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  1. That could be the spoiler leaking and not the window.
  2. Mine was also on the drivers side. 2019 LTZ 1/19 build date.
  3. It doesn’t seem to matter where it was produced. Mine leaked and it is US built.
  4. I was also wondering the same thing. 17k miles and 16 months old and good so far (knock wood)!!
  5. I had my first repair (caulk as per TSB) done at Bennett Chevrolet in Egg Harbor Township NJ. They did a good job and returned truck detailed. It was just done Monday And it is good so far, but time will tell.
  6. Good News! Glad to see they took care of you and your vehicle. Interesting about the sunroof, as now that is another thing to check. Here’s hoping it stays fixed
  7. Finally took mine in to get leak fixed. Mine was only a small leak and didn’t do it all the time. They did the TSB caulking work and did a neat job, no globs, smears or scratches. I spoke to service mgr and they looked but found no cracks in frame. He said The spoiler was not sealed correctly and was leaking. So far it is dry after testing at home. Time will tell if it works.
  8. Well, add another one to the list. 2019 LTZ 1/8/19 build date 13,800 miles on it. We are having a day of light rain and I just noticed a slight drip on the drivers side back glass. Heading out Wednesday for a 3 week trip so it will have to wait till I get back.
  9. Glad everything worked out for ya! Sounds like you had a cool mechanic.
  10. I would check the battery connections. It has been reported here that some battery cable connections at the battery were loose after the recall and need to be tightened.
  11. GM Recall #: N192268091 NHTSA # 20V055 Date Issued: Jan 30, 2020 Recall Title: Brake System Malfunction Warning Recall Description: General Motors has decided that certain 2019 model year Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 vehicles may fail to conform to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 126, “Electronic stability control systems for light vehicles” and FMVSS 135, “Light vehicle brake systems.” While receiving service at a GM dealership for an unrelated condition, these vehicles may have received the pre-launch version of the electronic brake control module (EBCM) software intended as the remedy in NHTSA Recall 19V889. This pre-launch EBCM software contains an error. If (i) the vehicle is started remotely using the Onstar mobile app or (ii) the driver enters the vehicle and waits five or more minutes before starting the vehicle using the ignition, this software error can, in rare cases, disable the vehicle’s electronic brake assist and illuminate the ESC, ABS and BRAKE telltales. Safety Risk Description: NHTSA Recall 19V889 involved a software error that could cause the vehicle’s ESC and ABS telltale lamps to fail to illuminate in certain circumstances. If a driver were unaware that ESC and ABS were not functioning, there may be increased risk of a crash. Repair Description: Dealers will reflash the EBCM.
  12. Yeah I just noticed the new recall yesterday. It was issued 1/30 it seems
  13. The service mgr did say they were going to make sure all the techs were aware of this for any others that come in for the recall so there wouldn’t be any issues. Thanks for heads up on this!
  14. Live traffic is an option supported by ONSTAR. For it to work, you have to have either the live traffic option added on (I think it is $15) or have the top of the line ONSTAR subscription which includes everything. When I had issues with live traffic it was ONSTAR that had to change settings and get it to work. Dealer could not do anything with it. On the Nav option screen it will appear greyed out if not active.
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