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GM-GMC Truck Catch Can Installation Video
UPR 2014-2019 Plug n Play™ DUAL VALVE Catch Can with New Plug n Play™ CSS (Patent Pending)
UPR GM-GMC Plug n Play™ Dual Valve Catch Can Installation Video - Kits for all 5.3 and 6.2 equipped Silverado and Sierra Trucks
UPR Plug n Play™ Catch Can Installation Video
Just wanted to share how clean and easy a UPR Plug n Play™ Cath Can System is to install for anyone.
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The ‘17 Sierra 1500 6.2L idle is a little weak and its knocking or ticking some. This is the first time I changed the oil, other times by dealer. Oil pressure looks normal.
I put in the required 8qts 0w/20 dexos 1 Gen 2, dipstick is fine, put on the a new oul filter (same as others), and all Acdelco as it has been. Do these motors take a little bit to run correctly after an engine oil change? Never had a motor do this.
I have a 2014 Sierra 2500 4x4 with the 6.0 Gas. I've read and watched some videos about known issues with older GM transfer cases have pump knock that leads to a hole in the case. Is this an issue with 2014 2500s?
Thanks for insights.
Edit: I should note, have not had an issue with my transfer case at this point. Just want to know because I'm going to be taking apart the drivetran to upgrade the diffs and might as well bullet proof the transfer case if I'm doing the diff work. I've done some more digging and found that GM switched to a new transfer case 07/08, MP1226XHD. My rig has a corresponding RPO code of NQF. Does this transfer case have the issue the older NP cases have? Not alot out there about them.
Ok so here is my problem! I'm new here so hopefully I can get this rite lol!!
I have a 2004 suburban 5.3 vortec 2wheel drive!
170,XXX miles on it. I've owned it for about a year now. Always took care of it. Truck is very nice and well kept up!
So here is my issue. I was sitting in my buddy's driveway last nite talking for a min when I noticed a knock coming about! I mentioned it to him but we thought maybe it was just the AC compressor or something.( Noise was light at this time) so we think nothing of it continue to talk and I noticed it getting louder! So I get out and I swear it was a rod knock from in pan so I leave go home (about a mile away) shut it off stop for the night and tow it to my shop this morning... I drop the pan pulled all rod caps and checked the bearings then pulled all the main caps and checked those as well!! THEY LOOK GREAT! so now I go to the oil that I drained out of it prior to dropping the pan there is gold flakes of metal in my oil! So I keep looking to find that looking up between the crank I can see the cam shaft and I can see a lobe is shot!! So now I'm gonna put lifters and a new cam.... Now here is my question where did the gold flakes come from? As far as I know gold flakes are from a bad bearing correct???? But I don't have a bad bearing I have a bad lobe on my cam and a bad lifter!!! Would the bad cam lead to a bad cam bearing?? HELP ME PLEASEEEE
I have a 2014 Silverado 4wd rally, since I purchased this truck, there has been a rattling, pinging, from under my truck, the dealership replaced the muffler like 2 years ago and the noise is still present.
Seems like when I am going up hill at 60-70 or any hill at 30-35, it clearly looses power and sounds like I need a lifter adjustment or the timing is off, but its from under the drivers side, under the bed.
Service center has me pay for ride along's with a def technician who looks under the hood and changes the report and they throw there hands up and say we cant do anything if we can't duplicate my concerns.
This has gone on since I've owned this truck, as a busy dad and contractor its difficult to get there.
The truck also engages 4wd low, a chevy tech told me this was normal when traction control is engaged ? !!!! I was like what?
The knob is on 2wd, the truck drops into 4wd low with no indication lights on the dash and just when leaving a parking spot or turning onto a street, I have to turn the truck off and back on to make it go away
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