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2012 Silverado Duramax:
Wiggled my ISS around

Think its time to address the column clunk I have, anyone with an LML dealt with it yet? Its not severe but its noticeable..

I can grab mine on the engine side and the dash side and can make it clunk.

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2012 Silverado Duramax:
Wiggled my ISS around

Think its time to address the column clunk I have, anyone with an LML dealt with it yet? Its not severe but its noticeable..

I can grab mine on the engine side and the dash side and can make it clunk.

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Same problem with my LMM. ISS replacement (not OEM) fixed it.
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New Michelin Stealth XT wiper blades, greased the front end, checked all fluids (DEF level is OK ) rotated tires and checked brakes, zip tied my passenger side fender liner to remedy some very light rubbing with the new wheels, wiped the dash down with some Armor-All, vacuumed the mud out of the floorboard and parked it till next weekend when I venture to the other end of our fine state to drink beer and sling hot lead (not at the same time ) at fuzzy bunnies being pursued by some of the finest beagles the world has ever seen, where I will once again outshoot all my buddies 12 gauges with my sweet little Remington 28 gauge side by side Toy Gun . Wabbit Season!!

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Armor-all
'60s tech....dangerous in this era....dissolves things you'd rather not have disappear.

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'60s tech....dangerous in this era....dissolves things you'd rather not have disappear.
Before I joined this forum I thought, by my own experience with our fleet of trucks at work, that a Duramax/Allison with a Chevy truck wrapped around it was one of the most bullet-proof, reliable, gettin stuff done vehicles ever bolted together. Couple hours of forum reading and Im scared to back it out of the driveway

Now your telling me Armor-All, Americas most beloved slick-n-shine is crap? If you start picking on Jeeps next were not going to be friends anymore.
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OverRated. Next you'll start tellin' me 'bout STP.
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Not really good for tires (health) or white lettering, nor dash-not-crack-treat, but on the inside, if you get it on anything dash/knob/switch with white lettering,....it tends to just wipe right off.

303 is a better choice. But if AA works for ya....

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Installed two new AcDelco batteries on the 06' 3500 dually, last time I replaced was Oct. 2013, not too bad. Six years and two months.
What are the part numbers and CCAs?

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