I have used the Michelin tires a number of times and they are a very good tire for winter conditions (that is why I buy them), but I did find that...
It could be the gauge, might be the sending unit, maybe a loose wire; they are electric.
Try changing the filter.
But what you really need to do is...
No, it didn't have headers, I pulled the cat and replaced it with a pipe.
Back in the days of OBD 1, I remove the cat and replaced it with a straight pipe (there was actually a pipe made for this purpose at that time.
Hahaha, you could be right
That could be the reason it pulls to the left.
Try moving the small tire and see if the pulling go away, or changes.
Haha, I agree. My favourite all round tire has been the Michelin LTX, it comes in a number of thread patterns and rubber compounds.
The rear would be the only place to run two different tires....and that would only be if the truck has an "open" diff.
The open diff would allow the...
Pretty sure nothing is broken, that's the way it works.
I don't think you can completely shut off the outside air.
When I removed mine (Avalanche), a quick peek under the truck showed I had to remove a couple of screws and then twist it while I removed it.
That's too big of a difference to live with. I don''t think there is any problem with the larger tires, but you should have four.
Suggestion.....go to the Firestone web site and look up the specs on both tires. Check the outside diameter to see how much difference there is.
I suspect the problem is lack of experience, I can't help because I've never had one apart. Did you try YouTube for a how-to
By this, you mean the PCM?
Why not just send it to a shop that provides custom tunes?
Have them remove the security lock out and then have them...
If your anywhere near Buffalo and you have a winter like last year, park it and buy a Ski-doo.
Guys, it's a TV show.......do you think you wear what you want to wear, do you think you say what you want to say.............NO.
You do as they...
Scott beat me to it; as I'm reading, I'm thinking it could be a tensioner, or idler bearing. These will fail a lot more often than alt bearings....
Or, in my truck I just move the headlight switch to DRL off. Note, I have a US truck, Canadian market trucks can not disable the DRL
No, that would be the mode door. The one that changes the air flow, from defrost, to vent, to floor.
The blend door is the one that changes air flow...
Normal, my truck is the same.
Here's a check, in the daylight, the dash lights can not be changed.
At night, you can adjust the brightness of the...
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