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  1. Ok, so I want to replace my bcm because it's been messing with my electricals. The door chimes have been coming on randomly and i have dash lights and headlights on after key is off. I am pretty sure it's the bcm. Would it be ok if I were to swap a used one? I know it has to be flashed. What kind of things would I need to look for in a used one? Does the colored block on the part matter?
  2. I recently bought a Sierra 1500 Denali because I love this truck but I am now noticing parts are really hard to find, I want to replace or delete my quad steer but have no idea where to start or look. I haven't been able to find anything in hours. Any help?
  3. I have existing everything except fog/cargo switch, all I'm worried about is fog. Which set of wires do I wire to 3 prong toggle switch
  4. Hello guys & lady mechanics, I’m in the process of replacing my rear disc brakes, it has 4Wheel anti loc disc brakes. I have the rear rotors with the interior surface for the parking brake shoes. I have new rear backing plates and hardware. But I noticed a little bit of a runout in the axles, I’m assuming it’s normal bearing wear. It has 175,000 miles on it. Plus the brake lines rusted and caused a pedal to the floor issue for me, so I replaced every single brake line with all new stainless steel lines, and new brake hoses. It has new rotors and pads upfront. What I’m trying to find out, since it’s a 14 Bolt GM differential in the rear, what exactly do I have??? 1) Is it a 9 1/2 inch ring gear, 14 bolt rear end, or is it a 10 1/2 inch ring gear 14 bolt rear end? Where can I find this out. I need to order bearings and seals, and a pinion seal which is leaking. which is my next question, 2) how do I determine what size my pinion seal is before I order one? O’Reilly shows 8 options 3) Last question is, I’m assuming I’m going to have to pull the cover, remove the locking pin for the limited slip differential, and push the axle in, pull the retaining clip, and pull the entire axle out to get to the seals and bearings, correct? My plan is to put a new B&M aluminum differential cover and fresh fluid once this is all done… Lastly I wish I would’ve found this side or search prior to doing my brakes, I would’ve found out that GM was offering half off To replace all new brake lines for $500. It’s done now though. Happy holidays you’ll Dave
  5. I have a 2011 Sierra SLT 1500 Extended Cab, I have rear parking sensors and back up camera which displays in my rear view mirror. I was in an accident and a lot of my front end is being replaced, (bumper, grill, etc). Since I already have rear parking sensors I was curious to know how difficult and expensive it would be, if it’s even practical, to install parking sensors on the front as well. Any input would be great! Thanks!
  6. So I have a 2008 Silverado 1500 LT 5.3 Extended Cab Texas Edition. I've had the truck going on 8 years now, but the trim has started to get loose. I've replaced body clips but some of the plastic has begun to break. I've searched junk yards, and auto lots with no luck to replacement. I tried GMdirect for the trim but still unable to find interior trim for this truck. It shakes and rattles over bumps like crazy, back door trim fell off. I've used foam to help quiet the rattling but if the trim doesn't stay on, there's no point. Might be from the back doors rattling (cannot figure that out either). Does anyone have a website link other than GMdirect for where I can find the interior trim replacement? Thank you!
  7. Getting no power to the fuel pump but getting power to the fuel pump driver module but the thing is I was getting power to the big RED/WHITE and PINK. Little GREEN/WHITE barely red but when cranking gets brighter on the driver module a couple days ago but only to RED/WHITE wire now (5/10/20). A couple days after I checked the wires.The PINK and GREEN/WHITE wire goes to fuel pump the big RED/WHITE is main hot wire from ecm. I checked fuse for the fscm its good. Grounds is good (redid them). My only question is what causes them 2 wires not to get volts to the pump when the driver module is getting power?
  8. Howdy! New to the forum, not sure if I’m doing this right. Anyhow, I’d like to install true duals with an X pipe on my Silverado. It’s a 2002 1500 Extended cab with the 5.3L. Is there a bolt on exhaust system like the one I’m looking for, or would I need to have it custom built and fit at a shop? If I need to have it built, is there a good exhaust shop in Western Kentucky you could recommend? Thank you!
  9. Lately, my Silverado VortecMax has had a bunch of numerous issues. I recently charged the battery and it suddenly died again trying to turn the truck on. The engine rebuild was also a complete failure. When the Silverado reaches 25 MPH whilst driving it, the truck starts to vibrate. Smoke especially comes out of the engine despite that it's not overheating at all. However, the car on the outside and inside are in pretty good shape except it has a dent on the side.
  10. Off-Topic 2012 Chevy Silverado 1500 EXT Cab 4.3L WT By Crdel93, 8 hours ago in Off-Topic 1500× silverado× flywheel× 2012× chevrolet× chevy× 4.3l× extended cab× Reply to this topic Crdel93 0 Posted 8 hours ago I have 2012 Chevy Silverado Ext cab 1500 4.3L WT. I just drove it form California to Indiana which is approximately 2,200 miles the last 500 or so miles of my trip I started hearing a ticking noise. Which sounded familiar. I was towing a Mazda 3 on a dolly and had two atv's in the bed. Total weight was about 10,500 lbs. I get here to Indiana and take it to a Chevy Dealership and they want to drop the transmission. I double check my Forever Warranty before they start doing anything only to find out its voided because I didn't take it to the Chevy dealership I bought it from in Indiana but to a Chevy dealership in California since I'm active duty military and that's where I was stationed. So I said screw it I'll take it to a cheaper place since it won't be covered under warranty anyway. I take it to a guy explain what's going on and he says it sounds like my Fly wheel. I told him it's funny you say that because my truck has 72,000 miles and at about 35,000 miles my fly wheel cracked out in San Diego. Well this morning he called and confirmed that's what it is. Has anyone else had this issue? Is this going to be a reoccurring issue every 35,000 miles? Is there an underlying issue that is causing this? Thanks in advance!
  11. 1999 GMC Sierra 1/2 ton 4X4 240k miles I am hearing a loud single pop/clunk from the front end passenger side when I turn the steering wheel sharp LEFT ONLY in forward and reverse. I can replicate the noise nearly 100% of the time if the truck is on a moderate to steep incline. This only happens at slow speeds. I feel next to nothing through the steering column. I hear the most out the front passenger window and feel the pop/clunk through the floor of the cab. I have replaced the intermediate steering shaft with the updated GM part. Any direction would be really appreciated.
  12. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon32.jpg View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon31.jpg A new start Last offered in 2012, the Colorado and Canyon were honorable replacements for the old but respected S-10 and Sonoma. Developed by Isuzu and adapted by General Motors, the first Colorado and Canyon never represented the integrated product that the Chevrolet and GMC lineup deserved. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon35.jpg The 2015 models are the exact opposite. Developed entirely in-house, the company has been able to engineer two new pickups that mirror the features and packaging of their larger, full-size family members. Now buyers can choose full-size or mid-size without giving up features, options, or comfort. Like many automakers, GM is not linking the size of the vehicle to how comfortable and feature rich it can be. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon37.jpg That means that the new Colorado and Canyon can now be equipped with features you could not previously find in the last generation. The same Chevy MyLink or GMC Intellilink systems from the Silverado and Sierra are available, with the same large 8-inch screens and same optional navigation. Heated seats, hill-descent, Bose sound system, and a tow-haul mode have also migrated from the full-size models. The 2015 Colorado and Canyon can be purchased with one of two engines. Each has it’s purpose and strong suits. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon28.jpg 2.5L I4 - 200 horsepower and 191 lb-ft of torque The base engine, a four-cylinder, is on the roster for customers who need fuel economy over all else. Power is adequate but if you’re planning on any amount of towing or hauling, you’re going to be better off with the V6. With that said, fuel economy is excellent and a two-wheel-drive truck with the 2.5L is rated up to 27MPG on the highway. A four-cylinder, extended cab, two-wheel-drive base truck is offering a significant value to someone who wants a small, affordable, versatile and comfortable vehicle. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon43.jpg 3.6L V6 - 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque The optional 3.6L V6 is the same engine you’ll find in other GM models like the Camaro. It’s been recalibrated and specifically tuned for use in a truck. Low end torque is improved and the entire engine RPM range feels beefy and powerful. With the optional frame mounted hitch and a 3.6L V6, the Colorado/Canyon can tow up to 7,000lbs. Considering most full-size truck owners tow on average under 5,000lbs, a 305-horsepower mid-size will accomplish a lot more than you might think. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon45.jpg Two cab sizes Aside from two engine choices, buyers can also pick between extended cab and crew-cab models. Short and long bed options are also available. No regular cab is offered (yet) but the seats in an extended cab can be deleted if a customer desires. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon54.jpg Behind the wheel This new pair of pickups understandably share the same driving experience. Aside from the outside looks and interior appointments, the engine, suspension, and chassis tuning is exactly the same. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon02.jpg After a few hours behind the wheel of a few different examples, two things really stand out as major and noticeable improvements over the past generation of Colorado and Canyon. First, the pair now drive far more like a crossover than a truck. A fully boxed frame means less wiggles and shakes, along with a planted feel. Properly tuned steering provides for a lot of confidence that the truck will end up where you intend on the road. These are every-single-day comfortable vehicles. Second, the trucks are surprisingly maneuverable. From super tight u-turns, squeezing through small back city streets, to tight off-road trails; the Colorado will fit in all sorts of places the Silverado never could. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon19.jpg A few shortcomings For all that the 2015 Colorado and Canyon do right, we still found a few things we didn’t like. For example, the interior is bland and boring. GMC models get a soft touch dash to make up for it but the Colorado is left with a rather cheap looking plastic. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon30.jpg View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon36.jpg We’re a little confused with the styling direction taken by the two brands. We’re excited that the two pickups look very little alike but while the Canyon is a carbon-copy of the larger Sierra, the Colorado looks nothing like the Silverado. View attachment: 2015_Colorado_Canyon50.jpg Final Thoughts GM argues that many midsize pickup buyers have been disenfranchised by the lack of options over the past decade. They are confident that by offering models in this segment that have the refinement and features of other modern vehicles, they can lure back customers from the crossover and suv segment. With the competition in such rough shape, that argument holds a lot of water. However, a redesigned Tacoma can’t be that far off and it will take time to see if the Colorado and Canyon can establish themselves as the new leaders in this segment. It will be hard to declare these trucks an overnight success but the cards are stacked in their favor. There is no doubt these are the most feature rich midsize pickups ever built. It’s exciting that customers can finally choose a pickup’s size and features independently of one another. That's not something any other automaker offers.
  13. From the album: 2002 GMC Sonoma SL EXT. Cab 2WD

    Sonoma Right Side Before Larger Tires and Lift Kit.
  14. From the album: 2002 GMC Sonoma SL EXT. Cab 2WD

    Sonoma Right Side Before Larger Tires and Lift Kit.
  15. From the album: 2002 GMC Sonoma SL EXT. Cab 2WD

    Sonoma Left Side Before Larger Tires and Lift Kit.
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