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.
To all the ones who have experienced leaks, are the leaks occurring at a similar location within the or around the window? Many have stated that only the windows that have a sliding rear window are leaking. Does this imply that the leaks are occuring around the sliding window?
The new 2021 GMC Yukon was revealed on 1/14/2020. Below link shows a few pictures of the new interior. The Denali version has an embedded 10.0-inch touchscreen and the AT4 has a tablet-like 10.0-inch touchscreen. These options might transition to the 2021 GMC Sierra interior: https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1126726_2021-gmc-yukon-suv-revealed-richer-denali-tougher-at4-and-more-space-inside
I currently have a 2014 GMC with 20 inch wheels. Looking at purchasing a 2020/2021 GMC and I really like the 22 in bright chrome wheels. Anyone with personal experience that went from a 20 inch wheel to a 22 inch wheel? Would like to know some Pros\Cons?
Browsing through this thread, if I understand the issues: 1) It appears that two different window manufacturers (VITRO and FUYAO) have been used and both have experienced leaks. 2) Both 2019 and 2020 models have experienced leaks Is there a true fix to the issue? Can this be addressed in a 2021 model?
Trying to build a "5.3 engine GMC Sierra SLT with 22 inch Bright Chrome wheels" from the GMC website. 1) You can get the Integrated dual exhaust on an SLT "if" you select the 6.2 engine. 2) You can get the Integrated dual exhaust on an SLT with a 5.3 engine "if" you select the "X31 Off-Road Package". However, when you select the "22 inch Bright Chrome wheels" option, it removes the X31 Off-Road Package option ( and thus the Integrated dual exhaust). One would think that the "Integrated dual exhaust" would be standard on SLT along with Denali and AT4.
In addition to Dynamic Fuel Management effects on transmission, this article also recommends oil change frequency. this article states "Like the AFM/DOD system, you will hear me preaching about the importance of using the correct engine oil and filter along with the need to change it often." In a previous article I posted GM Escalates Cylinder Deactivation With Dynamic Fuel Management https://www.chevyhardcore.com/tech-stories/engine/gm-escalates-cylinder-deactivation-with-dynamic-fuel-management/ This article stated "Current AFM engine issues appear to revolve around problems stemming from lifter failures, which can be traced to infrequent oil changes." The service manager at my local GMC dealership suggested to me " do not go by the DIC Oil Life Monitor and let it get close to "0" before changing the oil". He didn't recommend a mileage number, but recommended changing the oil sooner than the DIC suggested. The local shop that services my truck for oil changes also recommends "frequent oil changes". I have read other articles that state " clean oil helps with the longevity of AFM engines".
A Look at the New Dynamic Fuel Management System and How it Affects Your Transmission https://gearsmagazine.com/magazine/sipping-fuel/ https://gearsmagazine.com/magazine/sipping-fuel/
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