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Old 02-13-2004, 05:00 PM   #15
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Originally posted by thenewkid64
Kidding aside, avoid the Black. It is a nightmare to keep clean and after a year or two every little scratch will show. Going with a lighter color will eliminate this as well as lighten your BTU load
As someone who went from a white pickup to a black pickup, I can attest to this. BTW, anybody want to help me wash and wax my Dakota? It has been almost a week, and it shows...

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Old 02-13-2004, 05:19 PM   #16
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I went to a chevy dealer 6weeks ago, more to try to win the free vehicle (On-Star promo) than to actually buy one.

Since then the salesman has been calling me twice a week.

When he called this afternoon I asked him about the differerance in degronification heat load pumkin belt line stuff.

He said the engineering department has been working on it, but all they can recommend at this time (see service bulletin 105-NJM-16637) if you have a black Duramax chevy is to cover it with aluminum foil, glued down with spray adhesive.
(This SB only covers the Duramax option. Gas chevies see SB 105-njm-16637 rev b.)

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