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By Micheal Demetro
Hello brothers and sisters. This is my first forum post. Just wanted to make this so you can show off ur 2019 5.3 Denali and give me some ideas what to do to mine?
This is my truck as of right now. Only thing I’ve added was a magnaflow muffler but it’s a bit too stock sounding thinking about going for the muffler delete entirely. Anyways please share what you’ve done to ur 5.3 Sierra
By Joseph Fontenot
I bought a1999 GMC Sierra 1500
4x4 truck about 6 months ago
I’ve been working on it a lot
ive done put 2200 into it
i want to get it into tip/top shape
so I know it’s going to take a lot more money than what I already spent
but at the moment I’m short on funds and can’t afford to change every piece
this is what’s going on
two days ago my truck started shaking in the front driver side and I hear a knock every now and again
I jacked it up and I can move the tire all over the place
is that the hub
or tie rod
Hello, I have a 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE Crew Cab 5.3L, no aftermarket parts or wiring in it, all stock.
I had ice on my windshield this morning, not thinking i tried to use my wipers and washer fluid to defrost my windshield. The wipers did not move at all due to the ice, so i turned turned the wiper switch back to the off position. After chipping the ice away, the wipers started in the constant low speed setting and would not stop! Tried turning the truck off but they stayed on. I disconnected the battery and reconnected but the issue continued, so i pulled the fuse as a temporary fix. Does anyone know what this could be??
To my understanding it could be the wiper pulse board, fuse box, or the wiper switch arm. The turn signals and washer fluid still work fine so i don't believe it would be the wiper switch arm.
I have checked online and it seems that others have had this issue but it happened randomly, so i'm hoping that since my problem seems to be directly from using the wipers when they were stuck, it may be an easy diagnosis.
Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
By Chris Mullen
I have a 2000 k2500 classic, when I shut it off last night the wipers were vertical and I didn't think about that when starting it today with 6 inches of wet snow on it.
Now the wipers won't park, they simply stop wherever they are when I shut the switch off, and they will only work on high.
My switch was replaced less than 2 years ago and all of it's other functions still work. And my pulse board is also less than 2 years old so I'm not sure which it would be.
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