I just sold my 2007 Sierra Denali and the next owner didn't want the autoCal that I got when I got a black Bear tune. I'm looking to sell the whole unit (never used) but because I've never used it, I don't know what all is stored inside. If my original tune IS stored, will it work on other similar GM trucks? Then the most important question, what would be a fair price to ask?
Without getting into the politics of the issue, I was wondering how much others are paying for there yearly license plate fees. Mine came due next month and I was quite shocked as to the amount. ($350 for a 12 year old pickup) I asked my son about his truck , which is a few years newer, and he said that his was OVER $800. Geez, what are the new trucks paying for there's? Oh, by the way, this is California's. The fees for my truck are: registration fee- $136, License fee- $46, Weight fee-$154, county/district fee- $11. The weight fee got me curious and I found out that ALL pick-up trucks are considered as "Commercial vehicles" unless you have modified the truck to be a camper type. (I.E. running water etc.) then you'd get a "non-commercial" plate. Oh, an by-the-way, I had too get a SMOG certification also! (another $65) This just another reason I'm getting ready to move to another state!
I agree with dsr611. It has a LOT to do with resale $$$. $6500 for a 2009 "work truck" vs $14000 for a fully loaded Silverado Z71. Most people don't get a build sheet. Now I'd have to question the mileage.
I did mine at 50000 miles. I've been a believer that all new mechanical items have a break-in period and will find the sweet spot by removing the "high spots". and those metal pieces go some where. Flushing the system removes the "break-in fluid" . I've had 5 vehicles and NEVER had any issues of any kind with over 250000 miles on all of them.
Just because it's old doesn't make it worth a lot. Being rare (like only a couple of thousand MFG'd or a special item on only a few) would make them more desirable.
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