I have just over 1,000 miles on the 2019 Trail Boss 4.3L motor. This morning for the first time I noticed the oil pressure gauge dropped to 30 when pulling into a parking spot and then sitting idle. When I revved the engine a little bit the pressure went back up to about 50-60. I have never seen it at 30, mostly stays like 40-60 range. Any cause for concern? As a reference I drove about 10 miles, mostly highway, and it is 60-64 degrees outside.
What do you all get for pressure readings with your motors - maybe list idle pressure and cruising pressure with the motor type.
I purchased my truck a few months ago and most of the time i need to press the button 2-5 times to drop my tailgate without any help. With a little (and i mean 5 lbs) of pulling while pressing the button it works most of the time, even then i might have to press it twice. The truck is a new body 2019 Silverado LT 4x4. It started doing this day one, i thought it might just need to work in/break in and it did not.
Is anyone else having this issue?
If so do you know how to fix it?
I have tried with the vehicle on level ground and even then it does not work all the time also i tried it on grounds where the front is up a few inches and i would still have to press at least twice. Every 50 times or so it will go down with one press.
Any help will be appreciated.
Update on 2019 build out and 2020 start up truck production. EDIT: My next post has the links to the 2020 HD order guides. EDIT 5/16/19: Start of Production dates now up.
2019 HD Regular Cab: Last production date 4/25/2019. Last order date 11/15/2018.
2019 HD Double Cab: Last production date 12/6/2019. Last order date 9/19/2019.
2019 HD Crew Cab: Last production date 5/10/2019. Last order date 2/28/2019.
2020 HD Regular Cab: Initial dealer consensus 7/2/2019. Initial dealer order date 8/1/2019. Start of production 9/30/19.
2020 HD Double Cab: Initial dealer consensus 6/1/2019. Initial dealer order date 6/13/2019. Start of production 8/12/19.
2020 HD Crew Cab: Initial dealer consensus 3/2/2019. Initial dealer order date 3/28/2019. Start of production 6/3/19.
2020 HD DUALLY: Start of production 9/30/19.
So. Those wanting a K2 HD, the only one you can still place an order for is the Double Cab.
Those wanting to order a 2020 T1 HD, the end of March is your first chance to order a crew cab.
These have 150 miles on them. Like new! Cost $1,775 new. Passing a smoking deal on to you. Comes with all components originally sold as a kit from American Racing.
Link to craigslist post: EDIT: Outdated Craiglist post link removed. Contact me directly thru here.
ARH long tube headers long system for the 2014-2016 Chevy/GM Truck 6.2L features 304 stainless steel, 1-7/8" primaries, 3" merge collectors, and all the necessary hardware and gaskets for a bolt-on installation.
The 2014 & Up GM Truck 6.2L ARH long systems were designed to bolt-on to your factory axle-back or any aftermarket axle-back. Some modification may be required. The American Racing headers require a crossover y-pipe assembly and have converters. Using the catted crossover pipe cause very little restriction and they help to control emissions.
Product features on this system includes:
100% Made in the USA - Never Outsourced
Made entirely of 304 stainless steel
3/8" thick laser-cut flanges for a warp-free seal
Hand-ported TIG welded inlets
Optimized primary tube routing for superior fit and performance
Merge collectors with scavenger spikes
Catted systems feature 200 cell metallic substrate catalytic converters for extreme durability
My wife and I were going to have a picnic by the ocean so went on a sandy (beach sand) road, meant for off road vehicles only. I switched to 4 Hi and while drove in the sand at less than 10mph. After about 5 minutes or so I had warnings of "service ESC" and "steering assist is reduced, drive with care". The truck, which is a 2019 Trail Boss, performed fine and I did not notice any difference in handling. I tried taking off the traction control, putting the truck in park, shutting the truck off for a while, but still the lights stayed on. The lights went off after driving about 5 minutes in 2 Hi. I also recieved emails from OnStar "there is an issue with the ABS system" and "there is an issue with Stabilitrack traction control". I don't think this is normal so it is at the dealer now. They said the initial results are the yaw sensor triggered for some reason...I don't think this is normal, the truck has 800 miles on it, but any ideas what this is or what it means? Thanks.
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