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02-23-2014, 09:59 PM
Well, I'm sure I have a code stored in the memory, but it should be a code that has registered after my first friend erased the code with his code reader/eraser.
It was my second friend whose...
02-23-2014, 02:46 PM
Bump. I guess the cavalry ain't coming after all.:frown:
02-20-2014, 12:19 PM
I'm wondering the same thing, but since the MIL came on within a few minutes after I discovered that the dome lights had mysteriously started operating as designed after I don't know how long (just...
02-19-2014, 12:32 PM
Yes, it has the button. Back when I first bought the truck, the dome lights did not work and I could MANUALLY turn the domes on and off when needed.
But they never functioned as the design intent....
02-18-2014, 10:53 AM
Would it have been better for me to have posted this into a different forum, such as the general tech question forum?:confused:
If so, is there any way to get an administrator to make the switch? I...
02-17-2014, 09:53 AM
Thanks, scanner compatibility will not be a factor here as his scanner was bought in 2011 and just last month he had its software updated by Snap-On. So it looks like it is going to be a defective...
02-16-2014, 11:50 PM
2007 Silverado, 5.3 engine. Bought truck used in 2011 with 84K miles. Now at 104K miles. Last week while driving, the MIL came on. Next day a friend connected his code read/eraser to the OBD II...
Well, the dome lights do not come on when the passenger door is opened.
I will not be able to explore further until later in the week.
I will be checking the above suggestions and if nothing is...
2007 Silverado. Dome lights don't come on when door is opened. Dome light dash push button switch (to the right of headlight switch) is in the extended position. Dome lights will turn on manually...
To provide update to my earlier thread (closed).
I mulled the idea of adding filler weld to the inside surfaces of that 1/2" square drive socket (that I had welded to the long rod).
I then hit upon...
Thanks to rileyjr and jimmeh for the helpful information.
An old 1/2" drive X 3/8" 12 point socket welded onto the rod I've been working with confirms that I'm now heading in the right direction....
Thanks for measuring the square drive end. I can come up with a 1/2" female square drive end easy enough as I have a number of small 1/2" drive sockets that are worn out, useless for nuts & bolts...
I hope the image is clear enough to describe what I need to accomplish.
I now think the tool receiver on the hoist must be a MALE square drive........based on what rileyjr stated in his post, plus...
Thanks riley. OK, from your explanation I think you are telling me you used a 12mm open end wrench to turn the long rod that engages to the tool port on the hoist itself.
My problem has been that I...
You might want to look at the difference in your new truck spare tire hoisting set-up.
On mine, there is a long, hollow tube that spans from the hoist diagonally to the rear bumper. Probably 20 or...
I recently bought a 2007 Silverado, regular cab.
The spare tire tools (and jack) were missing.
I plan to use a hydraulic bottle jack for lifting but I need to know the dimensions of the "square...
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