DofD replied to 01SierraSLT's topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMIt should be possible, but you'll need to do some creative trimming to the current mounting locations to get them to fit. You may also need to be careful of depth.
Yep, kinda fell off the planet due to a big project deciding to start out of the blue right when I was implementing a new version control server and system, and one of my other clients decided they needed a bunch of stuff done for their system. When it rains, it pours. Also the whole family has been battling a flu for the past couple weeks to top it off. Not to mention that I'm also working on the plans and designs for some big home renovations too. Anyone growing snouts? Nope. No snouts or curly tails appearing here!
Yep, kinda fell off the planet due to a big project deciding to start out of the blue right when I was implementing a new version control server and system, and one of my other clients decided they needed a bunch of stuff done for their system. When it rains, it pours. Also the whole family has been battling a flu for the past couple weeks to top it off. Not to mention that I'm also working on the plans and designs for some big home renovations too.
What a suckpoo situation there Nathan. All that work and still have pay the dealer $$$. Now if the dealer had told you to begin with that the TCCM was bad rather than the encoder motor. Or maybe they both were bad at the beginning and they only looked as far as the encoder motor. Yep a messy situation. Hopefully once this is done all will be good for a while.
Green tea lemonade. Definitely not strong enough right now... You'll do just fine there Dan. You're a bright guy. As for the English exam, you'll get what you'll get. Nothing you can do about that now. But I think you'll do okay on it. I was never a fan of the English courses either. But must be nice to be off till Jan 20th come Friday!
No ideal if it can be made to work. But it doesn't sound like an easy thing. It kind of depends on how the cooling is implemented. That is if it is stand alone in the seat or requires ducting from the main HVAC system.
DofD replied to NoLuck7's topic in Audio, Electronics, OnStar, MyLink, Intellilink & SiriusXMGreat pictures there Jason of your install! Good work.
Okay, after doing a little more research on rail dust, there is a TSB out there to be found. The recommended treatment for rail dust damage is a chemical treatment to dissolve the oxidized iron particles (the rail dust), then neutralize the acid, then a regular wash, and a polish. Depending on the severity of damage, a clay bar treatment can help with rail dust. I would say that if the rail dust damage was severe enough to cause the clear coat to peel the dealer should be doing some repainting.
Now that is one great big truck load of BS that service manager is giving you. Peeling clear coat caused by dirt during transport?! Talk about lame excuses. I wouldn't go back to that dealer, but would go to a different dealer and have them look at it. When my new Tahoe arrives (eventually one day) I'm going to be going over it with a fine tooth comb.
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