Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Golden Colorado
if your deploying out wait a couple months while your over there and get some cash built up then order a high performance trans from one of these vendors on here. or just ask on here. guys on here are very knowlegable. thats pretty much the only way your gonna fix your trans with out sacrificing power. as for the other problems, you may need a new realy for your wipers or possible take the conections off including the grounds and clean them up. same with the ac/heater. if your parents live in florida with you have your dad if you trust him to get this done for you and just give him money for it as you are deployed. i had a car that had a lot of problems with it and when i got deployed i left my car with my dad and just gave him money to fix it since he is a mechanic and when i came back i had a nice car. and you may not think so but your truck is very reliable, its just when you start putting things on it and running it hard all the time, example your chip cranked all the way up, somethings gotta give and unfortunatly its the tranny. so i would turn down the chip so you can still drive it until you leave and then while your gone get the problems fixed then when you come home you got yourself a truck that can handle the power you want to have. and dont have to much fun in the sandbox. coming from a former marine.
03 GMC crew, short. 4x4 5" exhaust, edge juice attitude, afe stage 2 intake, mouth peice mod, PPE boost valve. Transynd and Royal purple for the rest
Proud Vetran of USMC:rockin