I had the same issue on my truck. low coolant 4 times, once was a stuck actuator for the climate control. They finally did narrow it down to the evaporator, but only after it was dye/pressure tested, and they used a camera to navigate to and inspect the evaporator, before they dissembled the truck. I too was concerned, but I only noticed one trim piece not snapped on tight. One little push, and it was in. No rattles at all from the dash.
Yeah people bitched because no glasses fit in them, although mine did. So GM removed it. People bitched about no drivers side handle, and that the steering wheel was not centered. So GM centered the steering wheel, and added a grab bar to the drivers side. Now there's bitching about the grab bar being to close the steering wheel, and people hit their hands and/or cigarettes on them. In this day in age, you can't make anyone happy. I bought a $3 clip for my glasses that goes on the visor, problem solved.
I will now be on my 5th attempt at fixing it later today. Anyone ever get a resolution on the drivers side no AC? I've had 3 recharges, and 1 damper accuator replacement. No luck still, and no sign of the dye from the leak. I have a feeling my truck will soon look like truck pictured above.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KVKN9PZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and while your ordering, if needed get the center console organizer. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RBP29HC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
First shift of the day only? I'm no transmission guy, but I've read enough on here that is has to do with the fluid thickness, availability, and what clutch pack it can get to when shifting for the first time. Only any combination of those three. You will notice it more in the winter when the fluid is really cold. I'll even go as far as to say I've read it may slip by design to build heat up in the transmission to free the fluid up.
My 2019 RST turns down. I did notice once when it didn't, but that's because the AC wasn't working, so no matter what the truck did it never reached the cooler temperature. If you adjust the temp up a few degrees do the fans slow down? Also, if the fans are loud, make sure all your vents are open. Increased air flow because of a closed vent will make the it sound louder.
Didn't GM give wifi access for the month of April? Covid-19 related? I'm guessing it's gone now, and this is why we are getting the message? I've been getting it too, but I haven't done any recent update.
The headrest noise has been common since 2019 models, most guys take the headrest out, and spread the bars apart a smidgen. This kind of wedges them tighter when you insert them back in. Found that worked for me.
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