I do, helped get me an extra $3000 once when trading a vehicle. The dealer was adamant that our Volvo didn’t have a couple options, pulled out the window sticker, no more arguing. I am sure it was all part of the usual dealer BS but that ended it quickly.
On occasion mine fails to see my contacts, the phone is connected but when I try to make a call my contacts are not there, both by voice command and in favorites. When I make the call from phone it goes right to Bluetooth, but only the contacts phone number is displayed, not the contact. The other thing I get occasionally is it won’t recognize my voice commands to call a contact, but the favorites works fine. I would say 75% of the time it works fine, and it could just be learning or some outside noise is interfering.
With my single axle 22’ travel trailer which is 3000lbs dry, and I figure 1600lbs worth of gear and people I am averaging 11mpg. That’s mostly interstate at 70-75 mph, and pretty hilly, that’s based on two 200 mile round trips, with 70 miles of a bad head wind. So a little better than I expected, and I think with some more miles it might go up a hair.
It would be nice if they did like ford and Chrysler, just put it in the manual. Sure it’s a convoluted series of apply the parking brake, buckle/unbuckle the seat belt and something else, but they tell you how to do it. I sympathize, after you go to step out of the truck for 14th time and forget your seatbelt is on it sucks.
I totally agree for daily driving it’s great, just with trailer under load for an extended pull at 3k rpm it was a bit much for my taste. That said i am going to leave the resonators covered and give the flapper a shot in the fixed open position. I may start a fund to do a muffler/resonator delete, and straight pipe it.
Thanks, you are correct a little change, mostly on a cold start. What I did notice was when pulling our trailer and the RPMs got up around 3K plus it got a little obnoxious sounding to me. That’s just the resonators covered, the flapper doing its thing.
Our last camping trip of the year. Tows great. Did around 200 miles round trip mostly interstate at 70-75mph, averaged 11mpg, running at mostly 22-2500rpm, 3-3200rpm on the bigger hills. I am happy with the way this truck tows, and overall just happy with it.
On my 2018 Tacoma I replaced all of the speakers and ran them off of just the factory head unit, world of difference in all aspects of sound. It was not going win any awards for being super loud but for me in my daily driving it was great, had enough bass, the clarity was excellent and I rarely had to turn the volume a third of the way up. I am wondering would I have similar results with my non Bose 19 SLE, if I swapped out the factory garbage for mid-grade JBLs like I did in the Tacoma? Has anyone done this? Did it make a noticeable difference, I know that with no amp or sub it will still lack real bass but I am ok with that. thanks
I read in the manual not to change the incandescent bulbs out to LEDs. I did in my 14 Sierra and had no problems , has anyone had any issues or warning messages pop up? Thinking I am going to do reverse lights and rear running lights. thanks
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