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Thread: Used 2015 Chevy 1500 Lifter Question

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooseaholic View Post
    Thank you for the information. I’ve reached out to the dealership that did the repairs and in the meantime I’ll keep looking.

    My ‘97 K1500 died on the road last night so I am in a bit of a time crunch.

    Know of any used 1500 series Chevy/GMC crew cabs (gas) for sale that would get the KRT seal of approval?!
    What happened to the 97, how many miles did you have on it?
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    I need to get mine turned off on a 17 Silverado. Also need a leveling kit. Front sits too low for my liking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ndbrown213 View Post
    I need to get mine turned off on a 17 Silverado. Also need a leveling kit. Front sits too low for my liking.
    I know a guy!

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    I have the GM leveling kits in stock.
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedmonston2005 View Post
    This thread has my attention because I have a 2014 1500 5.3 liter and I was entertaining the idea of getting a AFM disabler that plugs in under the dash. Any thoughts on that? ( I really do want to turn off the AFM and run full V8 100% of the time.)
    Get Kevin to delete it, I had the Ranger plug in thingy on another truck and it will drain your battery if you leave it plugged in when not driving.
    It was a pain in the ass
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    What happened to the 97, how many miles did you have on it?
    I’ll know more tomorrow. The rollback will be here first thing to take it to the mechanic. I’m guessing the head gasket blew. Oil level is reading high, reservoir is empty, the drivers side valve cover is covered in oil. The other issue is a transmission/shifting issue.

    It’s barely broken in with 281k miles.
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    [QUOTE=KRT;2698088]Look forward to seeing you again Bone.... turn that crap off


    Came by this morning and was taken care of and gone in 30 minutes......Thanks A2Z
    Bone....

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    A2Z - I have a 2018 GMC 6.2 that has 100K drivetrain warranty with about 20K showing. I have been driving it in 7th gear to keep it from going into the v4 mode. Only lose about 2 mpg. When the GM dealer changes my oil, would they be able to see the delete and would you recommend doing the delete and chance losing the warranty?

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    [QUOTE=HERRINGBONE;2706393]
    Quote Originally Posted by KRT View Post
    Look forward to seeing you again Bone.... turn that crap off


    Came by this morning and was taken care of and gone in 30 minutes......Thanks A2Z
    They told me someone came by this morning, hate I missed you...
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DANNY View Post
    A2Z - I have a 2018 GMC 6.2 that has 100K drivetrain warranty with about 20K showing. I have been driving it in 7th gear to keep it from going into the v4 mode. Only lose about 2 mpg. When the GM dealer changes my oil, would they be able to see the delete and would you recommend doing the delete and chance losing the warranty?
    My delete leaves no footprint. Dealer will have no way to tell it’s turned off unless you bring it to their attention.

    I would have turned it off 80k miles ago if it was me.
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    I don't understand Government Motors loyalty?

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    From a former GM Man for the past 30 years. Get a Dodge or Toyota and be done with it. Even a ford with the 5.0 is better than the current GM trucks. Only way I would get a GM truck is a one prior to '06, preferably '99-'06, or the mid '80's square body.

    I told our local GM dealership that I was done with GM trucks until they get the AFM issue resolved. Head Mechanic there did tell me that they are looking at doing a redesign in '22-'24 on the AFM.

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    I hope they don’t resolve it.

    We just put lifters in a 2017 with 72k miles.

    They can’t meet emissions without AFM, and there will always be mechanical failure if you kill a cyl by dropping oil pressure to collapse a lifter.... always! I don’t care how they redesign it. They have 3 different revisions now and they all 3 have lifter or even worse, cam issues.
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    Of course 2007-13 being the worse.
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    Easily resolved with a baffle and an air pump.

    Get rid of all the AFM BS and install a baffle in the exhaust line. Vent to atmosphere prior to baffle and y in the line from the air pump after the baffle. Measure emissions post baffle. Problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tater View Post
    Easily resolved with a baffle and an air pump.

    Get rid of all the AFM BS and install a baffle in the exhaust line. Vent to atmosphere prior to baffle and y in the line from the air pump after the baffle. Measure emissions post baffle. Problem solved.
    The measurement in BAR or PSI?
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    Whatever the governing body requests, lmao

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    Bwaaahahahaetxh##!!*+
    More fuel = more boost!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRT View Post
    Bwaaahahahaetxh##!!*+
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