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    2022 Chevrolet Silverado High Country

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  1. I've had numerous trucks from Mexico and the USA, and they have all been about the same in quality. Unless you knew the VIN number, you couldn't tell where the vehicle was built.
  2. The requirement is have a subscription with Onstar for the Google Maps to displays the speed limit numerics. Without the subscription it does not work and even an update will not change that fact.
  3. I made the appt for Oct 7th but the truck initiated a software download as soon as I pulled into my driveway. So letting a few days pass caused a reload request I assume.
  4. Funny story, I went to the dealer and made an appt. I rolled into my driveway after being at the dealership, and the software was downloaded and installed when the vehicle was put in park. So it must have started another request for the software. I tried disconnecting the battery, rebooting the radio into Save Mode, tried connecting to the home wifi, but just waiting a few days caused a reload.
  5. Well after trying mine a couple of times and coming up with a No Update is Available, I am now getting Update did not load try next time you shift into park or see your dealer. So off to the dealer I go.
  6. To start, it is cheaper to purchase the warranty when you buy the vehicle. With all the electronics and new technology in these vehicles, and if you plan on keeping the vehicle longer than the manufacturing warranty, purchasing an extended warranty if from the right company can be a good idea. The plan from Chevy is a good one but many dealerships offer different plans. My dealership offers the plan from Zurich while others just offer the GM Protection Plans. I'd be more inclined to purchase from the dealership that the vehicle came from than from the mail. It might be the GM plan or just made to look like it. You can check pricing or compare costs with your dealership. There are dealers that sell plans at a discount and those can usually be found on like the Corvette Forum etc. If you sell the vehicle with a protection plan, some plans allow the transfer of the plan or you may get a refund based on a percentage. Some say extended plans are a waste and some say they are a financial saver.
  7. Dirk13 is correct, there is a parameter in the Settings Menu that needs to be turned on for rain sensing to work.
  8. Jason, it is not the front camera in the grill but the camera behind the rearview mirror that handles the collision avoidance. You will not see a video representation on the entertainment system while using the camera system. This camera often needs realignment or a software update and often takes time to work correctly since it has to learn.
  9. I have not noticed the fluctuations but the DEF gage as you probably know it is not a true level or flotation sensor. I believe and I say believe that the sensor only informs the ECM that the DEF tank is Full and the ECM calculates usage and sends the corresponding signal to the digital level indicator. I was down 1 bar in the DEF gage, I added 1 gallon of DEF and the gage did not move for 2 weeks / 300 miles to indicate full. Did it take the sensor getting uncovered to tell the system the DEF tank was full?
  10. I get those error messages on My Chevrolet App all the time. 2022 Silverado HC 3.0 Duramax. It usually disappears after a few starts. The app itself is buggy because every so often I have to clear the cache on the app because the app is not starting correctly..
  11. No problem on my 2022 HC. Matter of fact, it works better than my previous 2019 unit.
  12. I had a 2019 High Country before buying a 2022 High Country and both running boards had their rear switches replaced due to the problem of not going to the rear most position when activated. A couple of the step arms had to be replaced due to binding while operating. This started around 33000 miles. Covered under warranty and after 36000 miles when I continued to have the same problems ie rear switches.
  13. Keep us updated because every situation is a learning experience for everyone.
  14. I would said no because the module if it is a used module might be vin dependent and not reprogrammable like a new one. A used part will probably void the warranty . But if the owner has the diagnostic equipment and access to GM's calibration data, I guess they could give it a go.
  15. Silver, as said by others, consult a Lemon Law attorney. Your vehicle has sat for more than 30 days and if you want to get away from it, talk to the attorney. See Steve Lehto's Youtube channel and search for Lemon Law. He explains the ins and outs pretty good. Or....you could ask if the dealership could take one out of another vehicle. This is an out there idea I know but who knows. I have had my dealership take parts off existing models to repair mine but they were not electronic. The module may be tied to the Vin, preventing an exchange. If you want to keep the truck, your best bet will be to go with the flow for now. Heck get the part number and search the GM part sites to see if the part exists someplace. Sorry about your experience with GM. Hopefully they do make it right with you. Does this apply to your truck? https://www.gm-trucks.com/new-tsb-issued-for-duramax-3-0l-lm2-and-6-6l-lp5-diesel-p206b-emission-exhaust-fluid-errors/ Talk to an attorney and see what can be done. The manufacturer will usually pay the attorney and the attorney will not take the case if he does not think you will not win. Ensure he specializes in Lemon Law!
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