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  1. I run generic 433mhz sensors in mine, never had a issue. Less than $30 for all 4 on eBay. Maybe some states use a different metal for their license plates. Do you have a metal trim ring on yours? Try taking it off if so. Does your state offer/make plastic plates? I also have a TPMS relearn tool, makes GM tire rotations a breeze and is helpful with the trailer tpms now that I have them. EL-50448 tpms relearn tool, was $8.50 on ebay.
  2. I’m sure it is, You just need the memory card that goes in the center console for a Middle East map or any region you would want for that matter.
  3. I have had similar issues. Make sure your iPhone isn’t plugged into a usb for short key cycles. That seemed to be my issue. I make sure my phone is unplugged on short key cycles and my audio always works again on restart. The truck does a full power cycyle after 5-10 mins between keycycles and driver door open and close. Try that if it does it again for shorter remedy.
  4. I have a 2500 AT4 crew cab, 6’9” bed with the 5th wheel package, not sure about snow plow prep, I would have to check the window sticker.
  5. Mine has the shutters, 2020 GMC AT4 with a Duramax, you can see them behind the grille. I had to extract a extra push pin fastener from mine, also found one in the hood scoop drain, someone must of felt generous on the assembly line that day. That or my truck is falling apart....
  6. This may help you guys. I have had mine for a week. 2020 GMC 2500HD AT4 Duramax. I couldn’t figure out why between short key cycles I would lose all audio and everything in the IC screen expect for the main info page with speed and trip etc. nav, audio, phone all blank. Center stack screen shows me that the Sirius radio is on and the songs change but I have zero audio, no audio for Bluetooth or apple car play either. I tried key cycles, opening and closing door etc....  WELL....its apple car play. On these short key cycles I would leave my iPhone plugged into the USB port. Drop my kids off at school and come back out to no audio. Now when I have these quick trips I make sure I unplug my phone and everything functions like it should. It takes 3-5mins for it to reset with truck off and door opened if you do leave it plugged in and this happens to you. I let my dealer know of the issues I was having but plan to call them today and let them I know I figured it out. Clearly they wouldn’t of had these issues if I dropped it off to be looked at. Maybe this works for you. Good Luck
  7. I have had mine for a week. 2020 GMC 2500HD AT4 Duramax. I couldn’t figure out why between short key cycles I would lose all audio and everything in the IC screen expect for the main info page with speed and trip etc. nav, audio, phone all blank. Center stack screen shows me that the Sirius radio is on and the songs change but I have zero audio, no audio for Bluetooth or apple car play either. I tried key cycles, opening and closing door etc.... WELL....its apple car play. On these short key cycles I would leave my iPhone plugged into the USB port. Drop my kids off at school and come back out to no audio. Now when I have these quick trips I make sure I unplug my phone and everything functions like it should. It takes 3-5mins for it to reset with truck off and door opened if you do leave it plugged in and this happens to you. I let my dealer know of the issues I was having but plan to call them today and let them I know I figured it out. Clearly they wouldn’t of had these issues if I dropped it off to be looked at. Maybe this works for you. Good Luck
  8. So this thread is pretty depressing to read. I am the new owner of a 2018 Sierra Denali with a 6.2. Bought it new as a leftover with 300 miles on it 2 weeks agog I have almost 600 on it and have made a laundry list of issues for the dealer to tackle. One of them being a significant vibration/shake at highway speeds and the front outer edge of the tires look like shit, you can feel the chop in them if you run your hand over them. Bridgestone A/T. To get this much chop in less than 600 miles means the alignment has to be out pretty significantly. I traded in my 03 Sierra Crew quadrasteer that drove like a dream.....yes, second thoughts are upon me. I don’t drive the truck much, less than 5k a year but I shouldn’t be having these issues with a brand new $66k vehicle. I’ll keep you posted for dealer solutions to my list. I am open to ideas but I will start with alignment, rotation, tire balance for the vibration.
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