Oddly enough, the older mine gets the better it shifts. Granted, I’ve changed all the fluids, and has new plugs and wires. With the way the computer ties in the opening and closing of the TB during shifts, and whatever other trickery it does, seems like having a good running vehicle helps.....
Only 2015? My 2014 will do it at certain times. What comes to mind first is shifting into reverse when backing a trailer and cranking the wheel. Only to realize I have to power steering. Then wait a second and it’s back.
What about upgrading to 2017 Sierra HD lights? They look the same, but are MUCH better. Buddy has one and I actually commented out loud “Wow, are these stock? They are so much brighter than mine”
Wow! Almost a year later and the truck still rides great. Love these shocks. Major construction around my area with “rough road” signs all over. Challenge accepted. Truck just walks thru it. They are cushy and smooth yet stiffen up for the big hits when needed. Only gripe is the rust up here in central New York
SteveCZ replied to Habnixzuverliern's topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraProbably the bad ground under the driver side A pillar. Search YouTube for it. Same thing you showed.
SteveCZ replied to jrodela06's topic in For Sale/WantedDamn. Too far from New York
This is what I did. Amazon actually. $130 each for the 5000x strut, and $50 each for the 5000x shock. So for $60 you could have had new new shocks. And yes they are an improvement over the stock ones. How long they last, we shall see. Did mine around 60k. Have 86k now. Still rides like they are new.
We need more information.... Has the Transmission fluid been changed (entirely)? Any other issues (Vibrations, etc)? Just as an aside, I had shifting "weirdness" on mine around 70k, and decided to have the fluid and filter changed. Shifted better than a new truck after that was done.
Yes, but this wasn't at a dealership, was a local shop, which I trust. I'd rather him be honest with me than throw parts at it. I'll play the wait and see game, as long as the air is still cold....
So just some additional input here. I recently had my radiator replaced under the TSB. It was out of warranty but they honored it. Shortly after (3 weeks? Month?) my air wasn’t cold anymore. I thought “Great, condensor or pipe”. Nope. If I have a leak the shop can’t find it. Holds vacuum etc. he dyed it and recharged it. See what happens.
Hmmm, possibly.... however, I'm noticing it is doing it on down shift, and also under hard acceleration (two gear kick down to pass someone). Only happens in the range of 2500-3000 rpm, and for about a second or so, then goes away....
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