By Sue Campbell
Hello. I bought a 2018 Chevy Silverado Duramax 2500HD High Country. We recently took it on a long trip with the travel trailer, and since I had never owned a diesel before, I had no idea what DEF was. We were on the freeway, about a 100 miles from a gas station. I checked my gauge in the truck and the DEF fluid was "ok" and then 30 miles down the road it was not ok. I was wondering if there was a way to check the fluid, either by the computer in the truck or is there a dip stick that I can purchase after market? Thanks for the help.
Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com
Chevrolet is hitting hard and hitting fast when it comes to releasing their new generation of pickups. First came the 2019 1500 in December, by surprise. Then came the 4500/5500/6500HD chassis cab trucks (not by surprise) last month.
Now Chevrolet is surprising us once again with an extremely revealing photo of the next generation Silverado 3500HD. Seen above, the picture of the next gen 2020 HD shows off part of the front grille, hood, mirrors, and headlights.
What can we tell? Well, a few things.
The front grill will have a bowtie less option OR the bowtie is lower in the grille (aka 2019 Camaro) The front turn signals/drl laps will be LED. The headlights will be located BELOW the chrome crossbar A tasteful hood scoop remains All new towing mirrors are on the way Marker lights are also most likely LED.
What do you think?
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