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So recently I cracked the bell housing to my transmission and it lost all the oil, so I’ve been looking at good used transmissions. My question is what years are compatible with the 2006s? I’ve heard the plugs vary year to year making some incompatible with different years. Any advice would be awesome.
By Ian Mills
I recently purchased a 2005 Silverado 1500 and it came with two keys (both well used) that appear to be perfectly identical. However, one of them always turns the ignition with no issues and one of them turns the ignition only after wiggling it for several seconds.
There must be some imperceptible difference between the keys but I'm trying to decide if it's more likely a bad key or an ignition tumbler that's at the end of its life. I know they're both pretty cheap fixes but I was wondering if anyone has any insight
First off, sorry if there is a thread on this, I searched with no luck.
I have recently purchased a 2020 gmc elevation crew cab and installed belltech drop spindles with rear drop shackles (2/2) but would like to drop 4" in the rear. I cant seem to find a 4" kit yet. Has anyone come up with a solution or know of a company who builds one? I have contacted Belltech direct and they have no plans on making a 4". Not sure that I want to c notch a truck with 1100km on it for the 6" Maybe its just not possible on this body style?
P.s. This is my first gm product and first time lowering a pickup truck.
I have looked and looked for more clear instructions on how to program a second key fob for my 2020 Silverado (dealership lost 2nd set). I live 8 hours from where I bought the truck and the dealership I bought it from would need the truck to program it. I am trying to do it myself. I have followed this guide but still no luck. The youtube video that is out for it is if you are programming a key fob without already having one programmed. It wasn't much help for me. Any GM Mechanics have a quick write up they can copy and paste would be appreciated.
These are the two things that haven't been enough help for me.
Thanks in advance
I am replacing the steering position sensor in a 2011 GMC Sierra 1500. The new sensor is offset about 15-20 degrees from the old one. That said, I can't line up the pin without moving the inner gear. Is it a problem with the sensor? Can I adjust it and make it fit? Help!!! My steering column is sitting on the front seat!
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