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  1. Haven't had time to pull the cover off the primary distribution block on top of main battery, but it looks to be different than yours. I also read in another post, I think, that the '18 changed. Looks like I have a small ECM on top of my battery, and the cover/charging/jump post looks different. I'll have to get that cover off to verify.
  2. Great write-up Vuk. I only wish my 2018 could use it so I could make my setup OEM like that. Unfortunately, looks like they've made some changes with the '18.
  3. Bringing this back up, as I have the same problem in my 2018. Taking it in this week, as it's still covered under factory warranty. My service guy did say that he has seen non-GM aftermarket windshields cause an issue, although my truck is completely as it came from the factory - so not the problem here. However, I noticed today that a bird has apparently tried to build a nest behind my grill and in front of the radiator on passenger lower side. I cleaned all that out, haven't checked to see if that corrected it yet, but there is some kind of sensor mounted low behind the grill on that side. I too would like to know where and what the components of the system are.
  4. Based on pics from the first few pages of this thread, the only difference in the trays is the hole for the hold down with welded nut on the underside? Correct? Why buy another tray, I can modify my original tray with a nut easy enough. Am I missing something? Place the rubber hold down in the original tray, mark the hole, drill it out and weld a nut on the bottom side.
  5. Sorry, $230 brand new, just can’t do it. Glws
  6. I know which pin needs the terminal, I just need the terminal and seal to do it with.
  7. Hey guys, I've read numerous threads referencing using the factory accessory power block under the bed to wire the CHMSL for my recently acquired camper shell. I've read the GMUpfitter bulletins, problem is - the part numbers they list in the bulletin for the terminal and seal needed seem to only be found at Mouser, and the terminal number can only be bought in bulk, unless a similar part that has the letter "L" at the end is the same terminal, and that one can be bought individually. Those part numbers also don't really seem to correspond to typical GM part numbers. I have found another site that lists a 5 pack of 18-20 ga female terminal lead, that would be perfect if it's the right one because I wouldn't have to try and crimp the terminals without having a special crimper. I'll attach the link below, hoping Pgamboa or some other knowledgeable folks can help me get the right parts to wire this up correctly. https://www.clipsandfasteners.com/Weatherpack-Repair-Lead-20-18-Gauge-Female-p/a15922.htm
  8. Have you advertised it anywhere else? I used to be on thirdgen.org all the time and this would have been a good seller over there. Been a few years since I sold my car so haven't been on there, but it's a very active forum.
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