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By Adrian C
Hi, I have 2 questions. One, I want to do the HD Front end conversion on my 2007 NNBS Silverado1500. I know what I need, and I have decided on the 2011-2013 HD grill and bumper. I have gone on line and seen some people go with the 2007-2010 HD hood and some people go with the 2011-2013 HD hood. Would any one know the difference or if one fits better onto the 1500 truck? And does anyone know how to install the bumper? And the second question was, How can I convert the truck into full electric mode? I have manual windows and no power locks. My truck is extended cab and I would wish for the back windows to work as well. Or does anyone have a really good video on what parts I need and how to do it step by step? I am by no means a mechanic but i do work on my trucks here and there on small things. Thanks in advanced!
While out on a dirt road enjoying my newly installed prerunner suspension I successfully turned off the Traction Control and ESC (electronic stability control). Went for a run down the woops and ESC turned itself back on and applied the brakes during one of my drifts. COMPLETELY unexpected and caused the truck to handle undesirably (to say the least). In talking to another Chevy guy he said the ESC turns itself back on at 35mph and above!... Is there anyway to 'tune' this out and make it stay off when desired?
This is exactly why I held onto my 05 Duramax for so long. It had ZERO 'nanny hardware' that would f*#k with me while offroading.
By Jim Gosselin
My rear drivers side window would not come down. This just started the other day. It would not work with the front or rear switch. no humming from the motor. Fuse is OK for the left side windows. I swapped out the switch from the passenger side and still didnt work. However the driver's switch worked fine on the other side. I then removed the regulator assembly by having to cut the cable since the window was up. I removed the motor and bench tested it and it ran with 12V put to it. This leaves just the main front door switch assembly. My question is would a bad front switch cause the back switch not to work?? Also when I press the switch , I get a brief buzzing sound from the switch. Also with the motor connected, it still isnt turning so it wasn't a jammed cable on the regulator. I am getting to the end of what I can troubleshoot, and I hope it doesn't turn out to be a bad wire in the door harness. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Dietz model 7-72 dual sealed beam 12 volt amber rotating warning beacon. Appears to never have been mounted or used due to the visibly immaculate condition of plastic base, lens, and internal components of the light. Very bright and eye catching flash pattern. There is also a video link included below from when I tested it myself for my YouTube channel.
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