Completely agree with this, especially the wicking up part. Sorry to hear it happening to OnTheReel. That is a huge crack! Was it “repaired” before?
Are they replacing the headliner too or just cleaning it for you?
Unless the sheet metal has been damage from the over torquing. Every bolt and nut can be replaced on the spoiler, without having to buy a new spoiler assembly. They all just slide/snap in place on the spoiler side. Of course, this whole thing shouldn't have happened.
I posted it in another thread but that 1-2 hard shift on cold mornings is a known thing by GM. Nothing to worry about. And nothing you can do but warm it up beforehand, which you are doing. MC-10168176-9999.pdf
I find this site is fairly comprehensive when I’m trying to find something not commonly listed on other sites. Good luck. https://www.gmpartsgiant.com/parts-list/2020-chevrolet-silverado-1500_4wd/cab_and_body_structure_mirrors_doors_trim_seat_belts_wipers/door_trim_side_front_driver.html?filter=(m=CK10543)&pnc=a647204a10d9a4a99df037283728f302
My 2019 RST 8 speed, build date 3/19 shifts smooth as well. Can’t feel the shifts. 1-2 is rough on cold mornings but apparently that’s a known issue and once it comes to op temp it is fine. I don’t know if they will add the 2021 to the attached bulletin or if there’s a updated bulletin. MC-10168176-9999.pdf
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