I did a bit but felt like it had some coolant moisture on it and does seem to bend up under the tank ..need to look closer as I would have thought it would have out let near cap but do not see it.
I just purchased a new 2021 Silverado 1500 LT and was looking under the hood at all the stuff that has changed since my 2006 1500 LS days. I see a hose that seems to have some coolant on it - maybe an over flow but could not find anything in the manual so hoping someone can help me understand what this is for. See picture
I just bought a 2021 1500 LT so this is very interesting to me too as I am going cap shopping. I do not ahve advanced trailering so do I need to be concerned on wiring still? Kinda nervous as it a big leap from my 2006 to 2021 and I hear all these wiring issues that can pop up. The above seems to be for a 2019 but what should I be asking to make sure they know what they are doing? Testing y trailer hookups before I get the cap this weekend so really want to make sure they wire it right once I get one.
Sounds like a great business opportunity for someone out there - Jump Seat swap mods! Is there concerns or things you need to watch out for regarding the wiring? I thought I read some folks ran into FOB antenna and maybe other connector issues? Does it require any re-coding or BCM updates etc? Sorry if that is a dumb question but kinda new at this. My trusty old 2006 I came from was much simpler - less tech options back then.
me too..and I am in Ontario as well..guess I will not waste time looking at the yards then...trying to find out if dealers can order it in or understand what all the parts are I need.. Not sure if there is a complete assembly you can order but do not think so.
is it possible to swap the jumper seat for a console on LT? Do you need to replace the seats too? Getting mixed opinion on that. I thought you could take out the jumper seat and add in a console.
I know this is an old thread but I was curious as looking at a f=good deal on a 2021 LT and want to swap out tow's but can you ad the ones with lane change warning? Not sure if that is feasable.
I think it will depend on the trim level and options added
I took a 6.2 1500 out for a test drive on weekend - I was impressed on the difference from the 5.3
Would be nice but so far up here in Canada I see ~20K more than what I have proiced out for a 1/2 ton so a bit pricey for me. I do like them but would need to fid right price tag.
A lot of great info in this forum. Benn doing lots of digesting as I am looking to upgrade my trusty old '06 Silverado 1500 Crew to a nice new shinny one. I even went as far as to look at the F150's but still like my Chev's better. So with 7k-8k trailer and Max trailer package on an LT/RTS that would give you ~1900 lbs payload, is that not enough? Do you really need a 2500? I like them but they seem a bit overkill for my needs. I do similar outings as you said with less than 12k a year. And what about 6.2 l vs 5.3? I have seen lots of debates on various forums on that. Again thanks to all the real life experiences you share on this forum...really good info!
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