What did you do to your NBS GMT800 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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  1. TheAutumnWind

    TheAutumnWind Full Access Member

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    That trailer connector looks nice! I need to get one of those.
     
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    Cleaned up my ground connections on the driver side frame. 20190515_135946.jpg 20190515_140738.jpg
    Also added a ground wire. 20190515_151707.jpg 20190515_151648.jpg
    Hoping this helps.
     
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  3. Tonyrodz

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    I also repositioned the trans vent hose. Just randomly fell. 20190515_134557.jpg 20190515_134842.jpg
     
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    Drag it on the ground for anti-static. :buttkick:
     
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    Yeah, love that it's plug-n-play. No more adapters for trailers without brakes!
     
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  6. ArcticYukon

    ArcticYukon The White Yuke has been superseded by a Red Hoe

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    I think I need to do this to my friend's '04. Replaced her driver's side window regulator yesterday and she informed me her driver's seat wasn't working. I checked the switches and... well... they're working... but the seat bottom switch is completely backwards. Up is down, down is up, forward is backward and backward is forward. The seat heaters don't work at all.

    So I told her that her seat works, but for whatever reason someone put the switch in backwards or plugged the motors in backwards. She said, "No, that's the thing.... no one ever touched them. This stupid thing just went haywire all of a sudden. The electronics in it are all messed up."

    Didn't occur to me while I was there to check the grounds, but that's exactly what I should've done.
     
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    When that reverse action of the seat motors happens, supposedly that's the bcm acting up. I've read to correct it, the bcm needs to be reflashed. Don't know if that's true, but I've run into ALOT of the reversed seat motors deal. ALOT!
     
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    Mine has done that exact thing. Just out of the blue everything is backwards.
    Where is the bcm and how do I get it flashed? Is there other symptoms related to that also?

    2004 Z71 Suburban Green I have a few upgrades done.
     
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    HiHoeSilver Away!

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    Oil change right at 3000 on Blackstone recommendation as my wear numbers rose markedly last time. It was insanely cold, and I ran a 6k interval. Level was a little low by the time I changed it. Hopefully they look back to my normal trends this time around.

    Emptied catch can. First time with the stainless scrubber inside. Hard to compare volume since it's only a 3k interval, but seems good relatively.

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    I always weigh my wix filters . This was 3800 miles .
    Yes I drain the old one first . Keeping the carbon loose. [​IMG][​IMG]

    Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
     
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