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  1. Some outstanding information on this thread. Besides having reception issues, I am sorry I didn't get the Bose factory system but have a question. I can get my hands on a Bose amp for a good price. What all do I have to do to my existing standard receiver to accept the Bose Amp. Is there a harness I need? I am replacing all 6 speakers with JBL's from Crutchfield so hopefully the sound improves. Thanks again for all this info.
  2. They did not say what was checked and they said there was not a recall or service bulletin for it. I swapped out the antenna for a "better" one that was recommended by a friend and no improvement. Very disturbing because I am halfway between 2 radio networks in Eastern PA. Never had this issue with my 2016 SIlverado . May pay a visit to the original dealer I purchased it from and see what they can do. Love the truck but can't continue like this. I have the JBL speakers to go in for an upgrade but won't do that until this is fixed.
  3. I am having a major issue with my 2019 Silverado RST and it's radio reception. All of the updates are current, I tried a different antenna and even had the dealer check it and no change. I have a Ford work truck and I parked them side by side with the same radio stations and mine is static, the Ford is crystal clear. Any idea what is wrong or if anyone else if having this issue? I didn't get the Bose system because I heard the standard was fine for normal driving. Now I am regretting it. Any help would be great. Thanks.
  4. Mine said the same thing. Daytime is okay and kicks out at times. I also get the service rear camera notice and screen goes blank. At night it gets real fuzzy with lines through it. Took it to the dealer and they said they didn't find any issues and I even showed them the video. They said there is nothing they can do. Sad!
  5. Can you post the link? I keep seeing 2018 videos but nothing for 19. Thanks.
  6. Hi, I am upgrading all 6 speakers in my 2019 RST with non Bose radio. I can get the door panels off to get to those speakers but having an issue getting the dash panels off. Has anyone done this and if so, is there a trick to remove them? I don't want to start pulling things apart and break clips. FYI, replacing the stock speakers with Kenwood KFC-X2C 2-3/4" dash speakers and JBL GTO 629 6-1/2" in the doors. Appreciate any help. Thanks.
  7. I am in need of a little help with my radio station reception in my 2019 Silverado RST with under 4K miles. I had a '16 and '14 Silverado and never had any reception issues in my area. I am between Philly and Allentown so my stations are usually very clear. Ever since I drove my '19 home the stations that were normally clear are very scratchy. Are there any settings I could check or is this an issue I need to have the dealer look at? Any help would be great. Thanks.
  8. Very curious to find out what my dealer says. I have 3820 miles on my '19 RST and my front say 21% and rear 45%. Now I do tow my camper with it but never had much of an issue especially with the max tow package and trailer brake. 21% seems very excessive for a 3 month old truck with very little miles on it. Going in for oil change next week so I am going to have them look at it. Glad I read the thread because I was starting to panic a bit. Heard there are some brake issues with the 19.
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