https://www.deere.com/en/engines-and-drivetrain/vehicle-electrification/ https://www.ivtinternational.com/news/agriculture/john-deere-develops-fully-electric-autonomous-tractor.html https://www.futurefarming.com/Machinery/Articles/2020/3/John-Deere-We-believe-in-electric-tractors-100-552869E/
WTF? They must have used different sensors and harnesses in those attached to a 5.3, or the torque of the 6.2 causes problems in these electronic parts (LOL). Those with the 5.3 have the same issue. SMDH.
I doubt it is the cause of all the complaints. Mine has had those symptoms since nearly new, as does a buddy's. Probably gets worse under this condition. I do think this is the same issue members have posted on here: https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/index.php?/topic/224729-Money-Light-on-8-Speed,-P0700+P0711
The change from 2016 to 2017 was going from analog to digital. I purchased a 2017 Tahoe and the dealer threw in the wrong headsets, from a 2016. Took a trip to the dealer to figure out the reason they wouldn't work was because they were the older analog ones and not the new digital. Once I got a digital set, worked fine. Still have the analog set I'm trying to sell.
8 speed? I have a 2016 that does the same thing. At 65k now. I'm original owner and has done it since new. Had the tranny flushed at 35k for other reasons. Had no affect on this "feature." Seems to be normal for the 8 speed. A buddy has a 2017 Sierra and has the same complaint.
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.
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