Several months ago I went and got some topsoil for my yard. Ever since doing this, when I drop the tailgate down I can hear all kinds of debris inside the tailgate when I drop the tailgate down. Any easy way to remedy this issue?
Just wanted to give you the guys the heads up. I was able to find the Borla Atak exhaust for $978 with free shipping and no tax. Went ahead and pulled the trigger on it for that price. Best price I have seen so far. Not sure how long the coupon code will work on the site I bought from. https://www.autohance.com/borla-140775-atak-cat-back-exhaust-system.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjwka_1BRCPARIsAMlUmEpkWYh2zUd8n5nV0Kuf2jYB24coyVK3zKlIuaQVIm1Qm6FqqdcPJJQaAhCSEALw_wcB
Well on the paperwork where my complaint was the engine light came on it referred me to line 3. Line 3 was addressing the brake recall. So who knows.
Well, got the vehicle back today and inquired as to why the check engine light came on. They claim that these newer trucks are very sensitive and the light possibly came on due to the recall. If this is the case, that's total BS in my opinion. I asked the tech if it's possible GM is sending a signal to these vehicles to throw the engine light to get people into the dealership to get these recalls taken care of since most people probably don't bother. It would be crazy for GM to do this type of thing but if someone sees a check engine light, normally that would be cause for alarm.
Got the check engine light last night. Took it to Autozone and it threw code p25a2. Once I got back in and restarted the vehicle, check engine light was gone. Got it into the dealership today and they claim its just a communication error code. My 2019 AT4 has 9300 miles on it. I never had any issues with my Nissan 370z like I have had with this truck. Spend so much money and it's been in the shop three times for various issues.
Ah ok. Yea I cant see spending $700 for that. I did call sirius and she said my radio isn't capable but also stated with 360 you can watch videos too. Obviously you would need data and that's just another money grab for GM.
I have the IOT according to the barcode under the hood. These are the only differences according to Infotainment website. IOU Audio system, 8" diagonal GMC Infotainment System with Navigation, includes multi-touch display, AM/FM/SiriusXM stereo, Bluetooth streaming audio for music and most phones, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability for compatible phones, advanced voice recognition, in-vehicle apps, personalized profiles for infotainment and vehicle settings 1 - Included and only available with (Y29) Infotainment Package I. 2 - Included and only available with (Y3I) Infotainment Package II. IOT Audio system, 8" diagonal GMC Infotainment System with Navigation, includes multi-touch display, AM/FM/SiriusXM stereo, Bluetooth streaming audio for music and most phones, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability for compatible phones, advanced voice recognition, in-vehicle apps, personalized profiles for infotainment and vehicle settings. Includes greater memory.
So I have a 2019 AT4 I took delivery of in 6/19. I took the truck into the shop the other day and was provided a loaner 2020 Texas Edition Z31 Sierra. I noticed on the 2020 that the Sirius interface was totally different. The 2020 had album art, settings within Sirius and able to pause music. I've contacted Sirius who referred me back to GM and vice versa. Does anyone that owns a 2019 have this issue or know how to fix it? Please see my attached photos
I have a 2019 AT4 and I'm having people tell me that the call quality when I'm on bluetooth is bad. I've had people state it sounds like my windows are down, sounds like someone typing on a keyboard, or running a stick along a gate. I've unpaired the phone, restarted the phone and repaired and have the same issue. I use this phone in other vehicles and have not had anyone mention this issue as it only happens in the AT4. Has anyone else experienced poor bluetooth quality and can you recommend a fix?
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