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  2. Read this topic, if it sits for a few days moisture cause the grounds to not make good enough contact. I have added double grounds and cleaned up the connections. Works most of the time but every once an awhile it happens.
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  4. Welcome to the Site! Damn you are next to my old stomping grounds lol. The 06 ISS is a badass truck. Did you purchase the truck with the mod. Seems like a solid set up for sure, a 4L80 or 6L90 would be a FIRE upgrade.
  5. Yes, I know a guy with a 6l80 swap but he has a turbo.... so those extra 2 gears get it moving.
  6. Hello and welcome! You've come to the right place.
  7. Has anyone swapped in a 6l80e in a SS?
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  9. I don't think the dodge TPMS can be programmed to the Chevy. I'm sure they have a different frequency. You could put your truck in re-learn mode by holding the check/okay button on the TPMS screen, try letting out a couple pounds of air from the dodge wheels and see if it programs, or if you have a TPMS reader to set it off. I do believe the 2019 Ram have gone to a 6 lug and for GM full size. I remember seeing a 2019 Ram on 24" GM replicas.
  10. I sometimes think mines getting up there with 110k... then I always see a post about one with a lot more miles, gives me faith that I have a good long term truck! Yours looks nice, I like the blues. Welcome!
  11. Now, that looks awesome! Welcome!
  12. Welcome to the forum! Cheers!
  13. Hello! Welcome to the forum!
  14. Hey all, just recently started having an issue. Truck doesn’t get driven much (if any) in the winter but I have been starting it two-three times a month and letting it warm up in the garage. A few nights ago I decided to take it to the store on a nice night. Started up initially pretty slow, felt like the battery had gotten a bit low so I took a long way to the store about 20 minutes or so to give the battery some time to charge, otherwise everything else was normal. 5 minutes after shutting it off about to head home it seemed to start on its last crank which was after just a second or two of ignition. This time the only gauges working were the tach and speedometer. Abs/ airbag/ CEL/ battery warnings were all on. I take the direct route home this time. When I got it back in the garage and shut it off the radio (kenwood double din) kept running so I had to manually shut it off. I let it sit on the slow charge overnight which brings us to where I’m at now. Everything still the same even with a full charge, the interior lights do not come on when I open the door or spin the dimmer all the way up, they do work when I push the button next to the lights on the ceiling. Dash/gauges are the same, radio is still manually off. This same thing seemed to be starting in the spring but I just put a new battery in and it was fine until recently. I’m no electronic expert, or even close so I am hoping someone may have a starting point. Like I said, this truck isn’t driven much in the winter so I have time to tinker with it. I’m hoping someone has a suggestion where to start or ideas what might be going on? A power drain somewhere? Can a low battery cause a limp mode that needs to be reset? thank you!
  15. This may be off topic on the SS forum but I was hoping someone could help me. I sold my 2005 Silverado SS and bought a 2016 Silverado LT 1500 with 18 inch wheels. Someone near me is selling a set of 2019 Dodge 20 inch wheels/tires that I believe will fit my truck. He has Chevy center caps too. My question is, will the TPMS in the dodge wheels be compatible with the system in my Silverado and will they read or calibrate automatically? Thanks.
  16. Howdy! welcome to the site fellow Texan.
  17. Nice! Thanks for the tip, Richard! Will keep that in mind.
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  20. Welcome! congrats on the purchase!
  21. Welcome to the forum! Cheers!
  22. Hola! Glad to have you with us.
  23. Hello! Welcome to the forum!
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