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Update - I've lowered my price to sell: $300 plus shipping and added pictures below. IO6 Radio and HMI 2.0 Modules were removed from my 2015 Sierra SLT - Factory Navigation, XM Satellite Radio, Weather & Traffic subscriptions available through SiriusXM. Includes USB Module/SD Card Reader that resides in the center console. May be a plug-n-play upgrade from IO5 trucks. Harnesses not included. Removed from 2015 GMC Sierra SLT - Excellent Condition
GM-Trucks.com Reviews: Husky X-act Contour Floor Liners Written & photographed by: Zane & Josh Merva Product: X-act Contour Front and Back Floor Liners Manufacturer: Husky Liners What it is: Precisely cut floor liner that protects your truck from mud, water, and snow far better than the factory mats. What Husky says it does: “Protection with a flexible comfortable soft feel prevents stains & soiling of your carpeted areas. Increases your vehicle's resale value. Form-fit Edge™ patented design gives your floor liner a finished look while keeping damaging spills off your doorsill and carpet. Tough & Durable patented rubberized material is resistant to most chemicals and minimizes cargo shifting.” Cost: $99.95 each [front and rear sold separately] Tested On: 2014 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab 2011 Sierra 1500 Extended Cab Introduction It’s inevitable, the dirtiest part of your truck’s interior is where you put your feet. Even if your truck came with carpeted floor mats or you splurged for factory rubber mats, they are never big enough and don’t provide enough protection. Do you really want to have to worry about getting your truck’s carpet dirty? Neither do we. So, we recently tried out a new set of exact fit Husky Floor Liners. The X-act Contour line is Husky's premium liner/floor mat replacement. Unlike floor mats, these liners are exactly cut to fit perfectly into your truck. Husky Liners manufactures the X-act Contour Floor Liner to offer the most protection possible for your truck’s footwell. They are custom fit and extend to cover a sizably larger area than stock mats. We test fit two complete sets of X-act Contour Floor Liners on both a brand new 2014 Silverado Crew Cab and our 2011 GMC Sierra Extended Cab. The stock rubber floor mats on a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado are rugged and durable but don’t cover as much carpeting as they should. New Hampshire winters bring lots and lots of snow, sand, and salt. Even with only 15,000 miles, the extra cost carpeted mats on our 2011 Project Sierra have gotten dirty quickly and are starting to look worn down. Unboxing Here’s how our X-act Contour liners arrived. Husky makes both front and rear floor liners. Each comes in their own box. Each generation of GM truck has their own custom set of liners so make sure to match up the right part number for your correct year, model, and cab size. The liners are packaged securely and are easy to quickly unbox. The cardboard box they came in reminded us of pizza boxes and kind of made us hungry. Now away from their packaging, this front and rear 2014 Crew Cab set is impressive. They have a high-quality look and feel. First impressions are that these liners are heavy duty, durable, and strong. Up close, we see the liners are made of a slightly smooth, non-stick like, rubber. It helps water, dirt, and snow to slide right off. The surface is slightly slick when wet as a result. Fitment in the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Installing these floor liners shouldn't require too much explanation. They fit perfectly into the new snap lock design, and cover a much larger area. No cutting or modification was required. A comparison shot in the 2014 Silverado shows just how much bigger the Husky liners are over the factory rubber mats.. The Husky Liners are nearly twice the size! Husky’s rear floor liners offer even more protection. The 2014 factory rubber mat, sitting on top, is small with no center protection. Fitment in the 2011 GMC Sierra We found the the fit in our 2011 wasn't quite as perfect as in the 2014 but we are still very happy with the result. The passenger side liner on our Sierra is large and built to hold a lot of stuff that may fall off your feet. Husky X-Act Contour Rear Liner protects your truck’s floor carpeting door to door, unlike the factory mats. Here’s our extended cab with the rear seat folded up. How well do they work? We found even if your feet are covered in snow,you don’t have to worry. The Husky Liners are large enough catch everything that fell off our boots. The channeled design holds and traps a lot of water, dirt, mud, and debris, even after it melts. We tried our hardest to knock off as much snow as wildly as we could but the Husky liners kept everything contained. We then tried to over-load our feet with slush and slop but the Husky’s caught it all, too. Conclusion If you never want to worry about tracking weather inside your truck again, the Husky X-Act Contour Liners are the answer. These high-quality floor liners offer the protection your truck deserves and are backed by a lifetime guarantee. We've tested these mats for the last month during the middle of winter in New Hampshire and they've done nothing but impress. Gone are the days of asking passengers to knock off their boots! Jumping into our truck has become a no worry situation, no matter how messy our feet have become. We would highly recommend Husky X-act fit liners. Editor's Note: This product was provided at no cost for the purposes of a review. We only publish our honest opinions and give no consideration for the gratis product.
2006 Gmc Sierra 1500 SLT In KY this year we had some snow so I got out to play in it last night and went to get on it alittle and when I did all my lights inside including my radio dash and even headlights shut off for maybe two seconds like the key had been turned off (truck is still running) and then came back on after everything came back my battery light was on. It is a new battery from end of 2017. Got home had to run back into town and got on the brakes hard one time and didnt complety shut down on me but the lights surged hard having a hard time finding anything on this any input would help.
I live in New York and this morning the temp read 16 degrees in the truck. I noticed the steering was noticeably stiffer. Even after a 10 minute remote start and 15 minutes of driving it continued to feel this way. When I left work in the late afternoon is was 26 degrees and the steering felt the same as it did in the morning. I've lived in NY my whole life and never experienced this in any other car I've owned. Being it's my first winter with my truck I have to ask-does anyone else experience this or is my issue completely unrelated to the weather?