I have a 2016 Denali. I have had brake issues since 6K miles. Between dealing with the dealer ship for warranty work and the issues i have had with my last 3 gm trucks, I think this might be my last.
They are add on sensors for the factory gm theft system. One was a tilt sensor, it would set off the factory alarm if a unauthorized tow is in progress Then the shock sensor is pretty self explanatory. Same concept as the tilt accept if someone was to bang or jump on the bed it would set the factory alarm off. Someone had stated that the these sensors in question could be disabled easy. Is there any info i could read on this? Thanks
Great info! thanks for that. Heres a link direct from GMC explaining the system in the own words. This just further elaborates what sdog4127 has posted. With all this info there shouldn't be any reason to not understand how to use the system. http://www.gmc.com/gmc-life/how-to/when-to-use-four-wheel-drive.html
I was looking in the manual for my 2016 GMC Sierra Denali for info on shock sensor or tow sensor. It mentions very little about both items. I had a 2009 chevy silverado ltz before and i was able to add both GM OEM sensors and had the dealer program them to the truck. This does not seem to be the case now, can anyone shine some light on this? any info on this would be appreciated. Thanks!
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