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All GM pickups of that age have the piston slap problem. As far as I know there are about 10 model years that have the problem and GM would not fix the issue. You can live with it, or do what I did.
I changed over to AMSOIL and about 90% of the piston slap sound went away. You will need to buy their cleaner, fit a new filter, and follow the instructions. Then drain the oil, put on an AMSOIL filter and fill with recommended weigth of AMSOIL. Should solve the probelm and you will not need to change the oil as often because AMSOIL has a longer life.

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