Everything posted by No Tyme
I have a question that I can't seem to find the answer to... My RV that I would be towing does NOT have ABS brakes, but the truck would have (most likely, as I am currently without a truck). The question is... would the integrated TBC have any advantage over say an aftermarket TBC if the truck I purchased did not have it installed from the factory?
Welcome back; I also am a returning member and was a supporting member at one time when I had my 14 Silverado. What I am seeing is a mess of pop up ads and before I re-enlist and become a supporting member again I need to know if these pop up ads will go away. Anyone who knows please answer. OR if someone can send a link to admin I would appreciate it.
I did a Black Bear tune to my 14 Crew cab... did it for the trans as I didn't like the shifts. I still have my S Cal but wsn't thinking of going that route... but not written in stone.
6 speed, but I am gonna pass on it. It was a great price, 40K on the clock for $25K
Thank you JimCost2014 for that info... confirms I need 3.42 gears
Don't think I can due to it still being under warranty but I was thinking about exploring the cost of a swap to a 3.42.
Looking at coming back to a 2 wheel drive crew 2018 Silverado, and need advice on what to look for. Dealer has one they originally sold, seller bought a new truck and it has the Preferred Equipment Group 1LT and All Start package, but concerned about the 3.08 axel ratio. I have a toy hauler that is 4600 lbs and once loaded could be 6 K. 1 Is the axel ratio going to be an issue? I was told it has the trailering package and was going to look at it this week, as nothing can really be done here in Michigan till the first of the month. 2. What else should I be looking at for issues? I had a 2014 crew 4X4 and sold it to go back to an Avalanche but I am concerned of traveling with the toy hauler being pulled by a 7 year old truck.
I cant say for sure but there are many post in different forums about the fan speed control issue. The speed control is like a rheostat and what you are experiencing may be the same issue that others have posted about. The fix would be to replace the fan control panel. Do some searching and you may find others with same issue I can only speak for me and I had to replace mine in an 05 Avalanche.
That is strange, but now-a-days nothing really surprises me. All the electronics in these cars and trucks, its no wonder. I leave a "Range" device plugged in a lot and that has never been an issue. I have a dash cam direct wired into the system also with no issues.
I would take a guess at thermostat. And on a side note that DexCool was advertised to last 100,000 miles but I will advise to flush it at least every 4 years. I have read a lot of that issue and DexCool is fine but needs to be changed regularly like the older Prestone.
I agree with your statement. I did luv my 2014 Silverado Crew 4X4 (built in Mexico) but luv my 2013 Avalanche (also built in Mexico) better. We have been a GM family for many years since the wife is employed there. We felt loyalty to the brand but this is a slap in the face to ALL Union members, USA and Canadian born. 2017 Equinox (built in Canada), 2017 Cruze (built in Ohio) and 96 Corvette (built in Kentucky) all plated and insured here in Michigan. Thank you GM for your loyalty to your dedicated workers... NOT!
Mary Barra was paid 22 Million last year from GM and in turn GM is putting 14,000 out of work this year. Maybe GM should rethink someone’s salary.
I would think that because they are plug and play there would not be an issue, especially if you unplug it before you go to the dealer. The ECM should not pick up on a plug and play devise.
Trouble is that when you put a bright light into the stock fog light housing it tends to blast out light and can blind oncoming drivers. I installed Morimotos in my 14 Silverado that I had. Costly but much more friendly to others.
My advise is make sure you look the bottom over good, since they are prone to longer a tougher winters than here in he states. As for the analog gauges they get switched out before they are sold here in the states. I know cause I was looking for an Avalanche and the dealer told be it was being prepped in Brighton for sale in the states. They swap out the gauges up there somewhere. Ended up buying one 10 miles from my house.
I understand what you are saying, but I believe it is not the fact that you are not seen but the fact that most of these people now-a-days are in to big of a darn hurry. There are a couple of trucks up my way that put the LED's in the fog lights and they just blast light out and are blinding. I spent the extra money for Morimotos just to be kind to others.
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