I used the Chat feature from the GMC website this weekend and I asked a Sales\Customer Rep if the "Rear window leak would be fixed in the 2022 model". Of course the Rep replied "I have never heard of this issue". I then replied that there were over 3100 posts regarding this topic on this website. Their chat box stated the chat is recorded. Maybe someone at GMC will take note. My guess is that we will keep getting a rear window (with ability to crack ) in these trucks until this becomes a big enough issue for a recall. Maybe someone needs to do a Youtube video or have a magazine create an article on this issue. The Rear window leak is by far the main issue discussed on this site.
I'm interested in the upcoming 2022 GMC Sierra. I am wondering if the rear window leak issue will be fixed in this model? Plenty of leaking window stories on the thread: ( I think there are numerous current 2019 - 2021 owners who have a leak and don't know it):
I would assume this means that you get a V8 Engine from the factory that behaves similar to having a Range device (turning off the AFM\DFM Cylinder deactivation). However, the engine still has the AFM\DFM parts (lifters that periodically fail).
I currently have a 2014 GMC Sierra. When I test drove a 2019 Sierra, the first thing I noticed was that that the 2019 seats were much firmer. After the test drive, I returned home with my 2014 Sierra and noticed that my 2014 seats were much more comfortable. The 2022 Sierra model is supposed to get a new interior (basically the 2021 GMC Yukon interior). I hope the seats are upgraded in the 2022 and are more comfortable. I am holding out for the 2022 model.
Per the website: https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/vehiclesel.jsp?year=2021®ionID=1&divisionID=2 Technology Package, includes (UVS) HD Surround Vision, (DRZ) Rear Camera Mirror, (UVN) Bed View Camera and (UV6) Multicolor 15" Diagonal Head-Up Display SLT : 1 - Requires (DQS) outside power adjustable vertical trailering mirrors, (PDJ) Driver Alert Package II and (PDY) SLT Preferred Package. Includes (UHS) 8" Digital Driver information Center. AT4 : 2 - Requires (PDJ) Driver Alert Package II and (PDO) AT4 Preferred Package. Includes (UHS) 8" Digital Driver information Center. DENALI : 3 - Included with (PEC) Denali Ultimate Package. Requires (PDJ) Driver Alert Package It looks like you can get the "Technology Package" on an SLT model, BUT .... you must purchase the large towing mirrors [ DQS) outside power adjustable vertical trailering mirrors ]. However, on the AT4 and DENALI you can get the Technology Package with the standard mirrors. Makes you wonder if you could order an SLT with the Technology Package (and Larger Mirrors) and then replace the mirrors with the two of the smaller Denali mirrors?
For the 2020 models: You can only get the "Available Bed View Camera" on SLT Sierra https://www.gmc.com/trucks/sierra/1500/sle-elevation-slt/technology However, the "Surround View" option is only available on Denali and AT4 models: https://www.gmc.com/trucks/sierra/1500/denali/technology Hoping the ""Surround View" option to be added to the SLT models in 2021.......
Here is a link to a post I created in Sep 2019: Several members had posted that their lifters needed replacing ( one at 1800 miles, another at 5500 miles, another at 3500 miles etc). In my post, I was trying to consolidate this issue from several members. Still wonder how often it happens?
Was hoping for interior update with 10.2 inch screens in 2021. Also, hope they add the Technology Package for the GMC Sierra SLT. Having the camera view all the way around a big truck greatly assists parking in smaller spaces.
I recently saw a Corvette that had the Watkins Glen Gray Metallic exterior color. I would like to see a Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra with this color option: https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums/c7-z06-discussion/3916830-new-member-to-the-z06-community.html
When doing an Inventory search using weblink: https://www.gmc.com/view-inventory/sierra-1500 I noticed that this link showed Denali's with a Chrome bumper for their default truck images. (Chrome bumper is easier to maintain than a painted bumper.) 1) When you do a customer build on GMC website, I have never seen an option that lets you pick a chrome bumper for a Denali. 2) All of the Denali's I have seen on the road or at dealerships have painted bumpers. Ironically, I actually saw a Denali with chrome bumpers on the highway today. It looked sharp and I am curious on how this truck came with or was ordered with the chrome bumpers.
GMC Sierra, Chevrolet Silverado Interior Updates Coming For 2022: Exclusive https://gmauthority.com/blog/2020/02/gmc-sierra-chevrolet-silverado-interior-updates-coming-for-2022-exclusive/
Currently have a 2014 GMC Sierra SLT which has a chrome front bumper. Possibly looking at purchasing 2021 GMC Sierra SLT or Denali. All Denali's have painted front and back bumpers. When hand washing my truck, the chrome bumper is easier to clean (bugs come off easier). Anyone move from a chrome bumper truck to a painted bumper truck and have any comments\experiences with this change?
GM Updating Recall Due to Further Brake Issues in Pickups and CT6 https://www.gminsidenews.com/articles/gm-updating-recall-due-brake-issues-pickups-ct6/
When I look at page 3 from the PDF listed below: https://static.oemdtc.com/TSB/MC-10156903-9999.pdf It appears that the design of the cab and rear spoiler (with it being sloped) would dump water right on top of the rear window.
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