You know you're a GMT owner when...

Mooseman

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Time to bring this thread back...

When you do just about anything to avoid having to bring your truck to the dealer.
 

Mooseman

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You know so many acronyms you lose noobs after their first post.

Replace the CPAS and do a CASE relearn after resetting the PCM because of P0014. It might go into REP if the TPS is defective on the TB. The TCC is actuated by PWM.
 

Capote

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When you always have that gremlin creak or squeak coming from somewhere in the interior
 

littleblazer

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When what fixes the 360 also works on full sizes but everything is just bigger. Hub for example.
 

Capote

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When you can identify GMT330, GMT360, and GMT800 parts from 50 meters away at a Pick n' Pull Yard
 

Capote

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Tiggerr said:
When you can't find anyone who has any nice wheels for this bastard f*****g bolt pattern.! Lol
Love my rig tho!
Search 6x127, more results brother
 

Mounce

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When you can hear a motor start out of sight and know that it's got the 5.3 by the way the starter sounds and how it cranks.

Picked up that one when we had the silverado.
 

Mooseman

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When you get better/more accurate info on your truck from enthusiasts on a forum than from the dealer.
 

littleblazer

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You only get 15 mpg highway and your first thought is to check the catalytic converter.
 

Mooseman

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You remove the crossbars or rack completely in the faint hope that you might eek out an extra 0.02 MPG.
 

Mooseman

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Time for a revival!

You know you're a GMT owner when you can justify $500 per month to fix your old truck but not $329 per month for a new one.
 

Mooseman

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you have to be careful buying wheels because 16" from a SWB TB/Voy will not fit an EXT/XL because of the bigger brakes. :Banghead:
 

littleblazer

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Ignition switches are almost routine maintenance.

You're suprised the end links are going on two years without making a sound.

A dirty throttle body is somehow related.

You almost want the autoparts guy to replace your burnt out tail bulb just to watch someone else lose it while trying to get out the screws.
 

shovenose

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You know you're a GMT owner when you only clean a few inches of your truck to put a sticker on... and then put it on crooked :/ I have 9 more stickers, so I might do it over.



You also know you're a GMT owner when your gauge cluster has more lights than a Christmas tree.

 
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littleblazer

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You know you're a GMT owner when you only clean a few inches of your truck to put a sticker on... and then put it on crooked :/ I have 9 more stickers, so I might do it over.



You also know you're a GMT owner when your gauge cluster has more lights than a Christmas tree.

If it was a hillary sticker most people would say it's straight. :crackup:
 

Mooseman

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You notice that the local Honda dealership drives a Silverado.Honda Silverado.JPG
 

Capote

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You can't just say your truck has an i6, instead you give the entire engine name and title
 

Mooseman

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You can name each of the models from each GM Division for GMT360's/370's (TrailBlazer, Envoy, Bravada, Rainier, Ascender, 9-7x)
 

MikeHayes

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I had the pleasure of the non functioning spare tire holder today. It is no longer attached.... :2thumbsup: My 2004 Trailblazer EXT is still running great but reading this thread from the beginning is scaring me. (Knocks on wood, Prays to GM gods, Sacrifices a Prius.)
 

Mooseman

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You know you're a GMT owner when you become paranoid about everything you read in the "You know you're a GMT owner when" thread. :biggrin:
 

littleblazer

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You know you're a gmt owner when you mash the brake pedal and it goes right to the floor...
 

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