Anyone heard of an update for this, now that it is getting dark earlier in the NE it is really becoming more of an issue. It is blinding when I put the truck into reverse.
Not sure if this is a re, but did you guys see Nav TV finally has something to tap into the bose. nav TV
Pretty sure it is a GM issue, I go back and fourth between Audi Q7 and the silverado, and the Q7 doesn't touch the ringer volume at all only the GM does, I have tried to set it to not change with buttons too, that didn't work for me either.
You should be able to follow the install instructions for the kicker sub install, they were posted in this thread somewhere.
Pretty funny you are on here as well, Nick was telling me, when going over my project that someone else was doing a system as well. You'll love it when he is done this I'm sure of.
My HC doesn't have noise canceling, you can check your headliner to be sure.
Finally picked up my truck from the installers, turns out integrating with the bose isn't terrible, there wasn't a ton of EQ'ing going on with the bose amp. Anyway here is the link of the installers build log of my system. Nick really knocked this one out of the park, it has blown away my expectations. Nick's attention to small details really separated his work from the three other shops that has done systems in my cars, he was over 2hr drive for me and i'd happily drive further to have him work on my truck. https://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/build-logs-project-install-gallery/416775-alipors-2019-chevy-silverado-high-country-semi-stealth-system.html
Mine were installed at the dealer. I just picked my truck up on 3/5
Seems like the only real change is the tuner, I contacted NAV-TV they don't have anything for the 19's yet. Any one know if the JL fix will get a clean signal out of the tuner that has bose?
On the 6.2 per the webpage above, it says it increases 17% airflow, I wouldn't imagine that there is that much adjustability in the ECU perimeters for that difference. Which is why they have a calibration for the intake.
Only going off the videos i've seen, you just have to pry till you feel one of the clips let loose then you can pull them. Seems there are 5. I'd guess the ones on the corners should come loose more easily. Good luck.
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