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post #1501 of 2563 (permalink) Old 01-29-2016, 01:05 PM
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The sound is actually a whole lot better coming from the flash drive.
I'll have to try the flash drive option because IMHO the sound from the radio, satellite, Bluetooth, and direct cable connect absolutely SUCKS!!!
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I'll have to try the flash drive option because IMHO the sound from the radio, satellite, Bluetooth, and direct cable connect absolutely SUCKS!!!
I think when it comes to music, it depends on the quality of file you are playing. I have 320kb/s format and they sound fine in the jbl tundra and better in the mark levinson lexus. Tried usb while charging, same sound to me...


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I think when it comes to music, it depends on the quality of file you are playing. I have 320kb/s format and they sound fine in the jbl tundra and better in the mark levinson lexus. Tried usb while charging, same sound to me...
I use a flash drive all the time. I didn't think I ever really would, but the truck had the usb port so I figured I might as well try it. I bought the smallest one I could find so I barely notice it's there, and it let me take most of the music off of my phone that was taking up space. Turned out it's pretty convenient and I use it at least 75% of the time I'm driving.

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I feel like I have the opposite problem, even on the lowest setting the heater is still blowing out a bit of hot air, and when I have it turned off I can still feel a little hot air seeping out of the vents. If you really want it off you have to turn the temp to medium so it's blowing out normal temp air. I'm in Pittsburgh, and I know some places are colder, but I think it works pretty well. I just wish the lowest setting put out about 50% of the air it does.
If you turn the recirculating button on, any air flow will stop.


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If you turn the recirculating button on, any air flow will stop.
That's some good information! Thanks for giving me a heads up. I'll try that out this afternoon.

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Its been a while since I posted in this thread. Additional things I don't like about my Tundra:

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Rear main seal (at 1200 miles)
Front pedestrian sensor (12,000 miles)
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There are only a few things I don't like. Main thing is the touchy gas pedal.....The other is the bed bounce. Drives me nuts

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Gawddamn, this metal is thin!!

In the last two months I have two dents in my 2015's front quarter panels from careless people's shopping carts. Not just smudges, but dents w/scratches.

And washing my truck today I find another two inch long ding from something else, high up on the fender near the hood....road debris? There is no offroading here, just suburbia SoCal streets and freeways.

Aarrgghh....


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The headlights aren't very good. I have a 2016 CM and when the dim lights are on, it feels/looks like I a driving down the road holding a flashlight. I need to keep the brights on in order to see anything.
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The headlights aren't very good. I have a 2016 CM and when the dim lights are on, it feels/looks like I a driving down the road holding a flashlight. I need to keep the brights on in order to see anything.
did you adjust them with the switch to raise up higher off the ground?
also, i added some HID's in both the headlamps and fogs....my truck is stupid bright.

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There are only a few things I don't like. Main thing is the touchy gas pedal.....The other is the bed bounce. Drives me nuts
Im with you on this....this is the worst I can come up with....aside from a rusty ass body that is
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There are only a few things I don't like. Main thing is the touchy gas pedal.....The other is the bed bounce. Drives me nuts
They have a reprogram to reduce the touchy pedal my 15 doesn't do it like earlier models and bed bounce get better shocks it helps
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Gawddamn, this metal is thin!!

In the last two months I have two dents in my 2015's front quarter panels from careless people's shopping carts. Not just smudges, but dents w/scratches.

And washing my truck today I find another two inch long ding from something else, high up on the fender near the hood....road debris? There is no offroading here, just suburbia SoCal streets and freeways.

Aarrgghh....
Agreed. I have two small dents. Both of which i caused, but I know for a fact that doing the same thing never caused dents in my Dodge Rams.


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Gawddamn, this metal is thin!!

In the last two months I have two dents in my 2015's front quarter panels from careless people's shopping carts. Not just smudges, but dents w/scratches.

And washing my truck today I find another two inch long ding from something else, high up on the fender near the hood....road debris? There is no offroading here, just suburbia SoCal streets and freeways.

Aarrgghh....
Agreed! I put a dent in it washing my roof! Interior panels don't hold up any better.
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Agreed! I put a dent in it washing my roof! Interior panels don't hold up any better.
Speaking of door panels......holy chit are these things really as cheap and crappy as they seem to be. I noticed a few marks on my drivers door panel yesterday. I grabbed my 303 cleaner and proceeded to clean the marks off. No luck. They're actually spots where the black color has rubbed off!! I can literally take my finger nail and remove the color from my door panel. (not scratching hard by the way). Someone tell me this is not normal and I've just got some defective panels or something. I'm going to politely voice my concerns at my next service.

I've also got the weird green spots that several have mentioned. On door panels and the side plastic of my seats.

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