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  1. A fun post. How many are going to pull the trigger when the 2022's come out or hang on to your current rig at bit longer? Is the larger infotainment and digital cluster screen enough for you to trade-in? Are you wanting to upgrade because you want that 10 speed? I always have the itch (but not necessarily the finances) to want to upgrade to the newest model. I like the larger infotainment screen. But I sort of wished GM had implemented some sort of Powerboost equivalent. Maybe that will never happen if they are releasing a full EV Silverado in 2025. So let's
  2. Is it too early to say seems like the leaks have ceased for the 1500 2021 model year?
  3. Sorry, I wasn’t clear about the boxed frame, knew it’s been there for awhile. GM mentioned they made changes to the chassis to allow them to fit the Max Trailering package. Apparently they weren’t able to do that before until the recent change. Their press release mentions this and I think some YT video as well. I’ll have to find it again. Does chassis mean frame here? If so, what were the changes to the frame? Edit: So here is another mention from Pickup Truck Plus SUV Talk, that GM had an issue with the chassis before that didn't allow for
  4. Anyone know or have any insight on what chassis changes were made to allow for an increase of nearly 4000lbs for the ‘22 Duramax? Is it a change to the boxed frame?
  5. Column shifter still available with jump seat configuration.
  6. I’m liking the screens, glad it wasn’t like the Tahoe/Suburban design. I couldn’t care less for the console shifter. Looks a bit like the 2018+ Traverse console arrangement styling. I wonder if the 2500/3500 are going to get a similar interior update next model year.
  7. You can always call them and ask if there are any “promotional” pricing available. From my experience, there always is.
  8. Any longterm effects such as uneven wear or stress on the mounting points, if I leave it misaligned? Silly question but, is the misaligned bed still within spec (loose tolerances?)
  9. This is great info, thanks! I found the 2 TSB involving the ATF exchange. 18-NA-355 (Silverado/Sierra '15-'19 LD) and 19-NA-121 (Silverado/Sierra '19 New Body). Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like for 18-NA-355 it talks about using 2qts of the new fluid to flush out the cooler lines (Page 5, step 28). But for 19-NA-121, it says to only use shop air at 50psi to blow the old fluid out of the cooler lines (Page 5, step 25). No new ATF is used to flush the cooler lines for the '19 New Body. Am I reading that wrong? (Sorry if I'm hijacking the thre
  10. Does the flush really get all of the old ATF out of the transmission? How do they deal with the fluid inside the cooler lines?
  11. Did the symptoms (hesitation/shudder) show up one day and stay? Or did it show up here and there and then eventually became consistent? I had a few rumbles while cruising around 60km/h. Happened only a couple of times. 3rd time it happened I slowed down and it went away. But it doesn’t always happen…yet.
  12. Sorry for my lack of knowledge, trying to learn here. Outside of the bad batch, is the lifter issue related to AFM/DFM? Read lots of people who have suggested that. Is there something I can do to minimize it from happening (Install Range Tech)? Or is it purely just a random defect issue that happens to from time to time like any defect from any manufacture?
  13. Anyone here know if the bolts for the seats (that fasten it to the cab body) are one-time use? Getting a leather upgrade, shop telling me I need new bolts.
  14. Hopes dashed. Thanks for the info. I guess I’ll have to wait for symptoms to appear. Edit: The TSB says the cutoff/break point is March 1, 2019. If they only started using the new ATF in the summer at the factory, are people with build dates between March 2, 2019 to June-ish screwed? MC-10174268-9999.pdf
  15. No, no shop manual. Just a combination of the TSB, the official instructions to remove the headliner, and an article on GM Techlink about those one-time-use nuts. It also helps that I removed the spoiler myself a couple times. Once to fix the leak. And again to do the third brake light camera upgrade. Not fun but glad I did it myself.
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