Jump to content

Newton86

Member
  • Content Count

    8
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Newton86

  • Rank
    Enthusiast

Profile Information

  • Name
    Array
  • Location
    Array
  • Drives
    Array
  1. I don’t get codes and I have an appointment with the dealer but they didn’t believe me when I told them any of this. I had to take a video of it. I tried to upload here but it was too big lol
  2. So my 2014 Silverado is going crazy. It keeps telling me to service theft deterrent system, service tire monitor system, service stabilitrack, “PRNDM” flashes. Well along with these issues my transmission was going out so I had it replaced, everything was reprogrammed and updated. Transmission is great now but the other issues remain. Now I have a new issue to add. My truck randomly starts. The key is not in it. I have not pressed the key fob to start with remote start or anything it just starts right up. Anyone else experience this issue? Maybe the body control module?
  3. I have a 14 Silverado. Did my Transmission services at 30k intervals. Just replaced my tranny at 128k miles. Lost the torque converter (common issue with GM) and it was just a better idea to replace the whole damn thing then just the torque converter itself like one dealer told me to do. Got my transmission from bestbuytransmission.com had a reputable shop put it in and it runs better then when I bought it used lol now I have a 5 year 100k mike warranty with it.
  4. When I start up my truck parts of the PRNDM flash. Tach and Voltage meter twitch. Service Theft Deterrent system alert comes on. Has anyone had this issue? I am WAYYY out of warranty. Have 125,600 on the truck. Do my oil changes at 5k miles and my transmission services like normal. I have never replaced the battery so I am wondering if it could be low voltage or if I am looking at transmission issues. I have made sure the battery cables are tight. Next will be looking at the starter wires. Just not sure what else to look for. Please help. Thanks!
  5. Had a similar issue, a screw had come loose under the dash, up under the steering wheel area. I found, out some silicone on it and now don’t have the issue.
  6. Had the same problem with my truck. It was just the lock actuator. Replaced it and had no problems since then.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.