I had actually tried wrapping my taillights a few months back. I could not get it to lay flat without any wrinkles around the sunken in area where the reverse lights are. Having no experience with dry fit vinyl, I didn't know if I was heating it too much or not enough. I made two failed attempts and threw in the towel. One day when I'm feeling brave, I'll make another attempt. ...Or I'll pay someone.
The Chevrolet support page on ventilated seats indicates that they either push or pull the air through. I understand you have a GMC, so maybe this doesn't apply. But maybe it's by design. https://www.chevrolet.com/dos-template-library/search-results/content-display.html?documentId=CSP12 "Ventilates the seats. These seats have a fan that pulls or pushes air through the seat — the air is not cooled"
Some systems pull air through the seats creating a wicking effect to make you feel cooler. Other systems blow air through the seats. It appears that these suck. (Pun intended)
Thank you! I do like the looks of it. I had already decided on the high gloss carbon fiber but wasn't sure if I should wrap the trim that surrounds the main part. The satin black is a good choice.
Any dealership can print it for you. You could also try emailing [email protected] with your name and VIN and they will reply with the build sheet. However, I've read some posts that say they quit doing that. (the email method, not the dealership)
No offense, I'm just curious... what is the difference? If you want silence, mute the radio or better yet turn the volume down to zero so it doesn't come back on when you start the vehicle. I remember when iPods came out... people were complaining that there was no stop button, only a pause button. On a digital device... it's the same. I know the music app on my phone does not have a stop button, it only toggles from play to pause. These infotainment systems are computers with a radio app built in (over simplified, but basically)
I agree with that... just had mine done a couple weeks ago. But the two posts above yours mention that they had to get towed, and it never starts on the second try... they might be dealing with something else. Either way, reprogramming the ECM should be step one.
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