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Kee Yoker

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  1. Ryno12, thanks and will try again with heat only and auto function. Has not worked yet but will give it another shot. Others, yes am from future. Go out to your local minute mart today and play numbers 14, 33, 29, 7, 56, 12, PB # 41....You will have a Merry Christmas!
  2. Ok I have a question and am too lazy to go through the complete owners manual. I have a 2109 RST. I have the automatic temperature control feature. My question is if its possible to have the automatic temperature engaged while the AC is off. Whenever I click off the AC button and click on "Auto", the AC button comes back on. Just wanting to know if I can run just non AC on automatic control. I did this on my previous Tahoe.
  3. OK Cody2019TB, I will pass this along to our service rep and other's that have a similar truck. I am sort of like hcop33 in that it does not bother me right now. But that could change and now I have a potential solution if I want this fixed before warranty expires. Thanks
  4. I have found the thread that explains the problem I was wanting to describe. I will wait now to see if GM can really come up with a real fix. Good to know now its coming from the plastic spoiler. No sunroof here
  5. UncleDave, I have same sound coming from my 2019 RST Z71. I was going to explain in same way as if an acorn dropping from a tree. Hoping we can keep this thread going until we identify the source. Thanks
  6. That's a first for me. I would not have guessed that. Fuel pump priming upon opening a door. Thanks Greg
  7. Just purchased an RST Z71. I am noticing when I open the door there is a air compressor motor sound that comes from underneath the truck. It almost sounds like it is the motorized Step mechanism but I don't have the auto moving stair steps. Anyone have the same sound? Normal?
  8. Go to the dealer's parking lot and have them cold start three or four Silverado's and see if they all smoke the same as yours during start up. If they don't, then you have an issue & they should definitely look into it.
  9. I also see on Amazon they sell the same type OEM antenna that is a few inches shorter. This might be the way to go with me. Not a lot of money so I can start my analysis soon.
  10. Thanks guys for the quick replies. Mine is hitting the actual frame and not the door. I am glad to see we can find a good quality replacement (Craven Speed) for the Shorties....
  11. Does anyone have the issue with their antenna hitting the top of their garage door opening when pulling in and pulling out? After many months or years pulling in and out, is there a concern this antenna mount might become damaged or need replacing? I have also seen a potential aftermarket antenna that is half the height but don't know if reception would be effected.
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