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I have a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado which runs great but the power windows, locks,keyless entry, heater motor and a lot of the guages don't work. It is also saying "service airbags, service 4 wheel drive ".
I am thinking this is the BCM or mostly the BCM but I would like some advice from those more experienced. I have checked all the fuses and relays which all seem fine. Thanks
I am having a boost gauge installed on my truck when it goes back to Vengeance Racing next month to have Kooks headers, green cats and smaller pulley put on the Whipple. Any suggestions on where to mount it besides the typical A pillar pod that I can only find in ready to paint black? Was thinking about doing the 52 MM /2 1/16" size.
By Robert Schultz
I love my 2015 Sierra but I have a few complaints about the placement of some controls.
1. the heated seat buttons for the driver are not easily viewable when the vehicle is in motion. The line of sight is blocked by the shift leaver.
2. the console I generally very good, but the groove to hold one's cell phone blocks the receptacle for the accessory power cords.
3. disconnect in some of the software and entering/exiting the vehicle. I like the automation of a seat default position when shutting off the vehicle, but I find I am already out of the vehicle by the time the option is activated on removal of the key. I'd like the option to have the seat return to its home position as soon as I turn off the engine. I would like to set the option for the mirrors to fold upon locking the vehicle and not have to press and hold the remote. I really like the options of tilting mirrors on reverse.
I have added a digital glowshift pressure guage to my 2014 silverado. It requires +12v to enable dimming at night (this is not a variable dimming feature). Glowshift is less than helpful in assisting with wiring needs. Does anyone know how to connect to the auto-headlight feature or some other method so that the guage can receive 12v and enable appropriate dimming at night?
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