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  1. I have the LTZ with sunroof and it is louder with the sunroof slider/cover thing opened up/slid back. I was thinking it was the black baffles/accordion looking things, but really haven't pinpointed the sound. If I have music on I cannot hear it, but driving and talking to my wife, it can be heard at times, but not all the time. It is a bit annoying when I can hear it though. Its like flap-flap-flap-flap-flap like a playing card in a bike spoke.
  2. At least eight strains of the coronavirus https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/03/27/scientists-track-coronavirus-strains-mutation/5080571002/
  3. You can buy mine. it's been "fixed" according to GM.
  4. Call them and they've give you the 99/year deal for remote start.
  5. If your assertion is true that they may know what the problem and then to not fix it while building another estimated 4-5 million trucks would be gross negligence.
  6. During this slow down, GM engineers should have plenty of time to figure out what the problem is with the window frames... that is... after they retool to create ventilators...
  7. If you prefer to watch, watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZFhjMQrVts If you prefer to read, read this: https://medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-act-today-or-people-will-die-f4d3d9cd99ca
  8. No, I mean that if the spoiler didn't exist, the windows would still leak. Look at every other non-T1 on the road, any brand. Water will run off the roof and onto the top of the window.
  9. The spoiler is most likely a red herring. Vehicles without spoilers still have water run off the roof onto the top of their window.
  10. You got it 100%. If I were you, I'd hold off making a purchase until GM comes clean on what went wrong and what change they made with FUYAO E4 and/or what they are doing to fix this widespread issue. This isn't some bad power steering pump or infotainment system, issue. This is a leaking window causing collateral damage and multiple return trips to dealers with half baked fixes.
  11. The TSB states to caulk the window first. If it re-leaks, replace the window. Not to give you a hard time, but we have a lot of new people coming to this thread and asking the same questions that are answered in it. TLDR, I get it, but if you have this problem, it would behoove you to read the 1800 posts.
  12. 3 weeks on FUYAO E4 and leak free so far. However, I went 9 months and 13k miles on the FUYAO E2 before it started leaking.
  13. Waterproof and Lasts A Lifetime!!!
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