Anyone had the software updated for the BRAKE WEAR INDICATOR, that is supposed to correct the DIC showing excessive brake wear? Just wondering if it is working properly, or should I say more realistically, after having it updated?
Hey instead of worrying about what someone else does or does not do, how about someone tell me about the results, after the dealer has supposedly updated the brake sensor software and reset them. My thoughts are if GM puts it there, I am sure you pay for it, so it should somehow work. I am curious in the results of someone that has had there dealer update the software.
I did one in 2014 with a SILVERADO, did not ask for it, they called me from a special GM department in Saginaw, Michigan and informed me they would like to buy the vehicle back. The whole process took less than two weeks and it would have been quicker, but I had to provide them with some of my expenses from original purchase, which they reimbursed me for and then time to find a vehicle to replace it with.
On my 2019 LTZ Z71 Silverado there is a round control nob on the left upper side of the dash, as you face the steering wheel. It has a trailer marked on it for turning it left and a racing flag to turn it to the right. Anyone know what this exactly does? I was told it is a sport mode.
I have an 2019 LTZ with the up level 3 INFOTAINMENT with the Navigation and the BOSE. I have it connect to my home network, but it is still on version 509. I sometime think it has a problem connecting to WIFI network. On my 2017 it would always show on the screen connected to the network, but on the new one the connection status icon comes on and shows on the screen for a second or so, then it disappears.
I have noticed on my new 2019 SILVERADO LTZ I cannot change favorite or any radio stations from FM to XM or XM to AM with the steering wheel activated VOICE COMMAND. It will however change channels from with AM to AM or XM to XM. This was a feature my 2014 SILVERADO LT AND my 2017 SILVERADO LTZ would do, come on General Motors, REALLY!
Check out Summit City Chevrolet in Fort Wayne, (260) 432-0677. I was going to order a pretty much loaded DOUBLECAB LTZ, they found one in Indianapolis, exactly what I wanted and had it at there dealership the next day. I noticed they had several RST on there lot. I dealt with Scot Wilder and last Tuesday I signed the papers and brought it home and it was a LEASE.
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Anyone else notice that the 2019 Silverado has different recommended tire pressure for front and rear tires. I just picked up a new Doublecab Z71 LTZ and I noticed recommended tire pressure, on inside of door was 32 psi for steer axle and 35 psi for back axle. Not a real big deal, other than having to check tire pressure when doing tire rotations
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I test drove a 2019 LTZ Z71 Doublecab yesterday. I noticed it did not have the turn signals indicator in the mirror, but in the bottom of the mirror I noticed what I thought was lights that did not light up and on the back of the mirror I noticed two, what appeared to be led's and they also did not come on with lights, turn signals and or four ways. It had the SAFETY FEATURE 1 & 2, which included all the safety features, they didn't seem to be consistently working.
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