The main thing I noticed is the little bogg is gone if I am crusing 45-60 and start up a hill. I assum it was from DFM kicking off but it is going. I have the gm performance exhaust on my 6.2. I only hear the exhaust when I get down on it. The gm performance exhaust is pretty quite at crusing speeds.
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I pull a 20 foot aluma trailer which is 1100 lbs and a polaris rzr which is 1600 lbs and it made my ltz with a 6.2 sag pretty good which is why I did the air bags. Did it affect my driving with it sagging.... no, but I couldnt stand the sag.
I know it will do that through android auto when it is plugged in but this is just when the phone is connected through bluetooth. I am in and off out my truck and do not want to keep plugging it up and unplugging it.
I have a samsung s10plus phone and when it is hooked to my ltz via bluetooth and I get a text message I do not know they come in cause my phone makes no notification sound on my phone. I am guessing being hooked to the truck via bluetooth it is not letting the notification sound come through. Anyone know of a way to make my notification sound come through when I get a text? Thanks for any info.
I posted how I did and what pins to use in the bcm to work like normal interior lights it in this thread.. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/232748-installed-foot-well-floorboard-lights/?tab=comments#comment-2352704
I even called them before I worked it and they said it would. In the instructions they have one of the 4 brackets that has a thicker part on it that fits into a dip on the grill where it holds the light. On LTs or RSTs they only have one dip on the passanger side but the LTZ and high country has a dip on the drivers side also. So the brackts will not hold on that side. Rough Country sent me 2 passanger side light brakets to begin with so they over nighted me a drivers side. The light would not fit in the braket and you can tell it was cut wrong so they overnighted me another one but this time they sent a whole new kit so I had another braket like the one for the dip. But when you turn it around to work on the drivers side it would not work cause the thicker part would be on the wrong side. So I turned the bracket around and lined it up with the bolt hole and ground the other side down until I could turn the bracket at a 45 and made it hold. So I made it work.
Well I got it in over the weekend. I will start a new post on the whole process but they apparently did not test the kit on a LTZ or a High Country. The grills are different. It fit but the off bracket that the instructions say is for the pass side with the dip in it needed one more bracket like that cause the LTZ and the High Country grills have the same dip on the drivers side also. I will test it out some more at night but so far I am not impressed with the amount of light it puts out. I was hoping to get more light above the headlight stopping point but although it does have light it just not bright enough for me.
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