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Chevrolet1 last won the day on February 7 2021

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    Brandon
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    Spring, TX
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    2019 Silverado LTZ

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  1. Looks good, resembles carbon fiber based on your pic.
  2. I only clicked "post" once, but my post showed up twice, and I was unable to delete the second one.
  3. I have always pre-filled filters when possible, never had an issue. It may not be "required", but certainly will not hurt. Here is the logic: Each time you start your vehicle, there is a certain amount of oil in that filter. So, how can it hurt to put oil back in the filter when changing the oil? Just my $0.02.
  4. I have always pre-filled filters when possible, never had an issue. It may not be "required", but certainly will not hurt. Here is the logic: Each time you start your vehicle, there is a certain amount of oil in that filter. So, how can it hurt to put oil back in the filter when changing the oil? Just my $0.02.
  5. Planning to add a few small LED lights to the center console area of my 2019 LTZ and want them to be on only when my headights are on. Which wire in the center console area, and which fuse block number, do I tap for this?
  6. The recommendation to "see yur dealer" might be for liabiitly reaons. You would be amazed at what people so for these days. I adjusted mine (LEDs on an LTZ), it's very simple. This video may help...
  7. NIce, and thse look bright enough to be supplemental front driving lights!
  8. The overall diameter of the 17" spare should be the same as your stock 20" wheels and should fit from a diameter perspective. However, a 20" wheel and tire will be wider, so you need to see how much farther it hangs down when fully winched up. Maybe try removing the spare and one of your wheels and perform a test fit?
  9. My 2019 LTZ just started doing this intermittently. Rolls down fine. When I pull up then release the button on the driver's window for it to fully close, it stops at about 1/3 of the way up then reverses and goes all the way down. If I hold the button the entire time, it will close. I'll try cleaning it first.
  10. I was told by my dealer that you can buy an extended GM warranty as long as the vehicle is still within the factory warranty period.
  11. Here is my experience with my 2019 Silverado LTZ. Had the trans fluid flushed and reprogram done to address known shifting concerns, all covered under TSB / warranty. No other issues, love the truck and would buy one all over again.
  12. I'm not certain, but believe this is a safety related feature on all newer vehicles. If someone was to stop their vehicle without first putting it in park, and the doors were unlocked, they could start getting out of the car and run over themselves. Then, instead of that person taking personal accountability for their own stupidity, they would sue the car manufacturer, hence the car manufacturer has to make a change to protect stupid people from themselves. Go look at your lawnmower and you'll see at least one decal indicating that you should not put your hand near a moving blade. DUH! [/Rant Off].
  13. My truck is silver, so I painted the gold part of my steering wheel logo silver. Looks great, matches well with the chrome and silver interior accents, very happy with it.
  14. The ignition needs to be on (by depressing the start button without your foot on the brake pedal), but the engine does not need to be running. Here is pate 132 from the owner's manual (from my 2019).
  15. cOld29 is correct, it's showing you the drive direction of the vehicle.
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