They won't be huge discounts but Laura has a 2019 Sierra Denali with $4,907 off MSRP. I bet some of the high volume dealers with have some discounts probably but the K2 trucks will be more heavily discounted more than likely.
@Bubbles, if you purchase the cluster from a dealer, they may charge you a core charge if you don't have the exact cluster for them to return, just an FYI. Once you purchase one, send it to www.whiteautoandmedia.com (WAMS) after purchasing the programming through their website.
It is not the same opening. I've been investigating this for my Silverado and I know you will need the HUD module, HUD switch, wiring for the switch, the cable from the cluster to the HUD unit and the HUD compatible windshield, not to mention the programmed cluster.. You will also need to retrofit installing the HUD unit in the dash and covering it along with mounting the HUD control switch. I've been looking into how to retrofit it to look OEM but have not spent the money on parts to start cutting up to try. This is on my to-do list though. If you wanted to get crazy, swap the SUV interior into the pickup but there are still some switches that will still need a home that aren't present in an SUV though.
BlkSS replied to Harlech's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsLike both @WesternMike and @pgamboa have mentioned, I'd be very hesitant putting any module in a different vehicle, especially a cluster, that needs programming due to tamper flags. You may have gotten lucky because all the parts came from the same vehicle thus all the modules already have the same internal VIN even though they dont match the VIN on your truck. Everyone else wanting to do this mod, I'd play it safe and have WAMS do the programming.
@Sijrado, it'll probably say it's not compatible due to the fact that GM did not install that cluster in the Silverado. Just ensure that's it's a 2018 cluster and it's the correct fuel type depending on what the pickup you're getting is, get it programmed by WAMS and you should be good. If it's a gasser, the P/N you found should be the same as what's available in the Premier trim SUV's.
That's cool as I have never seen that switch before. I'm definitely curious on that so keep us posted. The beacon light on the overhead console and is a similar switch like the sliding rear window or sunroof switches.
Phil, have you seen if there are any differences if the truck has the Snow Plow Package. I know there is a relay to run the beacon lighting on the Snow Plow Package up there. I was in a 2015 Denali 3500 with the Snow Plow Package and noticed it did not have HomeLink or sliding rear window. I've noticed newer snow plow trucks still don't have the sliding rear window but I haven't been able to verified if they have HomeLink or not. The HomeLink only require power and ground correct unless they changed it over the years so it don't see why it'd be hard to add it anyways, even with the Snow Plow Package unless I am missing something.
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