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Long story short I hit a deer and instead of getting it fixed I took the money $2700 after deductible,
said duck it and went with a aftermarket bumper,
Only 3 photos of this bumper are on the whole internet so now that I got it and installed it here are some photos, I just wanted to give others a idea of what it looks like.
HammerHead 600-56-0465 yes it was pricey at $1500 but it was free to me with my fat insurance check
trucks stock for right now, only has 1.5” spacers ( supreme suspension brand)
will post pictures after I install the lights, lift and level
I could probably align the bumper better
Undercover Swing Case, Under Rear Seat Storage (Du Ha Storage), Console Organizer, New Air filter, Vent Visors, New transmission filter, Westin Pro Traxx Nerf Bars (brand new in box never opened) GMC Sierra 1500 crew cab, $260 for everything package deal
Youngstown, OH pick up only
Hey guys, recently purchased an AT4 and wanted to get some information and tips on some storage ideas/venders. I tried searching the forum for the topic but didn’t come up with anytbing.
Who has a center console lock box? What is the brand and your opinion on the box?
Who has aftermarket or GM under seat storage? Is it worth the upgrade from the stock carpeted bin?
Finally, has anyone installed a swing out tool box from the bed?
I have a 2014 Silverado 1500 LT2, I bought it a week ago (got a steal, $15,000 and it's a crew cab!) but one of the reasons I was able to negotiate such a good price was because the windshield wipers didn't work and it wasn't just the fuse so the dealer didn't want to try to figure out the issue.
After little research I discovered that occasionally on some trucks the engine fuse box has a wiring problem so it needs to be replaced. Easy fix, right? I buy one on eBay for $50 and replace it last night, takes 3 minutes. Turn the key to ON and the wipers work. Great, all is well I thought...
...then half an hour later I go to my truck to drive to a friend's house and when I turn the key to START the truck doesn't respond at all. I'm assuming my transponder key was tied to the fuse box somehow. I swap the fuse boxes and it starts right up but again, I have no windshield wipers.
One option I have is to tear into the fuse box and repair the broken wire for my wipers but I would literally have to drill it out of its casing so I'm not trying to get in that deep. I would rather program the key to the new fuse box.
But here's the catch 22, you need one programmed key to work before you can program another spare key. If I swap the fuse box and my wipers work, my key won't work and I can't program it or another spare. Is there another way to program a key?
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