Anybody have EGR in channel rain guards? Are they any good? I bought my truck used and it has GMC tape on rain guards on the front windows. One was installed incorrectly, so I was thinking about replacing them with in channels, but I was reading reviews that the in channel guards can scratch the window or prevent the window auto-up from working correctly.
I found this scratch on my door with some white paint transfer. I used some rubbing compound and got the white paint off. What is left looks silver, like it could be down to the metal. I can't feel the scratches at all. They're completely smooth. Not sure if this is because I used the rubbing compound or because they're not really down to the metal. Not sure what to do next.
Really? You felt the need to give me grief about this? It was late at night when I ordered it and figured I could trust an auto parts customer service dept to help me get the right size. Go pound sand, RT.
I just bought a used 2014 a couple weeks ago with 25,000 miles on it. I also bought from a non-GMC dealership and they were able to offer me the GMC extended warranty. I think it was $2300 to bump the warranty up to 7 years, 100,000 miles.
Man, that sucks. This is my favorite feature in the wife's Jeep stereo. I always channel surf and wind up listening to more interesting music when I can see who is playing rather than "settling" for a decent song. Basically, it's like having a channel guide for your radio.
Is there a way to display what band/song is playing on each of your favorite SiriusXM channels? My wife's Jeep has this and it's great on long rides to radio surf by checking out which band is playing on each of the favorite stations, rather than have to tune to each station to find out what's on.
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