On the 2007 to 2010 Silverado's and Sierra's I have run into a lot of battery cable problems. The best way to check it is to do a loaded voltage drop test on the wires. I would do a voltage drop test on the wire from the battery to the starter first and go from there.
That's normal fit. Now. Goto the very back of the torsion bar and push it up and down. See if there is any play there. A lot of time you have problems with the torsion bar link bushings. That's where a lot of noise comes from when they are shot. Goto where you see these mounts and lift and pull down on them If there is play replace them. They have knock out pins so you will need to buy nuts and bolts too. https://amzn.to/2H8Qb10
Sure. With some fabrication. I just got off the phone with a Fox dealer. (Carolina custom trucks - 843-664-2414) And he said they don't make them for the avalanche 1500's He said the only thing they show are the sky jacker for the avalanche. Here they are. https://amzn.to/2qEq2go
You can't just add the switch. Wouldn't that be nice though? Here is what I would recommend. It's a Rostra cruise control switch. Looks OEM. WORKS PERFECTLY! These are the ones we install at our dealership. Painless installation. https://amzn.to/2H7VpWN
carnau replied to Jim Stroop's topic in 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra 1500The reason it doesn't work is a programming issue / circuitry inside of the cluster. The best fix for this would be to purchase a 2500 cluster.
Gotta trace the wire if it keeps blowing the fuse. Disconnect the wire for the distribution block and see if it keeps blowing. That will tell you what part of the harness it is in. Also make sure the distribution block is not corroded.
carnau replied to forgetaboudit's topic in 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra 1500What about attaching them to a little heat sink?
Eh... That's kinda a tricky question. Yes and no. In theory if there were no weight then yes... But if the truck is leaning then it is going to add extra weight to that wheel area (shock spring ect) and is going to cause it to be lower. In theory... Yes unless your ride height is off.
The wires normally break inside the handle near the button. Here is how you test it. Disconnect the orange wire and using a voltage meter goto the Ohms setting and touch (don't cramp them into) the terminals on the switch side. Toggle the + and Minus button and you should see the resistance value change higher then lower. If it does not, you have a bad shifter switch.
Steering wheel control interface for radios from 2016 and older from Alpine, JVC, Clarion, Kenwood, Pioneer, Sony Valor, OEM, Boyo, Dual, Visteon, Advent, and Blaupunkt Radios. Controls functions such as volume, mode and track. Radios must be equipped with a wired remote control input.
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