Just don't use CarPlay for play selection - use the default GM audio app. It might take a minute or so for it to load your full music library, but it doesn't lock you out while driving like CarPlay does.
Mine were as low as they could go & rattled at every position from the time I took delivery until the tech spread the bars apart. Haven’t had an issue with them since. They shouldn’t rattle regardless of the position.
...or if the strike lasts longer (LOL), they may have enough of a wait on transmissions in Mexico & other parts elsewhere that they could do it in 2021 but I doubt that will happen then. Check my PM to you (in a few).
If that's directed at me for whatever reason - 3 years with this truck meaning 3 years with this design (19 thru 21). A mid-cycle refresh (GM's words not mine) would exclude "this" truck and start with 2022 MY. If T1XX runs through 2025 model year, 2022 would be about half way since there are obviously no half year builds (2022 1/2). Mountains out of molehills, really - point being when the refresh is potentially coming. GM typically runs a bit longer than 2 years (2019, 2020) before diving into a refresh on the FST, particularly if they're going to work on the interior in a major way.
2022 MY would be the halfway point of the T1 and a highly likely candidate for a new interior. 3 years with this truck, 3+ years with mid-cycle refresh (unlikely any new sheet metal/aluminum - think front end change like K2XX along with a possible new interior).
The stub shaft is available, just not through Customer Care Aftersales (CC&A, formerly GM Service Parts Organization). Read right above that - it tells how to order the stub shaft (in red box below). All that "This PI will be updated...." part means is the Parts Information section (parts list) will be updated with the correct part number once GM has settled on which stub shaft is actually going to fix the issue & when there are enough in inventory where they don't have to be special ordered. Granted, this document isn't worded in a manner that is perfectly clear either, IMO.
I’d find the VIN from a 2019 HC & then call a dealer parts dept. & give them the VIN from the HC. Most dealership sites list the VINs in their listings. Can’t hurt to give it a shot.
It costs you nothing other than your time to call the dealership and discuss any issues with the truck & schedule an appointment. As @oldmann stated, a rattle would be covered under warranty if the dealership can duplicate the problem and if they know how to fix it. Basically, if you feel there is something not right with the truck other than normal wear & tear, the warranty should cover it free of charge. Until you get to understand what is & isn't covered, ask the service advisor if you will be charged before confirming your appointment. It's also a benefit to be aware that not every issue can be fixed upon its discovery. It may take GM months or years to fully resolve certain issues & come up with a proper repair procedure. This day & age, the dealer is often at the mercy of GM when it comes to fixing certain issues (think of things more complicated than a rattle).
The touchscreen should show a Camera "app" on the home screen. Touch that and when driving fwd & at a certain speed you can view any of the available (at that time) camera views for 8 seconds. Not sure if this changes at all for the 2020 MY's. Didn’t read close enough, sorry. I don’t believe you can do this on the K2 trucks. T1 can though.
Those are intentionally left open as they're intended to be used as grab areas when using the steps build into the bumpers (cut outs on each end of the bumper). They're kind of pointless IMO if you happen to have a multipro tailgate & use those steps versus the ones built into the bumper. I bought the caps sold on ebay made by some guy in IN (Schildmeier) & they match & fit perfect.
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