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All parts came off 2017 Silverado LTZ 4x4 with 15K miles. Located in Los Angeles.
Would prefer local pick-up but will ship if buyer pays for shipping.
Front strut assembly with 2.5 in Motofab leveling kit installed (Pair) - $150 obo
OE Rear Shocks (Pair) - $75 obo
OE Front Knuckles (Pair) - $75 obo
Had my truck worked on at a body shop(dent fix and new windshield) then straight to a proper detailing.
I assume one of the two disconnected my batteries (L5P Durramax).
Now, the buttons and controls on the steering wheel do not respond.
Confirmed with both shops, nothing was disconnected from the steering column.
Everything else, horn, dash, lights, radio, etc. All function correctly. Only the stero paddles, and menu nav buttons do not work.
Scanned all the modules for codes and received back 2 codes in the Instrument Panel Cluster.
DTC 1: B3622-39 Steering Wheel Controls Signal Circuit - Internal Malfunction - (No ****** Sherlock)
DTC 2 : U1510-00 LIN Bus Lost Communication with Device 0 - (Ah yes, Device 0, obviously). I am not sold on the clock spring still as I don't have any SRS module codes.
Repair manual says those codes together is a short to ground.
Cheryl on-top was this YouTube video,
Anyone have enough knowledge to help me figure if it's a bad module or a cut wire?
By Jonathan Floyd
Recently purchased 3.0 JLT oil catch can. As I went to install it on my Silverado I honestly didn’t really see if it would fit so I backed off to get more info. Has anyone installed a oil catch can on the 2019 Silverado? The main reason for stopping the install was that the intake has some piece on the left holding it together that i can’t seem to find a way to get loose. I loosened the clamps to the air box and Intake manifold but some weird peice on the left is still holding it together when i attempted to take the intake off.
I understand this topic has been around for some time, but I recently purchased a 2019 Silverado LD (same body style as the 2014-2018 models). When I look for aftermarket mods/information, I have been referencing the 2018 model year. In particular, my Silverado is a 2019 LD LT Z71, Double Cab, Midnight Edition w/ the All Star package (a lot to digest there!). The mods I have done in no particular order of completion are:
2" Zone Leveling Kit Rough Country rubber bed mat Driver & passenger window tint (35%) Upgraded to LED bulbs in cargo, reverse and license plate lights Replaced stock antenna w/ 3" stubby Added 4 Bully hooks to bed sidewalls Tinted license plate covers (not too dark as you WILL be pulled over) GM tri-fold tonneau cover (manufactured by Advantage Truck Accessories for GM (GM Part #19367127). Appears to be very similar to the Extang Trifecta 2.0. BackRack #15024 w/ tonneau kit part #50120 (fits perfectly w/ that tonneau cover, but you won't find it listed on BackRack's site) Rear seat GM floor liner Front seat GM all weather floor mats Amooca no-drill mud flaps N-Fab cab length side step bars textured black Apeman mini dash cam Range Technology AFM disabler K&N 33-2129 Performance Air Filter (AIRAID Modular Intake Tube to follow...) and the best for last, stainless steel, Magnaflow MF Series Black cat-back - dual split rear exit exhaust, 4" black coated tips (these pipes were made for the 5.3 - such a perfect growl!!) Future mods would include 33" Nitto Ridge Grapplers or DuraTracs & a little more lift.
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