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Please pay attention to dates on threads & posts
Generally speaking, it is not good to revive old, long dormant threads (threads dormant for two years or more). Previous posters may have long ago solved their issue, or moved on, and may not ever see your reply.

If you have a similar question or issue with your Silverado or Sierra, please start a new thread instead of hijacking someone else's thread.

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