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  1. For pics of the rear door panels? From a crew cab???
  2. I never followed up on my my post... I pulled the trigger and got both tablet holders and the RSI system. Heres a video of the install on my OneDrive. https://1drv.ms/u/s!Atug1wumAmsBi9BrZq8_j9TgcZOy2g?e=IaMQ8q
  3. Yes. Wireless car play, Sirius 360 which gives you album art and something else... and im not sure if its the radio or not that gives you thisbfesture, but when towing, and you use your right blinker, the screen shows you a camera view down the right side ofnthe truck to show the blind spot.
  4. Hey bro... not sure if you are responding to the wrong post or if you misunderstood my question. SIde note... I have the Aux switches installed and have this Fust Block pack installed already.... however, my original question was how to get a second GROUND cable installed on these trucks since they changed the Battery Current Sensor from a clamp type hall effect sensor to it being mount to the negative terminal grounding cable.
  5. Couldn't upload it for whatever reason. Here is a link to my onedrive share. https://1drv.ms/v/s!Atug1wumAmsBi7gxw8r9Sdvbvl3kYg Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  6. I dont think that is true foe the new T1s... lemme go look again. I'll return back with pics.
  7. If I had any other truck besides the 2019 or newer Next Gen trucks, I would be fine....
  8. Has anyone upgraded from the, IOR, IOS, or IOU to the IOU radio? What differences are there besides NAV? Did it give you the newer Sirius 360?? Did you get the right side camera view when the right signal is on and a trailer attached?
  9. Big 3 upgrade and installing a 2nd battery with smart isolator
  10. Hey guys, Ive got a 2019 Denali 1500 with a 6.2... Anyhow, I am upgrading the charging system and have run into an issue with adding a larger ground cable to the negative battery post because the new Battery Current Sensor is built into the damn terminal clamp and no longer a cicular clamp like the previous generation trucks had...... Anyone have any ideas on how to circumvent this and still have the BCS working and functional... maybe using the older style clamp and adapting it to work in place of the sensor that is on our trucks?
  11. No. Havent toyed with it yet. I do a lot of 12v work and I'm sure it's easy enough. Just wanted to ask to see if anyone had done it before. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  12. Yes it leaks. Not bad though. Just where it butts up against the tailgate. Sent from my SM-N986U using Tapatalk
  13. I have the aluminum Retrax PowerTrax Pro XR bed cover installed on my 19 Denali and love it.... however, I hate their remote. It always finds a way to open itself when the keys are in my pocket.... I've gotten used to leaving the key fob in the truck and not on my keychain at all.... and I am thinking I want to hard wire it to a 2 way momentary switch inside the cab. After calling Retrax, Ive decided that Im on my own on this effort as they quickly pointed out that I would void my warranty if I did it and said that Im wiling to take that risk. Scary asses didnt even want to tell me anything about the interworkings.... guess they are scared to be sued. Shouldnt be too difficult... but was wondering if anyone had any experience doing what I am wanting. p.s.... this initially started with the remote getting shorted out after rafting.... and I inquired if they had a waterproof remote... which they said they didnt.... and then I asked what frequencies was used with my cover. They said they didn't know the freq and use the serial number to order a new remote from China. LOL... then I started getting more and more frustratred with the cover opening with the remote in my pocket.
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