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Hi, finally became an owner of a V8 and and Silverado SS at that. I'm very happy with my purchase although out needs a little TLC but I'm happy with it, coming from a Honda it's a whole different world it seems, don't get me wrong I like my Honda but I'm liking this truck even more. 7ec62c058f44fe93b508fa1b0736da87.jpge3520aca24795bd963979fa385506b98.jpga89b1628f9797ce7905b33c39d34dec0.jpg924323c4d707fb773252cbb47706a7bd.jpg86e7990b839839083000534f799f3d80.jpg55b00a720bd522399a54323f1cde7c95.jpg

 

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Welcome to the site, and the SS world. What the heck did they do to the headliner? That is just plain WRONG.

 

Change the heater element when you replace the seat cover. (You can find the seat covers on ebay).

 

The drivers door control panel could ude a little double sided tape. Easy fix.

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Welcome to the site, and the SS world. What the heck did they do to the headliner? That is just plain WRONG.

 

Change the heater element when you replace the seat cover. (You can find the seat covers on ebay).

 

The drivers door control panel could ude a little double sided tape. Easy fix.

Actually the seat warmers work, the truck in general needs some work. It has a noise coming from the front diff for sure but it's kind of hard to tell if the rear one is also bad

 

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Actually the seat warmers work, the truck in general needs some work. It has a noise coming from the front diff for sure but it's kind of hard to tell if the rear one is also bad

 

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My point about replacing the heating element is that; If the cover has been on long enough to look like that, the heater element has seen a lot of wear also. You don't want to go through the trouble and effort of replacing the cover only to have the heater element fail in another year and have to do it all over again.

 

I have replaced the seat bottom cover and, while it's not a really tough job, It's not one I'd line up to do every month or so.

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My point about replacing the heating element is that; If the cover has been on long enough to look like that, the heater element has seen a lot of wear also. You don't want to go through the trouble and effort of replacing the cover only to have the heater element fail in another year and have to do it all over again.

 

I have replaced the seat bottom cover and, while it's not a really tough job, It's not one I'd line up to do every month or so.

Oh okay that makes sense. Hey are the interiors on this truck the same color as all the other trim levels like an LS, LT etc?

 

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Welcome to the site , and congrats on the SS. I also made the transition from a Honda ! Enjoy the new MPGs lol

 

- Billy

Thank you. Yes the MPGs are defiantly different but so is the power LoL

 

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