I was driving for about 45 minutes down the interstate in my 2014 Silverado. I went to pass a car and the cruise shut off when i turned the blinker on. The dash lights would also dim for a second when i pressed the brake or turned on the blinker. It continued to do this until i pulled into a parking lot and shut the truck off for about 30 minutes while i was in a store. I should also note that when i pulled in the parking spot it was like the power steering quit for half a second like it has done a few times before.
On the 1 hour trip home it drove normally with no issues.
I have had other electrical issues like diming headlights when pressing the brake and also headlights dimming in time with the blinker. Usually these problems happen when i have been driving for 45 minutes or more.
My battery is about a year old so i dont think that is the issue.
Has anyone else had these issues and found a fix?
I have a 2015 SLT and would like to install an IPAD PRO 12.9 into the dash. I have to relocate the climate controls and the radio control clusters to the center console. Has anyone seen an extension for the AWM 20706 60v 105c VW-1 Ribbon that connects the radio control cluster to the board on the back of the monitor? It resembles the picture. I need a cable that is about 12 inches long. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
So I pick up my new truck. Thought I did a good job looking it over before driving off, but guess not. As I am driving the car a week later, I notice that the dashboard is not fitted properly on the drivers side. There's a noticeable gap where there should not be. It's fine and flush on the rpassenger side. Gonna take it back to the dealer, but I hate the thought of some "technician" trying to adjust/fit it properly. The dealership did a piss poor job of installing the drop in bed liner so am scared that they will mess something up in attempting to fix ithe dash issue. Anyone know if this is an easy fix for the dealership?
This is my first chevy and not happy that they can't properly fit a dashboard. Zero quality control for fit and finish. Man I am steamed.
hey yall, been a while.
I have a message that's been coming up in my cluster display saying service trailer brakes... uh no trailer on atm . so I pulled the trailer plug out, inspected for corroision, none found, check for shorts in the 7 pin connector itself no problems, I have continuity through all the 7 pins and the associated 4 pins below, only fault in the trailer brake module was for voltage to low from by battery being dead this morning. im thinking the battery died because of the trailer brake faults. it usually after it rains and then the sun comes out, but this morning was the first time my battery died, anyone else have a problem like this. anyone have a good wiring diagram for modules to the plug on the bumper?
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