Thanks for the info. I'll get out there and look at some others to test-drive. Knew the deal seemed too go to be true. It was a 2016 Yukon slt with less than 8000 for under 47k. Unfortunately the others I have seen with 12k to 20k miles similarly equipt have been 50k+ so my something must be wrong alarm went off but figured I would check it out.
yea I have passed on that particular vehicle. Just not sure if I should continue looking at them or potentially move to another brand or just hang on to what my wife currently drives until a redesign occurs.
Alright guy I need your help. My wife and I are looking to get a Yukon or Tahoe but are concerned with this buffeting/booming noise. I have read through many of the pages and while there are many solutions that may help lessen the noise it seems like there is no full know cause of fix for this issue. Here is my dilemma, we found a Yukon that is a outstanding deal that we don't want to pass up but upon test driving it, the vehicle has this issue. I assume that's why the previous owner traded it in with so few miles on it, under 10k. Is this an issue with all of the yukons/tahoes or is it like the sierra/Silverado shake that some have and some don't? Also are there other variables that we know of that lessen the issue such as roof rack cross members, sun roof vs no sunroof. Any updates on those that have had a full resolution or know if this is an issue with most/all would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Sorry bud. By the time i saw it and got outside to try to get some pics it was lost in traffic. I caught a glimps of a camod up truck and by the time i got out front and my phone out it was driving away. If anyone lives in vegas gm seems to like to use maryland parkway as a road to drive when testing new vehicles in the summer. I have seen may of them. At times they stop at the mcdonald on tropicana and maryland. Too bad i dont work in that area much anymore
I got mine from autoanything. No issues with the product. I found it cheaper on another site and called and spoke to someone they not only beat the price but gave me a better deal on the floor mats I was looking to purchase as well. Outstanding service from them. Got my cover for like 675ish if I remember correctly
mjdxtreme replied to Bhiland122's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsI got mine off ebay
If you are talking about in the third picture there is a rubber grommet for the cab there and then just a zip tie holding the wire look on there. Nothing really holding it to the cab except for what looks like double sided tape on the led strips. Find solid led strips like mine and you won't have to worry about wiring them together. There is a post on the page prior with an eBay link for the solid led strips that are like 5 or 6 ft long
There is so a plastic grommet on the passanger side that you can drill a hole in to run the wires into the cab and under the carpet behind the dash to the drivers side. I used silicone to seal the hole up on the passenger side. I ran the drivers side through the parking brake rubber grommet. Poked a hole and ran the wire. It was a pretty tight fit so did not need to use silicone on the drivers side. Tapped into the dome lighting. Works great.
mjdxtreme replied to stephenson's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra 150010-12k off msrp is usually what I consider a good deal. Sometimes you can get a little more off if it has been sitting for a while or prior model year.
Guys I have 2 bottles of seat cover cleaner and 2 bottles of conditioner that i want to get rid of. I have sold the truck that these seat covers were in so I no longer need these. They run about $8 bucks for each pm me if anyone wants them.
My exterior lighting is turned off since I have hids with ballasts. I did not want to burn the ballasts up prematurely. This is one of the main reasons I decided to install the running board lights.
My brother and I installed a set on his truck and they were a big pain. We installed them while the bumper was still on his truck. There are some bolts that are very difficult to get to with the bumper on. My brother ended up just ripping the bolt hole on the stock ones and cut slits in the new ones to slide them in around one of the bolts we could not get out. I would say it would be best to remove the bumper. His have been on for a little over a year now and no issues.
Link is listed above for what I bought. As far as running the wires into the cab on the drivers side there is a large rubber grommet the parking brake runs through. Poked a little hole in that and ran it through. On the passanger side there is a plastic plug that I drilled a small hole in to run the wires into the cab on that side used some silicone to fill any remain gap in the hole to make it water tight. Then fished the wire usong a coat hanger from the passanger side under the carpet and behind the center console. Then used wire t taps to connect.http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/301947246753?lpid=82&chn=ps&ul_ref=http%253A%252F%252Frover.ebay.com%252Frover%252F1%252F711-117182-37290-0%252F2%253Fmtid%253D1588%2526kwid%253D1%2526crlp%253D183016357862_324272%2526itemid%253D301947246753%2526targetid%253D286717545765%2526rpc%253D0.15%2526rpc_upld_id%253D111409%2526device%253Dm%2526mpre%253Dhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.ebay.com%25252Fulk%25252Fitm%25252Flike%25252F301947246753%25253Flpid%25253D82%252526chn%25253Dps%2526adtype%253Dpla%2526googleloc%253D9030785%2526poi%253D%2526campaignid%253D764892186%2526adgroupid%253D39783961149%2526rlsatarget%253Daud-263678737656%253Apla-286717545765%2526gclid%253DCMDah6Pq8NICFQ92fgodNmcEVw%2526srcrot%253D711-117182-37290-0%2526rvr_id%253D1189100428547&ul_noapp=true
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