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2003 Chevy Silverado

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  1. Cold air intake is supposed to help with both those things. I did a lot of research before I bought mine cause I wanted to the same thing. I looked at many brands and they even did a dyno test to see which brand was best and it seemed all were about the same so I saved money and went with a Spectre cold air intake. Cost about $150, I think. Maybe think about getting a better exhaust system. Not sure how much you want to spend. Throttle body spacer is supposed to help with that as well but I wasn't ever convinced it would change anything so I didn't try it. Good luck.
  2. I had a 2004 Silverado and I had the same problem. Ended up having both heads cracked. Coolant would be allowed in and it was come out from the exhaust which gave me my answer where the coolant disappeared to. Luckily my brother is a diesel mechanic so he did the repairs for me but it was costly. I hope it works out. Good luck.
  3. I had a 1996 Chevy Silverado with a 6" suspension and 3" body and a 2000 Chevy Tahoe with a 6" suspension and 3" body lift. I'm far from an expert but my ride wasn't all that bad. Just depends on what tires you get and if you're looking for a smooth ride then stay away from a body lift. Obviously, bigger tires means more air so more sound. With good quality shocks and no body lift then you should be happy with the quality of the ride. Once again, I'm not an expert. Just my experience. Good luck!
  4. I have a 2003 Silverado that I recently bought. The previous owner put the incorrect seats in the truck. The connections don't match up. So, I found a deal and got a set from a 2004 Silverado. I installed them and found out I still had a connection, from the truck, that didn't have anywhere to connect to in the passenger seat. All the passenger seat had was a big block with around 10 wires going to it. But the truck has another connection with 2 wires going to it. The seat doesn't have any other connections going to it. So I have the Service airbag light on. The error code is B0098. I have searched and searched and even went to the nearby Chevy dealership for answers. No luck! I mainly just want to know what the 2 wire connection goes to and what replacement seats my truck is supposed to have. Any way to swap harnesses or any other options that someone has found to fix this problem? I'm tired of putting so much money into these seats and I need the airbags to work. I've tried replacing both impact sensors, airbag disable switch, followed every wire to make sure they are all in order. The obvious problem is the 2 wire connection that has no where to go to. Maybe the seats I bought from the 2004 Silverado had that feature already built into the seat?
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