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 on: Today at 12:04 PM 
Started by wakebdr - Last post by wakebdr
Yes, sorry I should have replied here.  The updated version worked fine.

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 on: Today at 10:52 AM 
Started by ygmn - Last post by ygmn
This topic has been moved to Problems: Systems .

http://www.chevyavalanchefanclub.com/cafcna/index.php?topic=152976.0

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 on: Today at 10:41 AM 
Started by AVinSbyCt - Last post by AVinSbyCt
Manual?! Who checks those?! 
My thoughts were leaning toward the sensor as everything was fine before. My hopes were something simple!
Going to give the shop a call...
Thanks V  :thumbsup:

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 on: Today at 10:23 AM 
Started by wakebdr - Last post by 13AVSET
Hehe, good deal.  I'll probably go with the newer ones as they look easier to find, and a little cheaper.  I also worry I'll get older modules that don't have as long a battery life as they should.  The ones I'm replacing are only about 3 years old and they've already died.

WAKEBDR,

Did you try the newer TPMS version?  Do they work, any issues with pairing?  Thanks.

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 on: Today at 10:05 AM 
Started by AVinSbyCt - Last post by Vaeagleav
Not sure if the 2012 AV has a display dimmer switch on dash or not, you may want to check your owner's manual and see if switch is set on dim....
Other thing might be the dash top light sensor is covered,loose or dead making the AV think it's nighttime and automatically goes to dim.
Good luck finding the solution.

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 on: Today at 09:58 AM 
Started by AVinSbyCt - Last post by AVinSbyCt
Like it says, the radio lights dimmed, so low I can barely see them. This as well as the DIC display in the gauges. They were fine when I picked it up from the body shop after a tornado decided to drop a couple trees on her. Then I noticed they were dim and thought maybe the cloud cover was messing that up. Over the weekend, they were either nice and bright or not!
So, suggestions?
Could it have anything to do with the body shop repairs (hood, windshield door, fender and roof)? Or just it's time to fix something?
Thanks! 

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 on: Today at 07:12 AM 
Started by dwdooley - Last post by dwdooley
Does it look something like this

Yes .... ACDelco part #18M2395 ;   I just got in a hurry and first ordered 18M2404 which is identical except is without outlet port for traction control module. I will receive replacement on Tuesday.  I am trying to stick with OEM since a friend of mine that has a shop told me he was working on a 2500 hydro-boost system that after using aftermarket parts and changing hydro-boost also; didn't fix it until he finally got a OEM master cylinder.

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 on: Today at 06:10 AM 
Started by ygmn - Last post by LoneWolfbd
 :welcome: MP1155 to the club.

Brian

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 on: Today at 06:09 AM 
Started by ygmn - Last post by LoneWolfbd
 :welcome: mrglock to the club.

Brian

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 on: Yesterday at 05:32 PM 
Started by Avawrench - Last post by EXT4ME
Perhaps a trip to a local salvage yard and have a look at similar vehicles would give a clue as to what used to be at that location.

There are many different GM trucks that probably share that part.

Just carry with you the tools you think you would need to access that part.

And you might get you a replacement part, as well.

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