Hey guys, my '00 Silverado 1500 4.8L takes a very long time for the heater to get hot, before i leave to work I let it warm up for 10 min with the heater
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Yep, I dont mind the snow but the breeze/cold is what I don't like. It is 17 but wind chill 7 degrees right now.
I have to stop bragging about our central Florida weather. It's been sunny with a daily high around 83 F for a week now, and all my relatives in the
Heck yeah, pass me one. +1 on the Oysters, clams, crabs and stuff, too.
Fried egg, fried baloney, American cheese, Miracle Whip, salt &
a relay could drain the battery if it was stuck closed. But, I would think that if one was stuck as soon as you unlocked a door manually it would relock.
Thanks for your tip, has me wondering if the relays can cause battery drain. Might be my the root of my electrical issue.
I have a 2010 Sierra with 76,000 miles. I was told that had I been going to the dealership for my oil changes they may have helped me out. Same though,
That's good to hear. I just did the decarbonization with the Kreen and replaced the spark plugs. It has more pep and my MPG improved about 3 MPG. We'll
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