I've been to the dealer and talking with GMC customer care. Bottom line is they say its Normal. direct quote....... "Thanks for following up with us, We have had a chance to discuss with D** Sang****. The shake is considered operating as normal, the dealer will not be able to perform any repairs. Should you have any other questions please let us know" My response was, "Normal!? GM needs new engineers. This doesn't happen in any other non GM vehicles, trucks or otherwise. GM has a problem and is not willing to address it and won't until enough people complain." I have also tried to file a complaint to with the NHTSA and as of right now the site seems to be broken.
This is pretty standard practice. Yup. I was one click away with it in shopping cart when I decided to do some research. Turned out google maps are way better from reviews I’ve read. I may at some point update it but not until I actually need to.
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Thanks. Got the plug here, its a Noco Genius plug . I made the bracket that fits behind the grill. Used cardboard for test template then I fabricated bracket out of a a piece of .05 thick sheet metal. I sheered the plate to be square. Press Punched (easily could of drilled if needed)four holes for the rivets once I determined correct placement, the riveted holes attach the plate to grill. Then Press punched a 2" hole in center of plate (a hole saw would of worked if I didn't have the punch) and then used an Air Grinder to cut out a 2" hole in grill. Found proper placement for the Noco Genuis mounting holes and drilled those holes for mounting plug. If I had to do it again I would of cut hole in grill bigger so that plug mounted flat onto mounting plate.
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