Just had my second experience with the no start at 1800 miles on my 2021 Silverado 1500 3.0L Diesel. First start of the day, foot was nowhere near the gas pedal - I know because I'm not wearing shoes. Fired right up after the second try.
Agreed. Just wait it out, let them find the issue. I personally always check my foot and floormat to make sure they aren't touching the gas pedal. You'd think they'd push a time-out update so the starter would stop after 3 seconds of no ignition, instead of 20 seconds.
I realize this is an old post but I installed the 2.5" motofab on my 21 Silverado 4wd. When you take the strut off, put the lower end (the part with the tabs that the bolts go through) in a vice and rotate the strut until the angle matches. That way the holes will line up on the bottom when you reinstall.
You realize that this is an internet forum with customers that don't know books like that even exist, right? Any competent person, like everyone in the conversation except for you, understands that a the owners manual and the supplemental are both service manuals since they both have the steps for CUSTOMER MAINTENANCE in them. Now gtfo out of here, your input is not wanted or desired.
Again, it is the service manual for the 3.0L Duramax. Why are you arguing? Since you are clearly hear to troll me, the definition of a service manual: Factory service manuals are the manuals provided by manufacturers which cover the servicing, maintenance, and repair of their products. I have the Owners Manual, which does not state anywhere in it anything about the maintenance/repairs on my 3.0L Duramax. The supplemental, for the 3.0L Duramax which you linked the PDF to is the service manual. It contains the documents needed to service my engine and when it needs to be completed.
There is an Owners Manual and a Diesel Supplemental which is the service manual. Thanks everyone else for confirming my suspicion. I'll definitely never go back to that dealership.
I spoke to the customer service manager and they insisted that I had to purchase it, which I refused. She eventually gave in and said that "parts is ordering one and mailing it to me", but she still said that they don't come with one. I again argued the point of needing a freaking service manual and she didn't even care. This dealership also lost my 2nd key, and are currently mailing a replacement blank that I have to take to my local dealer to have cut/programmed. It's been 24 days since I purchased my brand new vehicle and I still don't have a service manual or spare key. Very up
Dealer states that I have to buy the supplemental manual for my engine. You're telling me that in order for me to know when to service my vehicle and document it, I have to buy a $60 book after I spent $55k on a pickup? Is this true? I have the owners manual for all of the gasoline versions, but not the diesel.
Just happened to me today at 600 miles on my 2021 Silverado 3.0 Duramax. Stopped at the bank, walked up to use the atm, hopped back into my pickup and it cranked for 5 seconds before I decided to hold down on the ignition button. Then tried again and it fired right up. *Edit - Holding down on the ignition button worked for me to make it stop.
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