Even some 2016s were built without a capable HMI because of supply shortage. There is a thread on the forum discussing it. Bluetooth will not work for projection. The 2020s don't even have wireless projection yet. You could use Bluetooth to connect your phone audio which would then catch any audio directions your phone broadcasts. You could get a phone cradle that puts it up by your display if you want it in that area. Otherwise you'll have to do some customization with a newer HMI or aftermarket.
You need to have other apps installed that are compatible. You can see a list by opening AA while not connected, then open the menu. After you have apps installed, go back into AA, into Settings on the menu, and review this setting.
I have nav in mine also. Rarely use it. I prefer AA with Google Maps or Waze. These are constantly updated for free, both can show traffic, and Waze has even more real time info (accidents, debris, cops). If you play music from your phone, it sounds much better on Play Music than via Bluetooth. Lots of additional voice commands and apps are available in AA.
Here's one option. https://www.ebay.com/itm/263784156007 Measure your studs. If they are longer than your spacer thickness you'd have to cut them down. I wouldn't be a fan of that, especially if anyone ever wanted to remove the spacers later or with a stud centric spacer. I would only go with hub centric. Recently put a set of adapter/spacers on a TJ Wrangler. I only considered hub centric, and that is a much lighter vehicle that will not be used to tow.
https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ank/pts/d/isanti-chevy-silverado-mirrors/6985199604.html - swap and sell yours https://sacramento.craigslist.org/ptd/d/sacramento-used-parts-2015-chevrolet/6977503317.html - handles too if you need those
Noticed mine leaking around the pan area about 2 weeks ago (2016 with around 57k). Dealer found the pan seal leaking like others above. Said they have seen a fair number of them. They replace the whole pan and reseal, to ensure the pan isn't tweaked from prying it off. Luckily still under powertrain warranty. Been about a week since it was fixed. I need to climb under and check to see how sloppy they were with the sealant and ensure that stopped the leak.
I'm aware. I have the CSS for the truck. Didn't care for the look of the hose running over the intake and it's not boosted or run at WOT often, so took it off and didn't get one for the Tahoe.
Have an Elite Engineering E2-X on my 2017 Tahoe 5.3. Pics attached. Also have one on my 2016 Silverado 5.3. Work great and worth the extra cost. I have the base hoses and get some chemical smell occasionally. Would suggest better hoses.
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