Has anyone else had any issuses with AA in a 2020 Sierra. My previous phone was a Galaxy S10+, and AA would randomly disconnect. My new phone, Galaxy Note 20 ultra, does the same thing. I've tried at least 4 different cables. Samsung cable, Belkin, Anker, and some no name brand. All with same result. AA just randomly disconnects while driving and parked. I've also tried all 4 usb ports. Both center console usb ports and the 2 on the dash. I did notice the ports on the dash disconnect from AA alot less than the center console ports. All my cables are 3 footers. Any input would be appreciated.
Hello all, I'm looking to upgrade just the muffler on my 2020 Denali 6.2L. Has anyone done this on the new generation Sierra? I want to keep the cat, flappers, resonators, and just swap out the muffler. I just want a little deep rumble, but I don't want piss of the neighbors either. I also don't want any drone. Not even sure I can do just the muffler using Borla, but I know I can using Flowmaster. Any incite would be appreciated
What up fam!! 2020 Sierra Denali 1500 owner. Has anyone been able to get album art to display when using a usb thumb drive? I get art on sirius, and AA, but not thru thumb drive. It's not a big deal, i was just wondering if anyone has gotten it to work. I'm using a 64gb
Hello all...Has anyone been able to get an Ipod classic to work correctly in a 2020 Sierra with the 8" screen? Music plays and I get contexts, but can't browse. There's no browse icon and voice recognition doesn't help. Scrolling thru the cluster menu, the " browse Ipod" is shaded out and I can't select it.
Has anyone found a creative way to change the fender badges on the new sierra? I know they can't be removed. I've been searching for a custom replacement or overlay of some type. I really dont need to broadcast the 6.2 under the hood!
Most cars manufacturers used superior materials 15 years ago. The materials were even better in the 90's, and even better in the 80's. We just had shit technology back then, so no one noticed. Today it's about how cheap they can make it, and quantity over quality. Take something as simple as a door panel. Take all 3 truck's plastic door panels off, try bending each one in half. That ram and ford will fold like paper. We've tried it at work. Or slam the drivers door on one, and watch the entire side of the truck flex. Its scary... If I were a betting man, in order of quality of materials, its GM, Ram, then Ford. We can continue to agree or disagree on engine, exterior styling etc., but I'm not backing off the quality lol
I get it.. We are suppose to expect some problems with new model trucks. But when those issues start adding up like a slot machine, I'm think I'm all set. I'd much rather have an 8 inch touchscreen, regular sized sunroof, and peace of mind that everything is going to work as advertised than hoping that my flashy truck doesnt embarrass me at the most inopportune time lol
Their corporate philosophy is probably the same as any other company. Make as much $$$ as possible. No one gives a damn about consumers anymore. But in my situation, they at least listened and worked with me. More than I can say about all the dealers I took it to, including where I bought the truck. I dont know if I agree with you when it comes to quality of gm trucks. As I said earlier, I work on all makes, 90% of them brand new everyday (gm, ram, ford, toyota, audi, honda, etc)...When it comes to the big 3 trucks, hands down gm uses the highest quality of materials. Are their interiors eye popping? Absolutely not. But it's functional and reliable. You should see how cheap some of the most important parts of ford and ram trucks are. Paper thin carpet and headliner. Super thin leather trim (this is part of the reason a lot new ram owners are complaining about the color wearing off). If I can scratch leather by grazing my finger across it, its shitty leather or vinyl. Ram definitely doesn't spray enough coats of paint on their trucks. Clear coat is very thin also. Ford and gm are pretty good about that. I wont even get into how thin and flexible the metal is on ram. The ford is mostly aluminum, so there's that. I could go on and on about the quality of materials used in pretty much any vehicle after being in the industry for 19 years.
After 6 trips back and forth to 4 different dealers in a 2 year period, I decided to have Firestone replace all for 22 inch tires with the exact factory match, without road force balancing. I also had the driveshaft rebalanced. This bitch has been smooth as silk every since. Prior to having it finally fixed, I did go after GM. But we settled out of court. They are a descent company to work with in regards to repairs. It's the damn idiot service managers that are a huge part of the problem.
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