Top products from r/Chevy

We found 20 product mentions on r/Chevy. We ranked the 31 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/colethetechie · 1 pointr/Chevy

Yes and no. I didn't touch anything metal or have to take airbag out. I just undid three screws below and took off plastic housing. Below is what I purchased, I'm not sure if it will fit Malibu or not, as mine is the Cobalt. I think it was pretty easy, make sure you don't strip screw like I did. It was a pain to get out. 😂

ACDelco D6254E GM Original Equipment Turn Signal and Headlamp Dimmer Switch

u/stiv2k · 1 pointr/Chevy

> how big of a job am I looking at?

We need to make sure your wiring harness is not damaged/chewed by critters before making that call. Wiring repairs generally aren't too hard if you know how to properly cut and splice. The O2 sensor is only 4 wires. The sensor itself is only held in by the threads, so it's as easy as unscrewing the old one and screwing the new one back in. Sometimes these oxygen sensor adapters for your ratchet can help a lot for loosening the old one since it can be on there pretty tight.

u/HotPretzelz · 1 pointr/Chevy

I have decided to purchase these from amazon. I will let people know how they fit. I figured a universal set would be better than a custom one that did not fit at all.

u/hobbestigertx · 2 pointsr/Chevy

The key to pulling the door panel is to use the right tool.

You just slide it under the panel and slide it left or right to find the fastener. Then use it as a lever to pop the fastener loose. Works like a charm.

You can find it at any auto parts store for less than $10. A million uses beyond pulling door panels too.

u/RYDSLO · 1 pointr/Chevy

If you've got a 2000-2005 Impala, the job is the same as the Monte Carlo for all intents and purposes. I've done the job before (actually was replacing the pulse board, but same process) and it's not too bad as these things go.

One thing you might want to do while you're in there is to replace the cabin air filter and get this updated shield to keep water from leaking into the passenger floor board.

YouTube link

u/Eine_Bier_Getrunken · 1 pointr/Chevy

Well, out where i am in Cali, I rarely see temps < 40 haha. Are they by chance these? I would probably replace the halos that come in them because the reviews say they die.

u/enigmasolver · 1 pointr/Chevy

Steel wheels sounds like a LS model (no push button start, no button on door handle to open with key in pants pocket) which would be 13503205. Cheapest I saw it was at the Amazon link below

u/equinoxthrowaway · 1 pointr/Chevy

Yeah this sucks. I didn't even ask the salesman if it supported music because I was sure that it would. I ended up ordering a Kinivo BTC450 for bluetooth streaming. It has great reviews and is supposedly good for calling as well but it's a big bummer for my new car to be missing such a basic feature.

u/harrisonboll · 1 pointr/Chevy

I have a 2014 Equinox and I bought this last week, I just installed it this morning. It works well with my IPhone 7 but there isn't a great spot for it due to the vent orientations. I have it up high on the center vent right now and it works okay. They also sell a version the auctions to the window, that way it can go anywhere.

u/ShaneTrain13 · 1 pointr/Chevy

I work as a detailer and my tool of choice is a brush with rubber "teeth" on it similar to [this one] (

u/Knoxie_89 · 2 pointsr/Chevy

Matte Black 5" iBoard Running Boards 07-16 Silverado/Sierra Ext.Cab/Double Cab

u/canuckalert · 1 pointr/Chevy

If it has an AUX port then just use a Himbox.

u/KubaWysota · 1 pointr/Chevy

The mount is just a regular mount that is meant to be hung off of houses. I mounted that at the bottom of my bed, and then toward the top I actually used a door handle (lol), intentionally not big enough to go around the pole, I drilled it around the pole so it kind of bent around it, securing it.

For the pole, it is just a black steel pole, 3/4", 5 foot tall. I got all of those at my hardware store.

It sits just fine, I've had at 100 mph and it sure as hell wasn't going anywhere.

I can't get to my truck right now, the transmission blew just yesterday unfortunately, but I drew this picture to kind of show how it looked.

u/MrMcSwifty · 1 pointr/Chevy

Is it though? More reliable and convenient for sure. But similar price? Most of the AFM delete kits I find are in the 5-600 dollar range, and that's not including install if you're not mechanically inclined enough to do it yourself (I'm not).

I bought one of these from Range Tech on sale at the time for $150 and it was the best thing I've ever done for my 06 Monte. Burns literally zero oil now, whereas before my consumption before was similar to OPs. No complaints at all besides when I forget to disable it before going in for an inspection sticker here in MA and failing OBD readiness.

Whatever route you go... agreed 100% that killing DOD/AFM is crucial for these cars.

One last question if you don't mind, how did do you disable traction control completely? You're right that the button doesn't do much. Even with it off the car still cuts engine power when it detects too much wheel spin. Most annoying thing ever.