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Hey guy’s, new to the forums and new to owning a Chevy. Do you guys have any recommendations for skid plates that can be purchased for an 04 Silverado 1500? I’d rather not make one if I don’t have to. I’d prefer it to be medium weight steel. Enough to take a hit but not this 3/8’ steel that weighed over 100lbs. im hoping to use the stock bumper without the plastic underneath (see pic of planned mods). I have a welder which I used to modify a Jeep XJ bumper and skid plate from a ‘11 4Runner to fit my ‘98 Explorer. That was a pain in the arse though so I’d prefer not to do it again. I’m open to small modifications but I don’t have a pipe bender. this is the only one I’ve found so far and I’ve spent quite a few hours looking. https://www.ebay.com/itm/324558835990?du=5&ul_noapp=true thanks I’m advance.
I have a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4wd with the 4L60-e 4 speed transmission. Currently I have no speedometer and despite the transmission shifting very well, it skips second gear consistently (no intermittent functioning). This is the ONLY gear that it has issues with (reverse and the rest of the gears are good). Here is the story... I bought this truck being told the transmission was shot. Initially it would not shift past 1st and also had a functioning reverse. I had the tranny swapped with an equivalent from a suburban. It improved slightly but still there is no speedometer or second gear. NO ENGINE CODES have come up throughout this entire time including prior to tranny being swapped (this includes no ABS lights). Here are the different problems I have found on the internet that I have tried to rule out: VSS- A mechanic with a good computer states that all 3 Vehicle Speed Sensors read correct speeds in real time on the road Ignition switch- Already changed Fuses/relays- All appear to be intact and functioning Dash cluster- broken connections fixed restoring all function besides speedometer Transmission treatment- Lucas treatment put in in case this could be a sticky solenoid to no avail Grounds- All appear to be in excellent condition and no frayed wires visible Low Voltage- New battery in place Help me out! What I can see as being my next options are either changing out the ECU or the wiring harness, neither of which I am desiring to do. Any recommendations from your experience that I may have missed in my internet reading?