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  1. Yeah honestly they are more like flakes/pieces of something, but light enough to stick to the screen. Hopefully they will knock lose or something eventually. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  2. Have a 2020 Sierra with the 8 inch screen cluster and noticed some dust or flakes stuck to the screen inside the cluster. OCD and it's driving me crazy. Either not sealed properly or stuff got in when the cluster was made. Is it worth taking it in for them to take the the dash all apart just to replace it? It's annoying but worried about things not getting put together well and being worse off. Know a few have had their cluster replaced for numerous reasons, and some that have done it themselves. Any issues since? Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  3. All are familiar with the "wink" some vehicles do now days that have DRLs and the Turn Signals are on. Know it has something to do with visibility/distance from the DRL to the Signal, but can't figure out is why the T1 Sierra doesn't need to turn off the DRLs yet the Silverado does. The Turn Signal on the Silverado seems larger and more visible than the Sierra imo. [emoji2369] Article from Jalopnik giving explanation on why they do in general but specific to T1s. https://jalopnik.com/heres-why-modern-cars-turn-off-one-of-their-lights-when-1792394567 Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  4. Just got her few days ago and already had do some mods. Had Dealer install color matched wheel arches & Black GMCs And just added a short antenna and changed plate bulbs to LEDs. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  5. Finally can say I'm an Owner now. Have had my eyes on a 2020 for a long time now. It felt like foreverrr. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  6. Figured this would be better here since already discussed in depth than a new thread. Looking dealer inventory and building 2020 Silverado & Sierra I noticed that Trailer TPMS sensors included on 19s higher trims no longer is. Noticed first when looking at my dealer's inventory and noticed the 20s they had added them as a $50 option the later confirmed on GMs sites. Perhaps this is because so many unaware what they were as well as left behind during dealer PDI as mentioned here. Whatever the real reason just an FYI for those expecting to come with their 20s, or worse not getting them after they were a $50 add-on!
  7. Looks like it's showing the new AT4 CarbonPro Edtion which is limited to those colors. The normal AT4 should still have Red Quartz as an option. "The Sierra AT4 CarbonPro Edition receives an updated appearance for 2020. Upgraded features include a new Black Chrome grille surround, new black exhaust tips and modified hard badges. The AT4 CarbonPro package will be available in Onyx Black, Summit White, Satin Steel Metallic and Carbon Black Metallic, each one complementing the styling updates brilliantly."
  8. Good post! So looks like the 19's Q7L that's on the Ultimate Package now gets replaced with SMF for the 20's. And the Q7L gets new RPO code SEU and made a LPO option. 19 Q7L https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/proddesc.jsp?year=2019&regionID=1&divisionID=2&type=0&vehicleID=21485&section=wheels&pagenum=3&butID=4 20 SEU https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/NASApp/domestic/proddesc.jsp?year=2020&regionID=1&divisionID=2&type=0&vehicleID=21796&section=wheels&pagenum=5&butID=4
  9. Hey all, Had noticed early on that the Denali Ultimate pre-production truck they used at the T1 reveal had different style wheels than what ended up being used on the 19's. Even the renders they used originally showed the different wheels but then later they edited them everywhere and never saw the wheels again. The Order Guide mentions the wheels changing on the Denali Ultimate for 2020, and now looking at GMC.com the original wheels they showed off to begin with are replacing the 19's. FYI for those looking to get a Denali and prefer either the 19's or 20's wheels as both are pretty different imo. Guessing they had some last minute problem and had to change what wheels were used when 19 production started and now using the wheels they originally planned on. "All-new for 2020, 22" multi-dimensional polished aluminum wheels are available with the exclusive Denali Ultimate Package" https://www.gmc.com/trucks/sierra/1500/denali/exterior
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