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steelerdude15

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  1. Have your battery checked to see what condition it’s in. If it’s on its way out, it could cause electrical issues. Also check grounds to make sure they are on tight and clean. A loose ground can also cause electrical issues.
  2. Have you had your calipers looked at? One of the pistons might be freezing.
  3. I’d first check your battery and make sure it’s in good shape. After that, check and make sure the grounds are clean and on tight. A bad battery or dirty/loose ground can cause electrical issues with these trucks.
  4. Our trucks have electric steering so we don’t have to deal with power steering fluid.
  5. It looks fine to me. You can also check the owners manual and it will show you how to read that particular dipstick.
  6. When I changed my plug wires, I had to work on #8 from underneath the truck. You can see it from there and it’s much easier to get to. Just want to help people in the future with that tidbit!
  7. Do you know if the plugs BMW and Ford are using are platinum or iridium? My mom's 2013 Cruze with the 1.4 calls for the iridium plugs to be changed every 60,000 miles IIRC. I think our trucks use platinum plugs, but I could be wrong.
  8. Is it the front or back seat? Edit: Never mind, I just saw the title.
  9. Do you know if you had the Mobil One transmission fluid put into your transmission? That has taken care of the hard shifting for some.
  10. I would check for wheels similar to yours on Facebook marketplace and Craigslist in your area to determine the price. Whatever people are selling them for on there, I’d sell yours for right around the same price.
  11. I would first try finding the fuse/relay for the turn signals and pull it. I would make sure that it is clean and the fuse block hole it plugs into is clean and free from dust. If that doesn’t work, the next thing I would do is try to unplug the lights from the wiring harness to make sure there isn’t any corrosion. If there is any, I’d clean it out.
  12. You can also pull the door panel off and check the electrical connection to make sure it’s on tight and that there isn’t any corrosion in the connection.
  13. Unless it’s different on the HDs, when GM vehicles are in the tire pressure sensor relearn mode, the turn signal showing which sensor to recalibrate will stay on steady. I’ve done this for several GM vehicles and they’ve all had steady lights.
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