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  1. It has to do with being on the correct OnStar plan.
  2. My dealer in the STL area has a 2020 Silverado Northsky Blue, CC LT TB with the bucket seats, safety package, bed protection pkg, and some other stuff. https://www.elcochevrolet.com/VehicleDetails/new-2020-Chevrolet-Silverado_1500-Crew_Cab_Short_Box_4_Wheel_Drive_LT_Trail_Boss-Ballwin-MO/3536940513 If you want, I can hook you up with my salesman there.
  3. i'm also interested in hearing your opinion on the corsa exhaust.
  4. Not disputing that. Fitmech said it's in the owner's manual. I'm just asking where it says in the owner's manual that if the case of a dead battery in the fob, you can still start the vehicle.
  5. Then you must have a different owner's manual than I do. My manual doesn't say anything about a dead fob battery, just low battery. Can you send me a picture of the page from your manual that says if the battery is dead, put the fob in the pocket?
  6. I have a 15 Gb Family Plan with Rollover. I went to the ATT store and had them add my truck to my data plan. I think they used the vin to find the phone # for the truck. If you are on an unlimited data plan, you will not be able to add your truck to your existing data plan.
  7. I have ATT for my cell phone service. My data plan is a family plan so I can share my data with my truck. I added my truck to my plan for $10/month.
  8. I don't think Car Play will give you the hotspot. You need to turn on your phone's hotspot, then connect your vehicle to the phone's wifi.
  9. I had the recalls performed on 12/31. When I left the dealership, I didn't notice anything not working correctly as I was more concerned about the brake module failure and any unusual warning lights on the dash. On 01/02 on my way to work, I noticed that my Intellibeam wasn't working. Then I noticed that the Lane Keep Assist and Lane Departure Warning were not working. I checked this thread and found the post about having to do the relearn process. Went back to the dealership and informed them of the issue. They were all "First time we've had this issue". Yeah, whatever. They said they opened a case with GM on it. GM said that they needed to do the relearn process, which they did. Everything related to the front windshield camera works now.
  10. I don't know if it will work. For my dash cam rear camera, I ran the power wire from the dash cam on the left side of the mirror, under the headliner all the way to the rear window where the camera is mounted. I have not had any issues.
  11. I have the FAC on my '19. Yes it sits higher due to the rails for the cover sitting on the bed rails, not on the inside of the bed. I haul loads of hay and other stuff so I don't want the rails for the cover to be damaged by whatever I'm hauling. The lock mechanism is covered up underneath to prevent the use of devices to pop the latches open. I got this cover because I liked the feature of being able to open the front panel without having to open the entire cover.
  12. OP is correct. It is a Tahoe SS. Here is a posting on cardomain.com back in 11/2013 from a user with a 2000 Tahoe Limited SS http://www.cardomain.com/ride/477337/2000-chevrolet-tahoe/
  13. FYI - LMPerformance.com has the Corsa exhaust system model 21033 for $1125 on sale right now. Free shipping.
  14. I think you have to use the module to deactivate the tow package. You would still plug it in to the CURT adapter. Using the CURT adapter is the way to go to avoid hard-wiring the LED strip. On my '14 I did what Ravenkeeper did and went with the 7-pin to 5-pin connector.
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