If you go to S&B's website and locate the intake for your truck, there will be a link to an install video. At the end of the video they show how to navigate your driver info menu to disable the air filter monitoring system. After I did that I haven't gotten any error messages regarding my intake. I did that initially, and I just repeated the process last night. I disconnected the battery for 3+ hours, but when I went to the air filter monitoring system, I now do not have an option to disable it... It only shows up red and says "check system".
Nothing noticeable. I don't rely on fog lights for night driving, the headlights on these are more than bright enough, but their website claims you only lose 3-9% of your light output. I would say that is pretty accurate.
https://gr1performance.com/product/2019-2020-gmc-sierra-1500-only-fits-at4-and-slt-2pc-black-overlay-grille/ Make sure you select the black. If you have a camera up front, you will have to do some slight cutting on the bottom piece. If you zoom in on mine you can see the triangle shape I had to cut out.
Maybe I spoke too soon about not having issues... Every time I start it now I get the "check engine air filter system" message. I don't get a CEL, just the message. I disconnected the battery again for about 4 hours and made sure the air filter life is unchecked in the information page. Not sure what I did wrong, but its pretty annoying...
Added grille overlays to cover the black chrome. I was hesitant, but I am actually very impressed with the quality and how they fit the grille. Also painted the fog light surrounds and tinted the fog lights. Thinking I may need to change up the color on the GMC badge to red... thoughts?
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