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    2020 AT4 6.2 Carbon Pro

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  1. I thought it one lifter in a bank went, they replaced that whole side? Other than that, it seems like they have everything else fixed. I haven't had any issues with my '20 AT4 6.2 (outside of lifter issue window) but I will definitely get an extended warranty if I decide to keep it past the 3/36.
  2. Yes, had it anyway. In Sound and Haptics settings, toggle off "changes with buttons". I have no clue why this works and why GM designed the system to do this.
  3. Doesn't most of this stuff slide into the rail "pockets" or whatever they're officially called? And those should be the same CP vs non-CP. I have a CP and have thought about getting geared up but keep reading questions like yours. As far as in-bed accessories, we're probably hosed unless you want to drill into the bed and customize it yourself.
  4. Same, mostly XM, never terrestrial (commercials galore) radio. I have no antenna and used a little plastic plug I bought at Lowes to fill the hole. Has never popped out even through car washes.
  5. It actually loads faster, doesn't blast you with ads (I use adblockers so I don't see them but it still takes a long time) and is set to dark mode by default. I wonder if when you get emails for new topics or topic updates, it includes the entire post or like this one, just part of it so you have to click (bait) through to read it? I shall soon find out.
  6. Right, but he bought it when it was not over the stated capacities. I disagree, it will be received here well because GM misstated the capacity which was a decision point for purchasing this truck.
  7. Literally the front page of this forum, all 222 pages (and counting) of folks with this issue. Good luck. Rear window leak - 2019-2021 Silverado & Sierra - GM-Trucks.com
  8. What are the wires running to the Bose amp? Any tips (colors)? I had the dealer install mine so I don't really know what they did but likely followed the GM instructions. Would switching it be difficult? In other words, for those with it already in place, what steps should we take to do what you've done above? I know that is asking a lot so I appreciate the feedback.
  9. I would look at the math for each motor. You drive X miles per year averaging X miles per gallon (guestimate) X the price of each type of fuel = yearly cost. If the difference is say $500/year = $41/month = $11/week, is that gonna kill you? You could include the motor price surcharge over, say 5 years (6.2 is ~$2500, so $500/year). Add that to the yearly cost. Is the additional $$ for each motor material to you? What are you actually saving by going with the 3.0 or 5.3? Also, consider the "fun factor" of a 6.2 which you can't quantify but is a factor. My .02.
  10. It's in the tech package. Do you have the 360 camera? Rearview mirror camera? If not, no HUD.
  11. Do you hear any noise when you turn them on? With my 2020 AT4 you definitely hear them. Likely the dealer will have to fix it either way but since it is both seats, likely something "upstream" of connectors on the seats. My .02.
  12. I've thought about it to keep stuff from sliding around but then didn't want to add weight or pay for something expensive, so I never did it. I also didn't want to get something I need to cut to fit. So, if you happen upon anything interesting, please share. Thanks.
  13. I recall there was a TSB about this, possibly a wheel bearing, can't recall. Search this forum and you will find it.
  14. Thanks for checking into it and sorry for being a bit harsh. The old site was easier to navigate, not so bright and the emails offered full content. This new software is a step back in all of those areas in my opinion. I'm sure it brought good stuff to you all though. Anyway, thanks for checking into it.
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