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jwhjr

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  1. I've just always put enough down and paid extra each month to never be upside down to start. If I finance a vehicle, I work to pay that loan off as fast as possible.
  2. I did the same this past weekend at 20K miles. Plenty fuzzy. I did it based on others experience on here. Easy swap and cheap insurance I guess.
  3. Tested mine last night after updating to 13.6 (11 Pro) and everything worked as it did before so the update seems to have worked for me. Again I'm in a 2018, but was having the same issue as those posting here and it hopefully seems to be resolved.
  4. I was thinking an update issue as well. Hopefully sorted out in the next update.
  5. I'm having the same issue in my 2018. Worked perfectly up until a couple months ago and now it's very hit or miss. I'll keep watching this thread to see if anyone has an answer.
  6. Same. Made it through 4 kids never forgetting someone in the back seat lol.
  7. I was unable to use points from my truck purchase online for parts. Had to print up the certificate and use in the dealer. I tried to use it through one of the online gm parts vendors to no avail.
  8. Paint Protection Film. It's the clear plastic that you can have put on the front end and actually the entire vehicle if you really wanted to. I had it put on my truck immediately and haven't had any issues with paint chips in front after a year.
  9. A guy I worked with printed up a pair for me, and I'll swing by his place and grab them tomorrow. Thanks again!
  10. Yep, posted about the US one the same day I got the notification in the app - Had it done a couple weeks ago. Didn't have any issues before or so far after.
  11. Got this today and have my appointment scheduled... GM Program #: N192265660 Date Issued: Jan 07, 2020 Program Title: Rear Window Defroster Thermal Events - US Only - Exp. 1/31/2022 Program Description: Certain 2014-2019 model year Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra vehicles equipped with a power sliding rear window (RPO A48) may have areas of high electrical resistance on the rear defroster circuit. This could be caused, in part, by mechanical stress from opening and closing the rear power window, intrusion of debris, and use of the rear defroster. Over time, this condition could generate heat that could melt the areas surrounding the circuit. In rare instances, this heat could cause a non-propagating fire, increasing the risk of property damage or injury. Repair Description: Dealers will replace the buss bar covers and contact cover. If the rear window or sliding glass assembly appears damaged due to an occurrence of high electrical resistance on the rear defroster circuit, they should also be replaced.
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