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  1. If memory serves, I’d say around 1100. That’s certainly an option where you could save money. You’ll have to make sure it’s the same year vehicle. Programming cost will most likely be higher since the cluster would be used.
  2. Sorry guys. Thought I had already posted. If I recall, I did a write up at tahoeyukon forum. You’ll need a Denali cluster programmed to your specific vehicle from GTPrix (make sure the HUD is enabled) and the HUD unit. An HUD specific cluster visor and dash trim along with the switch. Our vehicles aren’t prewired, but I can make a harness. I’d encourage you to take a look at my write up to see more details.
  3. Is there an updated wireless charging module specifically for 2018 Canyons? It may be different than the one for a full size truck/SUV. I’d grab a VIN for a 2018 Canyon with that option and see if the part number is different than the one listed for yours.
  4. The fourth wire (brown) is actually the fault indicator control. The other three are similar in function.
  5. I have a 15.5 and can’t directly confirm exactly what you’re asking. However, for a 2018 according to GM Service info, the 3 wires going into the wireless charger connector, both the accessory ignition voltage and the indicator control signal (pins 1 & 3, respectively) are listed as 22AWG. The ground (pin2), is listed as 18AWG. GMSi also shows the same wire sizes, colors and positions for my 2015.5.
  6. I had a single dead leaf fall into the blower fan when changing the cabin air filter. Made a similar noise. It’s an easy fix if that’s the issue. Remove the cover under the dash and remove 2 or 3 screws (can’t remember) to drop the blower and inspect. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. I just left the dealer. The rubber mat was the old design with only 9 ribs. He used a 2018 VIN when ordering. Now he’s ordered the bezel and mat together to see if they send the updated one. I don’t know why they won’t change the part number to make it simple.
  8. Nicely done! I’m determined to get these to work on my Yukon. Unfortunately, neither side of the under hood connector (body to chassis) is pinned. I’ll have to chase those connections down. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. I would get a VIN from a 2018 that has it and give that to him. I think they have to use a VIN that has the option to be able to order when in a back order status.
  10. I had him order one as well. I’ll let you know which version I get. So the module harness is separate from the rest of the console harness?
  11. I clarified with him what I was looking for. I gave him the VIN for a 2018 Yukon Denali to use. He gave me p/n 23264395 and said it was about $9.
  12. Thanks for the heads up. I’ll check back with him and let you guys know.
  13. I talked with my parts guy at the dealer this morning. The 2018 rubber charging pad p/n is 22792224 and runs around $15.
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