Last Friday night, drove my truck (2016 LTZ) and everything was working perfectly fine. Started it Saturday morning and I had the following issues: - ABS light on - Emergency Brake light on - Power Steering assist disabled - Cruise control disabled, and a few other things Took it into dealership, and vehicle threw over 30 codes. Turns out I had two broken wires in the main harness/loom that runs under the driver side of the body. The wires were replaced under warranty and everything is back to normal now. Technician thinks the wires may have been pinched when installed on the assembly line and they just now finally broke. Anyone else have a similar circumstance happen?
My problem reading oil is that the 0w-20 stuff is so thin that I often times have a hard time reading it on the dipstick. I usually have to hold the stick up against a white background (paper, towel, etc) to see where the oil is at on the stick. Especially with new fresh oil.
The Lorado runs about $475-$500, but I found this one off eBay from a dealer that had acquired a bunch of these that had damaged boxes, but the contents were just fine.....sold to me for $350. It is very taut and there are three or four rails that span across the bed that sit on top of the rails. I'll snap a pic of the inside later this afternoon. Edit: Here are some grainy pics of the inside of the Lorado install:
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