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  1. I need to know what transmissions are interchangeable with my 2010 Chevy Silverado 1500 2x4 4.3l v6
  2. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 6-10-2019 If you are searching for a great value on a lightly used vehicle, iSeeCars.com has some suggestions. The group evaluated about 5 million used car transactions of three-year-old, 2016 MY vehicles to see which had the highest discount off of their new car price. Many GM models make the list. Here's a quick look at the models with the highest depreciation. Graduates take note: In the under $20K category, the Chevy Impala is hard to ignore. With a three-year-old average price of just $14,745 it is a LOT of car for the money. Its 50% depreciation rate over three years is way ahead of the average of about 34%. Those graduates headed into higher-paying new jobs may want to consider the Cadillac CTS. With an average price of just $26,785, it is a luxury car on a budget. The XTS is about the same price, but not eactly a graduate's dream car. However, it is perfect for those looking for an Uber vehicle or airport limo for their fleet. The $26K Buick Enclave also makes iSeeCars family vehicle list. With a depreciation of 48% it is about 10% ahead of the pack. In the truck category, the best deal may be the GMC Sierra. With an average 3-year-old price of $33K it is a value that is hard to ignore. See the full report from iSeeCars here.
  3. I just purchased a new home with about 1.5 acres and several large oak trees. I don’t currently own a mower and I need something now to manage the leaves. I use a JD Z series at work and love it. I have found a used 2015 Z930R for about $3,000 with 1625 hours on a Kawasaki motor. What’s everyone’s thoughts on buying a mower with so many hours? What’s the life expectancy of a commercial mower? Anyone running a commercial Z series with this many hours? I understand that I don’t need a commercial mower for 1.5 acres, but it’s what I’m used to at work, familiar with the operation, repairs, capabilities, etc. but the work mower only has 300 hours...
  4. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 6-25-2018 A new study by our friends at iSeeCars looks at which vehicles had the largest decline in retained value after three years. In the crossover category, the SRX is the top vehicle in this regard with a 47% reduction in value from its new car MSRP. The second best deal on a three-year-old crossover the study found was the three-year-old Buick Enclave which sells for just under 46% of its price new. iSeeCars.com analyzed more than 4.1 million car sales to identify which models had the greatest loss in value after three years. The BMW 5 Series was the top vehicle with an incredible 53% loss in valuation. Commenting on why the SRX and Enclave found their way to this list, iSeeCars CEO Phong Ly said, “The Cadillac SRX and the Buick Enclave, make the otherwise car-dominated list in the ninth and tenth spots making them attractive options for people interested in this booming vehicle segment. Trucks and truck-based SUVs are known for having the highest value retention, which explains why these vehicle types are absent from the top 10 list. Trucks as a vehicle category depreciate 23.3 percent in three years, which is two-thirds of the 35 percent average across all vehicle segments.” The SRX was replaced by the XT5 in Cadillac’s lineup. The name change may be helping push down the vehicle’s value. “Discontinued cars typically have lower resale values than cars still in production,” explained Ly.
  5. I am in the market to buy a 2003-2007 Silverado/Sierra. I would like some pre-sale advise and some questions answered if you guys can help out. 1. Is more than 150k mileage a lot? 2. What are some common things to look for before buying? 3. 4.8l vs. 5.3l? Is one better than the other in terms of reliability? 4. Any known issues with this gen of silverado/sierra worth mentioning? I have never purchased a vehicle with over 100k miles so I am a bit nervous. The last thing I want is to be spending a bunch of money on repairs and/or trips in and out of the shop. I guess it is also worth pointing out that I am trying not to spend over 13k and have about 2k set back for the dreaded repairs. Thanks guys!
  6. All, I am looking into getting a 2006 Silverado 2500HD 2wd LT with the 6.0. It's a Single cab long bed work truck. I pulled the VIN info and found that it has always been in Tucson and Cali. The truck has no rust (as to be expected). The only noticable problem is the Oil Pressure Sensor seems to be dead, (easy $50 fix). Anyhow, I have never worked with or on a 2500 before, and would like to know what I should look for before purcasing the truck. Also, what do you all think is a good price for a truck like this? I am gonna be using this truck for slight hauling and pretty much daily driving.
  7. So, I returned from my second deployment in October of this year, and a week later bought my 2013 Silverado. After shopping online in the weeks leading up to my return home, I found this one about an hour away from me, and when I went to look at it, I fell in love. 2013, 4x4, 97k miles, and that's all I really knew about it. The dealer didn't know much other than the first and only owner before him was a commercial ranch in Northern California. I test drove the truck, and fell deeper in love with it. $23k later, I'm driving it home. Lesson #1: Take your prospect vehicle to a shop before buying! About 45 minutes into the drive home, the brakes are SCREAMING. Naturally, I was pissed. I called the dealership multiple times, to no avail. So the next day I take it into a shop nearby. The manager comes into the lounge after looking at my truck, looks at me and says "You drove an hour on these?" I say, "Yeah.. that bad?" He replies "I can't let you drive that thing back out of here. Pads and rotors." So, of course, $600 later, I'm furious that I bought that junk for $23k! But eventually I get over it. Lesson #2: REALLY do deep research on the prospect vehicle, and don't stop researching even after buying. Fast forward to two days ago (when I found this forum) and you'll find me sitting at a desk on 24 hour duty, bored out of my mind researching everything I can about this truck that I warmed back up to after my first hiccup. I learned on this forum about the RPO codes that can be found in the glovebox - and so I look up each and every code. What I didn't expect was to find my truck with the Z71 OffRoad package as well as all the All Star Edition luxuries and towing capabilities! I also found the original sale receipt for this truck in the glovebox, which states that the original owner had paid $38k MSRP for this truck. So right now, I'm thinking that $23k wasn't too bad... and of course, I ordered Z71 decals for my truck (I've wanted one since I was a kid). Overall moral, find someone with expertise when looking for ANY vehicle, but especially used.
  8. Got rid of my 2014 Silverado, So im selling my DiabloSport inTune I-1000 tuner. It has been unmarried, as you can see in the 4th picture. Comes with original box, paperwork, and cords. Like new condition. Asking $225 shipped priority mail within the continental US. Payment via PayPal Goods
  9. Hello everyone, I will be in the market to purchase a used GM Truck, but I need some of your assistance to find something within the realms of what I am looking for. I have a wife with 4 dogs 2 which are small and 2 whom are Medium to large, we will be traveling between the Tri-State area and I am going to also be pulling a vehicle trailer towing between 3500-4K LBS. What I am looking for is within the range of $10K and am looking for something to handle towing and long trips ( Rain, Snow, Dirt, Sand ). I will also be turning the wrenches on this vehicle. What should I be looking for and what are your experiences ( Model year / models / Links) , any extras you suggest.
  10. Looking for a stock 6.2 exhaust from a 2014-2015 truck. Cab and bed configuration does not mater, it will be cut and sectioned. Looking withing reasonable distance to DFW Tx. Thank you, Wes
  11. Hello all name is Mark and I am new to the group, but don’t that that fool ya ;) live in NV USA and been driving accross the states in my little Blazer 2 door since 2003, Grate little SUV... bought it new. and just traded it in for a used GMC 2003 GMC Dainuli Sierra 2500 Extended Cab 4x4 with R/r steer. this is Our Very first NEW to Us Truck ;) and love the move ;) anyhow ;) Just finished installing the ///Alpine 9886 deck and new door speakers to boot, installed the Icom 2100H VHF ham radio and its 5/8th wave antenna did the coax and power runs, looks neat and tidy and no wire showing all went well... So, sitting in the driver’s seat in the truck, looking around and noticed that "everything" has power something, locks, windows, steering, seat, morrors, etc., and one thing led to another, and wonder if the truck was fitted with Key-less entry. So I called the local GMC dealership and enquired, gave them the Vin number of the truck and he was able to look up that info up, and sure enough, it was fitted with one.. ((keep this in mind)) the dealership wanted $50 for each key fob and $50 for programming each one... ? really... . After long research, I found a place that had the key fobs for my year and model of truck, so I bought 2 Fob's from them. They arrived over the weekend, both me and my wife went to the truck with the programming sheet, to program them to the truck, Followed the instructions to the letter, Click Click, ok in programming mode, hold down remote buttons... 30 sec... 1 min, 2... Nothing... hmm? as I do a lot of electronics and involved in Ham radio, I pulled the remote apart to Checked batt. in remote to make sure there was no paper/plastic around the battery that may be preventing operation, as you do when you get new battery electronics, but nothing was in there... just the battery and Circuit board... all looked good... so I did the same to the 2nd remote, and still had the same end result, nothing happened... . so I email the key fob store, and now they are asking me, if I have the Org. key Fob and to email them the I.D on the back of the Org. key fob (that I don’t have)........ I guess to confirm the correct remote? But, I do not have the Org. remote as I bought the truck used. . so my next question is "How" do I find out this info that I am missing, so I can get the correct key fob for the truck? . How does the dealer ship look up this info to find the correct fob for make morel/year What info am I missing if any? . Any help would be most appreciative. just trying to make this as easy as possible. Thanks all. 73. .M.
  12. Used scanner and tuner, great condition, you would need to buy a license as there are none left, one owner. Please respond if interested. Thank You!
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