I chose the Denali mainly because I like the Denali grill better. If you like the SLT grill better and the options are about the same, then I'd go with the SLT. Other than the grill when the trucks have the same options, there's not much difference.
The holes are there. But you can buy these caps to cover / fill them. https://www.amazon.com/ES-ENGINEERED-SCHILDMEIER-Pocket-Silverado/dp/B07KVKN9PZ/ref=pd_sbs_263_1/134-3934545-0413839?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07KVKN9PZ&pd_rd_r=beb637b4-46d2-461c-8efe-d84eb19b9a8d&pd_rd_w=4Vr8E&pd_rd_wg=NGSVt&pf_rd_p=12b8d3e2-e203-4b23-a8bc-68a7d2806477&pf_rd_r=70MMKXB09XFFPQZW6PBX&psc=1&refRID=70MMKXB09XFFPQZW6PBX
The dealer here charges $200. A local body shop said they'd do it for a hundred. If it's not too difficult, I'd rather do it myself. If you get your hands on the instructions, and have time, would you take a quick pic and upload it?
Has anyone replaced the standard black wheel mouldings with the body color wheel mouldings (GM part 84237183)? Does anyone have the installation instructions? I've searched and searched for the instructions to see if I'm able to install them myself. I don't see any screws or black taps on the existing mouldings so I wonder if they simply pop on underneath the splash guards. I've found them for around $532, and they look a lot better than the standard black. You'd think they'd put the body color ones on the Denali trucks automatically.
I read several years ago, somewhere, that the oil life monitor utilizes time more than anything else. It's possible, since your truck was built nearly a year ago that the oil life is down to 40%. I don't know why it would alternate between 40% and 89%. Since you're planning on changing it at 1,000 miles, I wouldn't worry about it. When you change it, reset it, and everything will be fine.
No, I bought a 2020 Sierra HD in December and I thought it had adaptive cruise control. I was at the dealer all day and it was a two-hour drive home at night after I bought it and I could find the following distance setting in the display, but I never could figure out how to set the adaptive cruise control. I couldn't figure it out because it didn't have it. I'd bet GM could program the computer to enable it, but for whatever reason, I doubt they'd do it.
Be sure you get a 'high endurance' micro SD card. Designed for high endurance so you can record for up to 20,000 hours with no worries (Actual hours of video saved less. Up to 20,000 hours for 256GB; 10,000 hours for 128GB; 5,000 hours for 64GB; and 2,500 hours for 32GB.) Built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature-proof, waterproof, shockproof and x-ray-proof(2)
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