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Thought oil pressure was low so when I got home I checked the level, level was fine. However, the oil was black.
Dealer did the first oil change maybe 1500 miles ago (only 8900mi on it currently) and the oil is black already. Is that normal?
I understand that the black color indicates the presence of carbon and is normal, and does not mean it needs to be changed simply based on color. It didn't smell burnt or "old" either.
I really do not run this truck that hard and especially not so during the last 1500 miles.
I'm just hoping someone can educate me on the world of diesel engine oil and differences vs gas engine oil.
I would expect the oil not to be thorougly black after such a recent oil change.
2014 Silverado LTZ crew cab 4x4
I recently put my rear air ride suspension on and waiting for my 3in motofab leveling kit to come in.
With the 3in kit up front what tire size can I go to now? Will I need a bigger rim? Do you have any pictures of stock rim with bigger/beefier tires? Do you have any pictures of larger rims with bigger ties?
Currently running stock rim with gy 275/55r20 all terrains
So I bought a 2019 GMC Sierra elevation from a dealer in town here. Was told is has the 2” factory installed suspension lift and nothing more. But after a week or so I decided to look into a leveling kit, watched a couple vids online and noticed how some kits can go under the damper?
out of curiosity I wanted to squeeze my head behind my tire and take a look only to notice what looked like an already installed 2” level.
can someone help me identify if that is a leveling kit installed in the picture I attached? Also if so, why isn’t the truck level? Is the rear block too big?
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