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  1. Sold my 2019 TB a year ago to Carvana. Thinking about getting back into a 2022 in a couple months. Just curious if anyone has heard, read or insights otherwise on what is the likelihood that the Rear Window Leak, Radio Glitches and Low Res Rear Camera issues might be GM factory resolved by then? It's been 3 years of lots of buyer noise, TSBs in that space, what are the chances?
  2. Absolutely horrendous, so many thousands of units with this issue. Is your truck the Slider Window or Fixed Window?
  3. Brother, you're not alone. But be it known, the problem is imho a design issue. There are 16 holes in the roof under that rear spoiler. In addition, the rear window encasement is prone to cracking, something in the design has too much flex, recall those torsional rigidity commercials Chevrolet used to tout. Torsional rigidity requires an engineer and apparently focus groups are designing vehicles these days and not engineers. Everyone's truck is 100% susceptible to this leakage. Driving rain and car wash probably OK. Sitting outside in the rain for days, or covered in snow, you're gonna leak and it's going to ruin the vehicle.
  4. Fascinating. Did you previously have a leak and you're sharing that it is fixed?
  5. https://gmauthority.com/blog/2020/12/general-motors-hit-with-class-action-lawsuit-in-california-over-infotainment-system/
  6. #HowToSpot a FORD Marketing Rep in a Chevy Forum.
  7. Affects multiple colors but especially the metallic paint. No your brand new truck wasn't in an accident at the dealership or in transit. It is a Factory Paint Flaw (or not a flaw per say but an "Anomaly") that is occurring on the front corner plastic flares. Apparently these are painted separately from the main truck body and they are causing mis matches. Metallic paint can be very tricky if not applied in the exact same direction and on the same type of substrate (plastic versus tin vs aluminum)
  8. It's the rear spoiler, on the top back of your roof. Same thing happening with 1500s. There is some kind of torsional rigidity (or lack thereof) that is happening between the fixed plastic spoiler and the flex in the cabin body at the roof line.
  9. Hard to pick just one. I like the new design esp the rear cab spoiler, the northsky blue, the spoke wheels, drivability, its a very smooth ride and prolly the tailgate with "CHEVROLET" on it.
  10. Yeah, I like em, alot. Just seems more proportional to my eye. My 2500HD had an 8FT Bed, and I kinda got used to it. When I purchased this new 2019 TB, I was surprised to learn it wasn't even an option anymore.
  11. Yeah, they moved it to the front center dash, go figure.... Sunglasses heat up real bad there too.
  12. can you post a link to the FB group, haven't seen it...interested.
  13. Does anyone know when Chevrolet stopped making the 8FT Bed for the Quad Cab model on the 1500 trucks? I know they still have them for the Single Cab, and on the 2500HDs Crew & Quad Cabs, but just curious any insights on why they don't offer them for the 1500 Quad Cab. I see very many 1990s early 2000s Quad Cab 1500 series trucks with the 8FT Bed, and under the belief they were popular or at least that some healthy demand exists. It would be my first choice if they had them....
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