grrr027 started following What Have You Done With Your T1 Today ?????, FS: 2020 Sierra 1500 Denali Wheels & Tires - 22x9 - $1800, Charge air cooler leaking - new 2020 Denali and and 4 others
For sale - like new 22x9 wheels and tires off a 2020 Sierra 1500 Denali. Wheels are in perfect condition and tires have only 1300 miles on them. One tire does have a plug in it (just my luck to get a flat @ 600 miles), and they do not have TMPS sensors as I pulled them for use in my new setup. Stock Alenza tires. - $1800 picked up/meet within reasonable distance of the Seattle area, or I will ship at buyer's expense. Thanks!
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So I took my rig with only 1400 miles into the dealer today for a CEL. Code was for the battery controls module connection. Turns out my charge air cooler is leaking and dripping into the control module plug, causing the CEL. Anyone else had this issue before? They are ordering the parts and I go in next week for the fix. However I leave tomorrow to tow a 7000 lb trailer 300 miles away, and back. Should I be concerned about driving it? They said it will be fine, but would like to make sure. Also - is the “charge air cooler” the same as an inter cooler? thanks!
For me personally, I love it and would recommend it. I like my steering wheel a bit lower and it blocks my gauge cluster, so the HUD has been a godsend. I also like the lane assist, blind spot alert, and camera views. Well worth the extra cash if you plan to keep the rig for a while. That $5500 should Be cut down by 15% or so when you negotiate the deal as well.
I pulled my front bracket and although illegal in WA, I’m taking my chances. There are only two holes which don’t bother me too much, personally. That said there are all kinds of sites out there that sell the OEM lower valance/skid plate. You could replace it if you really want the cleanest look. https://www.google.com/shopping/product/1?q=sierra+at4+lower+valance&client=safari&hl=en-us&biw=414&bih=719&tbs=vw:l,ss:44&prmd=sinv&prds=num:1,of:1,epd:7138793249985547595,prmr:1,pid:7138793249985547595,cs:1
I had Duratracs on my F150 before picking up my Sierra. The mileage was horrible, as was the ride quality. I lost about 3-4 mpg with them and they womped like hell on the freeway. Had KO2s on my Jeep and loved them. Decided on Ridge Grapplers for the Sierra, getting them put on in a few days. Will see how they do. Best of luck!
I've had this issue a bit too and like some of the others... have noticed it will happen with only a slight decline in wherever I am parked. My driveway is sloped upward toward the house and I prefer to back in, which makes it a royal pain in the ass, actually. @megatron51 does this happen to you also when you're parked uphill? If so, there could definitely be something else at play.
Well, for anyone else doing this install themselves, easy solution... I had to remove the bottom nut from the sway bar link to allow the LCA to drop down. Just be sure to support the LCA as it drops to keep it from dropping too low and rapidly. Also be sure to free the half shaft from the hub so there is some play to prevent it from hyper-extending.
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