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  1. Sale pending. If it falls through I'll update. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  2. Decided to sell as I'm not going to use. Used this for one oil cycle/change. Asking $25. Venmo or PayPal or cash if local to Dallas area. Thanks. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. Okay... I found the repair procedure. It's a PIT (Preliminary Information Bulletin) not a TSB. Regardless, the pdf is attached with pics. Hope this is helpful... PIT5579.pdf
  4. So I had this issue and was able to resolve it. There IS a tsb for it but I cant find it for the life of me and don't have access to the tsb database anymore. If I find it I'll post it... I'll do some searching. I'll do my best to explain so bear with me. Mine was on my 2016 Yukon XL Denali. Literally drove me to the point of insanity. Okay, so basically in the b-pillar there are two pieces of sheet metal sandwiched together. If you remove the inner panel trim pieces then take a look where the grab handles bolt on... it might be behind the door seal but you'll see the sandwiched sheet metal. Basically they did a shit job welding them and when it gets really hot (I'm in Dallas) the metal expands and you guessed it... plays that beautiful snare drum ticking melody in your ear. The tsb actually called for welding something in that area but essentially what the tech did was put a long bolt into the rear grab handle mount point and put a pry bar on the bolt and slightly pry that away and give a very slight gap. I'm talking barely pry... just enough to gap but it keeps those pieces from "ticking". Its not even noticeable. It would happen to me on a hot day after my truck was parked in the sun for about 6 to 8 hrs. I would hear that shit my entire drive home. Needless to say,its been 2yrs now and no more tick. Hope that makes sense. I'm pissed I didnt save the tsb as it has photos, etc. Like I said, I'll keep looking to see if I can find it. Hope I can give y'all back some sanity. The closest TSB I can find at the moment is for the 2019 Chevy Blazer but is basically the same issue. Awesome to see it's still an issue lol. TSB:19-NA-111 Attached I'll keep searching for the tsb relevant to the K2XX MC-10161899-9999.pdf
  5. So is there a way to secure this or is it just sitting there? Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  6. I have two driver side mirrors (long story) that will fit 2016+ Escalade and can be added to Tahoe, Suburban, Yukon, Yukon Xl but you'll have to retrofit the camera if you want it working on anything other than the Escalade. Think there are some posts here on that. These mirrors are fully operational with no blemishes. One mirror has the black cover and the other has a silver cover that's been removed with one of the cover clips broken and also one of the clips broken where it connects to the door. Door clip won't matter as the three bolts hold securely. The mirror with the black cover is $160.00 plus shipping The mirror with the removed silver cover with broken clip is $120.00 plus shipping. Prefer local pickup in DFW area. Mirrors include the following options: -Heated -Power fold -Blind spot -Auto sim -Camera -Puddle light -Turn Signal
  7. SOLD Selling the grille off my 2016 Yukon XL Denali. Prefer local pick up... I'm in the DFW area and can meet up. Grille is in good condition with no nicks.
  8. I think I'm just going to wait for now. I just flipped my current mat around and it works fine.
  9. Okay this is too funny to not post... Not only is the part ridiculously priced but I looked on gmpartsdirect and they want 50 bucks to ship to Dallas. Pfff...ha!
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