What worked for me was logging into the myGMC/mychevy website first as I needed to change my password there. After doing that, my truck took the newly changed password and I haven’t had this screen pop up since.
Thanks for the replies everyone. I logged into mygmc website and I was promoted that my password was no longer valid, so had to reset password. Did a reset and the new password worked in the truck. All good now.
With the potential of losing brakes while driving, is there any sort of emergency braking option? All I see/have is the parking break button. Would that act as an emergency brake if you press and hold that in these situations where braking is only a small percentage of normal?
1st world problem here. In my 16 Sierra you could jump 10 channels at a time on XM by holding down on the up or down buttons on the steering wheel. My 19 has the scroll wheel. I haven’t figured out a way to jump multiple stations at a time yet with the scroll wheel. Has anyone else figured out a way yet?
I have a 19 AT4 with just under 7k miles. This hasn’t happened to me yet (knock on wood) and I pray to GOD it doesn’t happen. If it does however, is there any sort of emergency brake that can be used? I know we now have the electronic park brake, but I suppose that would be useless in this situation? I miss the simple days of the e-brake pedal you could mash down if needed.
I have a 2019 AT4 that came with what I would consider sort of mud/splash guards on already (see image) on the front and rear. I’d like to get larger ones that provide better coverage for the salt and snow for this upcoming winter and am considering the no drill mud guards from Husky Liners. Has anyone had to remove the little splash guards from the factory yet and is it a terrible job? Anyone have experience with the no drill husky liner mud guards and if they are worth a darn? I appreciate any feedback.
I have an 90/10 love/hate relationship with my black AT4. I went with black because in my opinion that was the sharpest color for AT4. I don’t really regret it, but I wasn’t as prepared for all the noticeable imperfections that come with black. Overall I’m getting used to it now and am just trying to ignore the less than 1% blemishes I have. Will I do black again, probably not, but have no regrets as I do love this truck.
I’ve only towed 4 times with my truck so far. The first 2 I had no issues with the trailering app. The third time it showed trailer not connected after hooking everything up. I was alone and already driving so figured it was maybe a fluke deal. I just towed for the 4th time last night and had my wife with me. Trailering app showed no trailer connected again. I had her jump out and the turn signals and brake lights worked on the trailer, but for some reason wasn’t registering in the app on the truck. Has anyone else experienced this yet and have an idea of root cause?
I’ve had it less than 2 months and have only washed it using mild soap and the occasional meguiars ultimate quick detailer as needed. Been waiting to get it in with a buddy of mine to have ceramic coating done, but our schedules haven’t matched up. The white streaks in the photo are the light/sky coming through the trees. It was hard to get a decent photo with it reflecting everything. This was the best I could do at the time.
I know black shows everything, but it seems like I keep finding small blemishes here and there every time I look at my truck. Here is a recent one that doesn’t just seem to rub out quickly. I haven’t spent a lot of time on it as I’m not sure the best way to tackle it without wasting time or making things worse. Any suggestions on something that might get it to come out?
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