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  1. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/243222-identify-this-hose/
  2. Check/clean grounds, check/replace battery cables (both, not just the negative cable). Also, have battery tested...if it's the original battery, it's been on it's last leg for a couple of years now. The GMT900 trucks/SUVs do not like it when the battery starts going bad; all kind of electrical gremlins occur when the battery starts dying.
  3. OP didn't say which vehicle this was occurring on, but if it's the 06 in his profile, it won't have AFM
  4. Might want to try putting this post in the correct section of the board...this section is for comments/questions regarding the website itself, not for the trucks. In your situation, you would want to post in the 88-99 Chevy& GMC C/K GMT 400 Platform https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/forum/15-1988-1999-chevrolet-gmc-ck-gmt400-platform/
  5. Glad to see that I'm not the only one that thinks that
  6. Our '05 Tahoe is at about 308K miles...I've had to change thed water pump 2x but that's it as far as "major" repairs go (if you want to consider that a major repair)
  7. From the little book that is usually located in the glove box or console storage...
  8. https://www.lt1swap.com/afm_delete.htm Brendan at LT1Swap did mine. I think from the time I dropped it off at the post office until I got it back was 4 days. I emailed him some questions, even before I sent mine to him, and he answered every question I had
  9. Keep asking the same question and keep getting the same answers GO TO LOCAL AUTO PARTS STORE...NAPA, ADVANCE, AUTO ZONE, O'REILLY'S, ETC AND LOOK THROUHGH THEIR SELECTION OF BODY PANEL CLIPS (OR WHATEVER THEY'RE CALLED). YOU'LL LIKELY FIND SOMETHING THERE THAT WILL WORK OR CAN BE MODIFIED TO WORK (OR USE A ZIP TIE TO TIE IT UP OUT OF THE WAY) IT'S NOT A GM OEM PART, BUT IF ALL YOU'RE NEEDING IS A CLIP TO SECURE THE CABLE...LOOK THROUGH THESE; ONE OF THE IS BOUND TO WORK FOR YOU https://www.oreillyauto.com/search/2001/gmc/sierra-1500?q=routing+clip Or, better yet, why not just run to the local "pick a part" yard, crawl under a similar scrapped vehicle and get the part from it. Then you know you're getting the right part
  10. Don't know if there's any difference in the '16 and '17...if there's no difference, there's only 2 fittings https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/204117-grease-fittings/ https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/207818-grease-fittings/
  11. Probably wanting the HD forum... https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/forum/4-2000-2014-silverado-sierra-hd/
  12. Most of the online VIN decoders will show the trim package. Google VIN decoder and start plugging your VIN in and see what comes up
  13. Lots of $$$ and time
  14. If the holes through the frame are just through holes (not threaded) , any bolt/nut combination that fits the holes would work (if you live where salt is put on the roads in the winter, would probably be better to go with SS bolts/nuts)
  15. Vinyl wrap (Amazon sells precut vinyl for it) Paint (pull it off, sand and paint, rinse and repeat until you achieve the finish you like) Replace (Amazon sells the complete emblem, just pull yours off and install the new one) https://www.amazon.com/s?k=black+gmc+grille+emblem&ref=nb_sb_noss_1
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