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I have heard that GM can tell of I have been speeding with my truck when they hook up their computer to it. Is that true? That's not really my issue, but somewhat related topic is can they tell i tried a burnout with my new truck? I did one for 5-10 seconds and am just wondering if that information can be read with their diagnostics system?
I have a question I hope someone can help me with. I decided to try doing a burnout with my truck today for the first time. I did one for about 5-10 seconds, or tried to with some success. Now I have a check engine light and the truck runs like $h!t. Wont get up to highway speed and transmission doesnt shift properly. When at an idle it runs rough. I tried hooking the obd2 test tool to the truck under the dash, and two codes come up.
P228c - fuel pressure regulator
P0089 - fuel pressure regulator.
I tried the erase button and it did nothing.
I attached 3 notifications I received when this happened.
I'm going to take the truck to dealership tomorrow.
Any ideas on what this is?
Will warranty be void since I was trying to do a burnout?
Any help or thoughts on my situation is appreciated.
I have a 2003 Silverado LS extended cab that only burns iu from one wheel, I've done research and found out it's an open diffential since I do not have G80 in my Glove box. While doing research I found out to burnout two wheels I need to buy a G80 Eaton differential lock or a Detroit tru trac. I see people saying tru trac is better. I have no knowlege about this.
G80 or Tru Trac
How much will it cost for the lock and to get it installed in California?
Do I have to buy the lock or a whole new axle?
will I be able to burnout with two tires with G80 and Tru Trac?
I haven't tried burning out just assuming. It's burning one tire since there is no G80 in my glove box
i want to take this truck to truck invasion to burnout so will it also be able to drift with either the trutrac or g80?
I am looking for a good tire to use for summer time, on-road driving. My truck is a 2014 Denali and I have the SEY CK156 22" rims waiting to get thrown on. I have heard of most trucks running a 275/45r22 no problem, anyone running a different size for this rim size? photos?
I am wondering what tires people have run and how they performed on their truck. The internet is full of reviews but most are not applicable to heavier vehicles.
I look forward to hearing some recommendations.
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