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  1. I am okay with mine and they are what they are. My biggest gripe is going over speedbumps; gotta keep it slow enough to barely get over them...otherwise, it will rock your jaw out. Whenever they wear out I will find a different aftermarket replacement...
  2. I think that was the recall that was issued in Canada...no word on the US though. https://www.autoblog.com/2019/07/12/chevrolet-silverado-gmc-sierra-defroster-circuit-recall/
  3. That is correct...piece number 4 should already cover some of that corner. I guess you could take it off and cut the end off and install a corner piece like on the silverados then attach the trim to the corner
  4. The HMI controls all of that stuff...Start by checking fuse 34 on the driver side fuse panel, it should be a 10 amp fuse and then fuses 18 (20A) and 27 (15A) on the passenger side. They control radio, and touch the HMI.
  5. To the original question about "Service Theft Deterrent System" From the manual, here is a start...
  6. I have used these in the past and they have worked like a charm... http://www.seatbeltalarmstop.com/
  7. I love the fact that @B Rouss made two separate posts a few hours apart on the exact same forum saying the exact same 8-word statement...Gonna be a real contributor this guy...
  8. +1 on the Truxedo Lo Pro...Love it! Easy install, easy roll-up, easy removal, lifetime warranty, made in the USA... https://www.toughautoparts.com/truxedo-lo-pro-roll-up-soft-tonneau-cover.html
  9. Here is a good video of removing them...He did just that on the truck he was working on and you can see the finished product briefly at about 15:30 in the video...
  10. From @TrickyMick on another thread about what he did for the same issue...
  11. RPO code T4F is HID RPO code T4L is LED
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