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Onstar Free for Three Months
jester95 posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & SierraJust got an email from Onstar which claims "up to three months" free services. However upon a closer read it appears to be only 1 month free. The additional 2 months are free only if you chose a monthly renewing plan within the first 15 days of your trial. Not sure its worth the hassle. My luck I've missed some fine print and will end up getting charged....
Share Your Mods!
BlackKnightSierra posted a topic in Off-TopicHey Guys! Have not been able to find a site where you can submit your mods and have them post it without buying their products or going through some ridiculous process. I have created: https://thegaminggalago.wixsite.com/mycompletemodlist to get the ball rolling. Please share it amongst people on here and in your car clubs, it would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks, Connor
Arnott invites you to watch a FREE ON DEMAND Webinar on Air Ride Repair. The 30-minute webinar is presented by Babcox Media's 'ImportCar' and 'Brake & Front End' magazines and sponsored by Arnott Air Suspension Products. Webinar Overview Air ride suspensions have become so advanced that the customer may never know their vehicle has one until it breaks. The path to a long-lasting repair and satisfied customer can be challenging for techs and require new levels of communication in your shop. This free 30-minute webinar will cover options you have when repairing or converting an air ride-equipped vehicle to passive ride control components. We look at four Case Studies and identify what is right for vehicle and driver. These Case Studies will start with Diagnostics and finish with Final Billing. The featured presenter for this webinar will be Andrew Markel, editor of Babcox Media's TechGroup publications and an ASE certified technician. This advanced diagnostic and repair training will also cover the following topics to help you become more confident and profitable in selling air ride repair solutions: • Common failure components on air ride systems • Pros and cons of remanufactured and new components • The best way to write an estimate for multiple diagnostic and repair paths • How your repair recommendations should be presented to the customer • Tools to help you identify your customers' service needs Who Should Watch You should watch this webinar if you are a technician, service advisor, or parts professional who wants to be more proficient at air ride diagnostics and repairs. To Watch the Free On Demand Webinar, Click Here
Get something extra when you order from us
Agri-Cover, Inc. posted a topic in Agri-CoverWant a little bonus with your purchase? Go to any of our online stores (Shop.Agricover.com, BuySNOWSPORTPlows.com, or GetMudflaps.com) and type GMTRUCKS in the promo code box for any purchase of $300 or more. We'll include a free ACCESS® Motion LED Light because you're a forum member. The ACCESS® Motion LED Light is a smart light that doesn’t waste power in the daylight. This waterproof light is powered by 3 AA batteries and sticks to most smooth surfaces with a strong 3M adhesive. This means you can get light without having to run wires, and hands-free operation leaves you free to get things done. The 18-inch LED strip automatically turns on when the sensor detects motion in the dark. Battery saver technology will turn the light off 1 minute after the sensor stops detecting motion. You can reset the timer to 3 or 5 minutes. This product puts light in all sorts of locations, including doorways, closets, boats, stairways, basements, safes, coolers, cabinets, toolboxes, sheds, and garages.
Free Throttle Body MOD
GasJobMafia posted a topic in 1999-2013 Silverado & Sierra 1500Alright so I've heard a lot of talk about Porting and polishing (P and P) a throttle body on a 5.3L Silverado (mines a 2004) . I really don't mind taking the time to do this so i need someones opinion on doing it! is there any gains or draw backs? It makes sense to me on a smother serface makes for faster air and grounding down the little lip in the TB can increase air flow! anyone do it yet?
Free Volant Cool Air Intake
Josh posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & SierraVolant Cool Air Intakes is looking for an owner of a 2014 truck in the Southern California area. from: http://www.volant.com/edetail.asp?ID=1292 I don't know how up to date this is, but it looks like the offer is still available, so if you are in the SoCal area give that number a call and let us know how it turns out!