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  1. https://www.gm-navigation.com/shop/2014-2019-gm-360-camera-towing-system/ Factory option in the T1 trucks. K2's require an aftermarket solution. There was some sort of dealer-installed option available when new that gave at least some of this functionality but it wasn't cheap and I don't believe developed by GM.
  2. This is the one I bought: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XVR85N7/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  3. This thread is about the 8-speed and no talks of the 6-speed that has been around since 2007.
  4. I'll just leave this here: https://jalopnik.com/why-most-led-headlight-upgrades-dont-really-work-an-ex-1843070472 Now my factory LED's rock, but LED's in a halogen housing are a very different story, as described in the link...
  5. If you like a stock front end with some greasy hand prints on the bumper:
  6. GM is releasing wireless Android Auto and CarPlay: https://gmauthority.com/blog/2020/04/gm-begins-rollout-for-wireless-apple-carplay-android-auto/ Not sure what the HMI version will be, so I am calling it 3.5. There is a thread rolling around - with an unfulfilled vendor promise - of going from 2.5 to 3.0. Though an upgrade, it isn't the upgrade going to wireless AA/CP will be. This kind of upgrade might actually make the wireless charger useful! Any vendors in the beginning stages of doing this? I'm willing to spend some money on this upgrade.
  7. Had a meeting run short yesterday, so I decided to do the swap. The aftermarket eBay unit fits and looks identical to OEM. Such a dumb design that they could put a couple small access holes in the brackets to allow for this to be done without removing the bumper. Really, the only pain in the butt part is removing the painted piece between the grill and the bumper itself (as you are doing everything possible not to break plastic or scratch it); the rest is cake - just a lot of bolts to remove.
  8. No idea. I'm just saying because the P/N isn't the same, or even if it says it isn't compatible, doesn't make it so.
  9. Different P/N has zero impact of whether it will or will not fit. A slightly different style or minor update can create a different P/N.
  10. Also front parking assist, LED headlamps, trailer brake controller (unless bought as a separate line item), spray in bed liner (again, unless bought as a separate line item). I saw several packaged at dealers that were Premium units with several stand-alone options to like buckets and Bose to get it like the Premium Plus but the price ended up not being much less once optioned out that way.
  11. That means you have a down level SLT, not an up level one. The base and premium packages didn't have the power sliding window. Could only be had on the Premium Plus (or Denali, of course).
  12. So the new unit matches perfectly in color. I was going to install it today, but discovered there are 4 challenging bolts (all are 7mm). Two can be dealt with, the other two are impossible to get to without removing the bumper. To do that, you have to remove the grille, so I might as well upgrade to a Denali one while I am at it and do everything at once. Too bad; would have been a 15 minute swap otherwise.
  13. Yet I'm far from it. You sound like someone that qualified for a stimulus check. Some of us make too much to get a government handout.
  14. There you go thinking it looks better. I wouldn't be caught driving that thing. There is a stereotype that having a Brodozer is compensation for certain things not being of correct dimensions on ones self.
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