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Luke Millard

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  1. Thanks for the help! I got the window working. The wire that went to the passenger window was broken in the boot on the drivers side door which was what I expected. In case anyone else has the same issue the two wires that go to the passenger window are: The Yellow Wire The blue and white striped wire Thanks again!
  2. Thank you! Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  3. Bump. Still unsolved Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  4. My passenger window rolls up and down on the passenger side switch but only down on the driver. Normally, I wouldn't be super concerned about this but my dog has learned to roll down my windows down. I know the first thing usually suggested is cleaning the connections on the switch I tried that on the driver and passenger. After that didn't work I went ahead and ordered a new driver switch still, no luck So my question now is should I order a passenger switch even given it rolls up and down on that side? Otherwise, I'm assuming I need to get multimeter and check if any of my wires are broken In the door jamb. If this is the case can somebody point me to witch wires could cause this? Thanks for the help! Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  5. So, I think this is a obvious question but I would like to be sure im not missing anything. I want to add a auxiliary battery to my 09 silverado but after looking into the system I would really prefer not to mess with both the cost and wiring of a traditional two battery system with a isolator. I was wondering though is it un reasonable to just throw a deep cycle battery and wire what I want to it (bed lights, 12v ports in bed, maby a few others) and then basically have it as its own electrical system with nothing connected to the first battery or grounded to body? I could then just use a charger to recharge it when it died? If anyone else has any other similar system or other ideas any help would be appreciated. I've also considered just hooking everything to a low voltage disconnect but I assume I would not get much use from just that. Thanks!
  6. Yeah I added that well worth it. I FOUND ALL of the stuff I needed on eBay for $50 the tire pressure was the main thing I wanted
  7. Hi! I recentally got a 2009 Silverado WT and I was supposed how easy it was to add the Dic and I was wondering if any of you have done some other upgrades where all of the wiring and everything is there. Thanks!
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