From what I can tell and all the research I have done. These new 2019's are not tuneable. So with that in mind. How does one adjust or should I say calibrate the speedometer to read correctly when going to a taller tire? Also, it seems that changing anything will be a thing of the past. No more cam swaps, turbos or the like if you can't tune for it. If anyone has any info on these trucks being able to get a tune I'm all ears.
Black02Silverado replied to Gorehamj's topic in The NewsroomSo basically, if you build an AT4 and add the 6.2 and exhaust and intake now is the price the same or less. Those are options you can build with now if I'm not mistaken. To me is seems like a marketing ploy. Higher price for just adding "Performance Package".
Yes, it is normal. The batteries go bad over time. I would say if you are on the original sensors then you are lucky they lasted 10yrs. Replace all four and you will be good for a long time. Most shops charge a minimal fee if you purchase the sensors from them. You can also purchase them on Ebay for a reasonable price, then find a shop that will install them for you.
I just checked and they said all that they could tell me was the TPW. No other info was available.
I ordered mine, CC standard bed on 10/30/18 and my TPW is 12/31/18. I keep checking and that date has not changed and they never said where it is going to be built.
Did you order a standard bed as well? If so it looks like the standard bed will be produced in Mexico and short bed in the states.
Did you accidentally hit the dome light off button? It is there by the main light switch. You can use that button to turn off the dome light. You press it in and it turns off the dome light. Dome off button, is is pushed in?
Page 176 of your owners manual. Chevrolet Silverado Owner Manual (GMNA-Localizing-U.S./Canada/Mexico- 1500-11698642) - 2019 - crc - 5/15/18 176 Lighting Keep this area of the windshield clear of debris to allow for best system performance. The high-beam headlamps remain on, under the automatic control, until one of the following situations occurs: . The system detects an approaching vehicle's headlamps. . The system detects a preceding vehicle's taillamps. . The outside light is bright enough that high-beam headlamps are not required. . The vehicle's speed drops below 20 km/h (12 mph). . The IntelliBeam system is disabled by the button on the turn signal lever. If this happens, press the button on the end of the turn signal lever when the exterior lamp control is in the AUTO or 2 position. The instrument cluster light will come on to indicate the IntelliBeam is reactivated
Black02Silverado replied to 08 GMC's topic in Gen III and IV Small Block & DrivetrainIt takes just over 2 qts. So if you purchase 3 qts you will be fine. If you have 4wd then 5 qts will cover both. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
Black02Silverado replied to 08 GMC's topic in Gen III and IV Small Block & DrivetrainThe filter is part of the fuel pump in the tank. No serviceable. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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