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Black02Silverado last won the day on September 5

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About Black02Silverado

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    Independent Amsoil Dealer
  • Birthday 12/23/1964

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    Faison North Carolina
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    Motor head at heart, working on anything with an internal combustion engine
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    2019 Silverado, 2014 Cruze Diesel

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  1. This is how they make money. Making you come in for service that you can't do yourself.
  2. I always check mine before I put it in. I put it in a pot of water and watch it as the water starts to boil. As for installed, keep an eye on your temp gauge and it should be the same as before you replaced the thermostat.
  3. How much have you been wiping off? From the time you took it off the lot until now? I wouldn't worry about it for now and just keep an eye on it.
  4. Same tag, but do you know for a fact what year, engine drive the one you found came out off? If the same then you are good to go.
  5. Yes, highly suggest changing out all the hoses and HVAC couplings. May as well do the belts as well while your in there if they have not been done. 15yrs on them even if the mileage is low isn't a good thing. Not expensive.
  6. AMSOIL Heavy-Duty Metal Protector is a great product to spray all over the underside of your truck to keep it looking good. It takes about 4 cans from what customers have told me to do a complete cover of the underside. Coverage may vary. Let me know if you are interested and I can get a quote on it delivered to your door.
  7. Just curious as to when you purchased your truck and how many miles on it. I would push the issue and at least have them change out the fluid.
  8. Get a quote from the dealer and then do a search in your area to see what shops would be able to help. Looks like you can get a rebuilt one online for $2,900.
  9. It might not make a difference but for the cost of fluid I would change it out and see what happens.
  10. Yes, 75w-90 is what you need and you will need 3qts. It will not take the whole three quarts. Fill it to the point that it is about a 1/4" below the fill port on the differential. No limited slip additive is needed. If you are interested in using AMSOIL and their new squeeze packs let me know. I can quote a cost delivered to your door for the three squeeze packs.
  11. That was a major loss in $$$$. Blueberries are expensive.
  12. This is why I put mine in Auto 4x4 when pulling out in traffic making a right hand turn. If i don't then I just light up the rear tires.
  13. That is also a great idea. It will wake it up some for sure.
  14. Newest PF63 filter is GM part# 12707246 Use the actual part number for the correct filter.
  15. I think you would be better off finding a 3.4.
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