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  1. 2017 Silverado LT extended cab. I recently installed the AMP Research Powerstep with OBD2 connection 76154-01A. There is an ongoing issue with the drivers side motor continuing to run once the step is fully deployed when the drivers door is opened. Also, when I open the rear drivers side door the step deploys, leave the door open then open the drivers door and the motor turns on. In either case the motor only runs for a second or two following step deployment. Once this happens I can close then open either door and it works correctly. The pasenger side works fine and has no effect on the drivers side. This problem is random although it happens mostly in the morning or when the truck has not been driven or doors opened for a few hours. All electrical connections seem to be good; connectors 'snapped' into place, same with OBD connector. AMP has been good about sending replacement parts; first the controller followed by a clutch gear which unfortunately neither made for any improvement. I am at a loss; could this be the trucks fault, the BCM or door switch sending an extra or too long signal? Or maybe the AMP controller(s) has an issue; software or electrical? What do you guys think? Am I the only one to experience this? Here is youtube link of the motor overrun in action where I open the rear door followed by the front: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cidiuCnInLk
  2. As the title says, can anyone in the Houston, TX area recommend me a place to have my AMP Powersteps installed or be willing to help me do them for some compensation and beer?? I was planning to do this myself but have been so busy I can't give 4hrs to stumble through this on my own.. 4Wheel Parts quoted me at $350 which seems a little steep for something that is simply bolted on, a harness run and plugged into the OBDII Port. Can anybody help me out??? Thanks, Lance
  3. I had some Tri-Mode Steps on my 2018 Sierra Denali Ultimate, however I removed and sold them due to not liking the Chrome or how far they hung down.. I was under the impression I could get some AMP Powersteps that were plug n' play and I could just plug them into the existing wiring harness under the truck were the old ones connected in? Is that not the case? It seems like it would be quite easy to mount them and utilize the existing harness since it already correctly handles when to drop/raise the boards, etc. Is this possible?
  4. I just installed Amp Powersteps on my 2015 Sierra CC. I bought the plug and play kit (76154-01A) and the OBD2 pass through harness (76404-01A). On the first full day of using the steps, my Intellilink screen froze solid black with only the backup guide lines showing. The backup camera doesn't work. The radio plays, but none of the buttons work on the display or touch screen. At face value, these would seem to be unrelated to each other. Then, after speaking with a friend that works at a GM dealership, I found out that there's a TSB about the subject. #13-08-116-001B: Aftermarket ALDL or DLC Interface Devices Causing Multiple Issues - (Mar 26, 2015) In a nutshell, aftermarket devices that work off the OBD2 port can interfere with high and low speed data bus traffic, causing multiple issues including some with the infotainment system. Has anyone else experienced any issues possibly related to the plug and play Amp steps?
  5. cansled

    2014LTZ 6

    From the album: 2014 Silverado LTZ

    Amp with stainless trim - Down position
  6. cansled

    2014LTZ 5

    From the album: 2014 Silverado LTZ

    Amp with stainless trim - Up position
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