup on the programer. If one flashes back to stock (original backup) and takes it to the dealer who then flashes a different version of the stock ECM or TCM tune, the programer will see this new, unrecognized stock tune and not allow the custom tune to upload to the truck. I don’t know if I’m explaining it correctly as I’m not very knowledgeable with this. I may have to email Lew about this.
  14. I see.... EBCM = electronic brake control module. So ECM (engine control module) and TCM (transmission control module) are left alone? Man, there are a lot of modules on these trucks! Thanks!
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