I found the steering column parts diagram, but it only appears that the shifting mechanism is sold as a single part. I went the jumper route this morning because it has gotten worse and I’m heading out of town for a week. Hasn’t happened a single time after I jumped the wires, which has been 5 trips around town today. Before I jumped the wires, I had the switch loose and it did it as soon as I hit the stop button. Bridge the wires with the blade of my pocket knife and it immediately stopped. Let us know if they do anything to fix it, or replace the switch. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
There is one 7mm (9/32) bolt under the center of the column cover, take that out. Reach under the dash where the cover goes through the lower panel, and pull the two apart to separate the top half from the bottom. With the truck running, lift up the top half and turn the wheel right and you will see another bolt. Remove it and repeat for the other side. You can see the switch from the left side of the column as pictured above. Reverse the process to put it all back together.
2019 that leaked. Had the TSB done last week, and took it through the car wash the next day... It has not leaked yet. It is supposed to rain all day tomorrow, so I will check it again.
Mine has started to act up more recently. 4 times yesterday alone. Since I am under warranty, I am going to point it out to the dealer and see if they can replace the micro switch. If they can, I will report back with a part number. If they can't, then I will jump mine as well. This shouldn't be happening at 24K miles.
I dropped my 2019 off at 8am, and just picked it up. I had asked if they would replace the rear window, and the service manager said of the 5 he has had come in, only one leaked after the repair. He said the first time they did one, they didn't let the sealant cure long enough on that one. They told me they water tested it afterwards, and it didn't leak. I will let it sit overnight tonight, and water test it tomorrow myself. Now I just need to readjust my Bakflip, since it seems a little off. Fingers crossed it doesn't leak. I have a golf trip in 3 weeks and don't need my buddies in the back seat complaining of wet backs/butts.
I have a 2019 Sierra SLT, and I just want to get rid of the feeling that my rear axle is hopping all over the place when I go over a bumpy patch in the road. I am not even worried about leveling the truck, just improving the ride and stability. From what I am reading, the 5100's seem to be the way to go. I had a Pathfinder at one point and put KYB AGX adjustable shocks/struts on all 4 corners. From the driver's seat it road just fine. Passengers in the read felt like their fillings were going to fall out on the middle setting. That is something I would like to avoid.
I have an issue with my driver side blade chattering and smearing right at the attachment point. I bought the truck used, and it was that way when I got it. Switched to the Bosch Envisions, but it is still there. Probably a tension issue, and I need to either reseat the arm, or bend it back a bit. Anyone else have this problem?
Insurance companies don’t like to deal in diminished value. To them, your vehicle was repaired so you are whole from a financial standpoint. Best bet would be to Google diminished value adjusters in your area, and give one of them a call. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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