I have a 2003 Chevy Tahoe 5.3 4x4, I am having problems with my battery draining overnight. Found some info on BCM issues online. Had my wife take it in to local Chevy dealer to repair or replace BCM. Two days later I'm having the same problem. Because of my work schedule I was not able to take it in myself so didn't get a chance to ask questions or find out specifically what they did. Anybody else have similar problem or heard of this problem?
Well, as I said before, I bought a 1993 Ford Bronco XLT for $300. It was not running when I bought it, but I have had a long-running relationship with this truck, so I know how it runs, its quirks, and what it needs...Or so I thought. I drove this truck a good bit on back dirt roads, and beat the living daylights out of it. This particular truck is how I fell in love with Broncos in general.
Anyways, I laid the truck up probably about 4 years ago because it has some drivability issues,
I convinced her that this was the car for her
So last weekend We drove about 3 hours and picked it up. It is a nice Jeep, considering that it has 338 000 km on it. Most of the car was freshly overhauled, so I am not concerned about the mechanics. All in all I believe I have made a good buy, and so far she`s happy with it on those wintry, icy Norwegian winter roads. Nice......next time I might convince her to step it up a notch and go for a Tahoe ???
As she didn`t want as big as a suburban, and Tahoe was also too big, I landed on a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2,5 td.......possibly picking it up on saturday.....nice.
Some time since the last post, but nothing much has happened either.
Finally got my new third brake light from the US, and it was nice.....smoke coloured glass, clear LEDs made it suit perfectly with the black. Also obviously as it is winter I have borrowed some old rims for my wintertires, taken from a 2004 Chevy pick up 6,6 duramax, and found that they build more than my original rims...hmmm....and i thought they were the same. So now the tires points about 2 cm outside the body,