All I can tell you is I decided to not take the auto stop eliminator off of my 2019 5.3 9 speed and no smoke or flashing lights. My truck became much smother and shifts smother. So if I unplug the range I think the auto stop eliminator will work as normal. Cant check that for you at the moment. Back surgery. Read the earlier post concerning personal experiences with the range and 6.2/10 speed
Question Why do I get a notice that OnStar Diagnostics Report didn't run? Answer The quick answer is - the OnStar report occurs once a month and it does not like ANYTHING (Progressive SnapShot, Range Module, DashHawk, DashBoss, etc.) plugged into the OBD2 port when it runs. HOWEVER, the latest firmware (8.6+) has a more "stealthy" mode and is invisible, so it DOES NOT affect the OnStar report for most vehicles most of the time. HOWEVER, there may be a case where the Onstar hits the vehicle when running or driving, and at those times it MAY give an error.
2019 RST with 7000 miles rides like it does not have any shocks on it. I have a 96 Silverado that rides 10 times better, It came with Bilsteins on it. The 2019 also badly needs Sway Bars on it. Again the 1996 Rides Flat here in the mountains compared to the 2019 that leans extremely bad in the curves
My first electric truck will be a TRAXXAS!
Thanks all I have a JLT Performance 3086D-B on its way from summit. My main concern was if say I had a catastrophic failure and had to be towed into a dealer ship for warranty work. Those people aren't always very intelligent. Once had a bendix gear stuck in the ring gear when i tried to crank a car (under warranty). Had it towed in and the service writer told me the engine was seized.
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