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  1. This may be old news, if so, sorry: https://www.gmc.com/future-vehicles/2021-canyon
  2. Thanks guys, this makes sense, and what I'm experiencing. Thanks for the verification and information.
  3. On my 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali I have the heated and cool seat option marked on (green) for Remote Start. However, I've noticed the heated seat does not come on when I remote start the truck. After getting in the running truck, and pushing the start button, the heated seat button has to be pushed to get the seats to warm up. What am I missing or doing wrong with this option? I'd love to have the seat and steering wheel activated when I approach the truck in these cold MN climates. Thanks for anything you can share.
  4. Some good info here. At what mileage should the first service (oil/filters etc.) be at? My mileage minder got messed up, and the reminder sticker the dealer put on my windshield says 5000 miles, yet the manual has something about 7500 for first service. What is the correct mileage that will keep the warranty intact? Scott
  5. I've had that too. I tried unplugging the phone and the plugging it in again. That seemed to fix it. Scott
  6. Sorry, I meant to type 805 when I started the thread, but must've slipped.
  7. Yesterday my 2019 GMC Sierra Denali asked if I wanted to update to version 809. I allowed it and it did the download and update in about 10 minutes. I don't see a difference though. Any idea on what changed, and is there documentation to outline this change? Thanks, Scott
  8. Check out page 194 of the Owner's Manual. Some good info on the cabin filter.
  9. Has anyone had to go to the dealership to get the new software. My build date was late of 2018, but I purchased the truck about a month and a half ago. The version running is 509. It says I'm up to date, with the last update done in December 2018. MyGMC suggested I go to the dealer, but if there is a way to download the software to a thumb drive and then install it, I'm all ears on how to do that. I would prefer not to go to the dealer if I can help it. Scott 2019 GMC Sierra Denali
  10. When I go to work, there is a sign I have to pass under that my antenna was whacking every time I passed underneath it. That, and the Ronin just looks cool, no whip hanging out in the wind. Scott 2019 GMC Sierra Denali
  11. I installed mine a few weeks ago. The truck sits at the airport from time to time for days on end. NO issues when I've returned. I got the unit just after the recall, so I'm assuming I have the updated version. As far as installation is concerned, I had a 1 month old truck at the time (now 2 month old) and started ripping into it. Scary yes, but I've taken apart my Gold Wing motorcycle a few times, so I was aware of how much pressure might be required to get panels to pop. The video was invaluable, and without it, I would not have attempted on an expensive vehicle. It took me about 1 hour start to finish, but that was with me running upstairs to my computer with its large screen to look at the video as I went through the process. Also, I'm VERY careful when it comes to disassembling anything I haven't done before. The installation I experienced was an exact match to the video, except my panels were a little harder to pop since it was brand new. I am very glad I did this installation, as it is so much nicer to not have to hit the damn autostop button every time I get in the truck. Scott 2019 GMC Sierra Denali
  12. 509 for me too on a 2019 Sierra Denali. I sure would like to get the update.
  13. I have a set also in my Denali. I was wondering what they were for!
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