2019 Silverado VS Sierra - Which one do you like more?
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I just purchased a 2019 Silverado and installed the Chevy Hard Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover over the weekend. I followed everything as per the installation instructions and am having a problem with one of the latches. Each of the slam latches are fully engaged when I close the cab end, and tail end of the tonneau cover. I also have the slam latches up against the driver and passenger side rails as per the diagram.
The problem that I’m having is as I’m driving the driver side / cab end slam latch keeps coming unlatched. Anybody have any experience with this or know what may be causing this to happen?
Also is it normal to only have two stationary clamps, and the 4 slam latches to secure the tonneau cover to the bed?
My fear is having two slam latches come unlatched while driving which may lead to the tonneau cover flying off the bed.
Hey there! After searching for the topic problems and implementing some of the advice, I've come to a place where I can't seem to find help around my unique set of issues.
I've recently acquired a decently maintained '04 Silverado. I immediately ran into the blower problems so many have before me.
The specific problem that manifested was two-fold:
No A/C or intermittent A/C (it was intermittent when I bought it) After a day of driving, A/C never worked again and speed 5 stopped working.
After research here, I found that the controller and harness often go bad. I replaced those along with the 40A Fuse that blew. My blower then worked on speed 5, but it was never cold.
I then attempted to fix this with a can (specifically AC PRO Refrigerant with the gauge on top). I used the can according to the instructions and it indicated that I need to see a technician.
After the swap and can, a new problem occurred: the blower killed my battery because the fans never turn off, even with the key out.
After trickle charging my battery and removing the 40A fuse, I'm back to no cold air and no blower on 5.
Some other research led me to the blend door potentially being stuck or the contacts inside needing cleaning, but I can successfully make the heater blow hot by changing the dials so I don't think that's it (but am up for checking it if you guys think that makes sense).
aI'd love some pointers for what direction to go in next.
Everything I've found for the 2 problems of no blower on 5 and blower never shutting off leads me to a blower resistor swap. Since I've already done that, where would you guys go next with it?
I'm in Texas and am not looking forward to trucking around without A/C ha!
Thanks ahead of time for any help, I'm pretty stuck right now and am fairly new to working on Silverados.
EDIT: I have the manual CJ3 system (forgot to include that information previously).
EDIT 2: The compressor clutch also engages and cycles normally (that was another research path I went down)
I’m looking for any information on swapping gen3 5.3 With a gen4 controller (I want to use the 6L80e transmission.) I know the knock sensors are in the valley cover and it has the 24x reluctor and 1x cam sensor. I’ve heard it is possible to relocate the knock sensors to where they are on gen 4 block and swap reluctors and cams to work with the gen 4 controller, does anyone have any experience with actually doing so?
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