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    2019 Silverado LT 4x4

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  1. Thanks @Silverado 4x4 the TSB you mention looks exactly like the problem I'm having. I'll going to mention it to my dealer.
  2. I'm interested in this too. I have an LT with the larger radio (Sirius XM, HD radio, etc), but my trailer setup only includes the light test. I checked and I don't have the module, it sounds like it takes more than just buying the module, maybe a flash from the dealer?
  3. Don't sweat it Chris, we all do dumb things with our trucks sometimes. Anyone here that says they haven't isn't being honest An expensive mistake, but a good story (when the pain wears off).
  4. They don't have the stuff in your screenshot, but I saw that have some accessories that fit the current silverado: https://builtrightind.com/pages/product-result?rq=yr_2019~mk_chevrolet~md_silverado-1500 anyone have an experience with the "Tech Plate"? I'm wondering if I could mount it on the underside of my arm rest lid (like in their pictures).
  5. Android auto is fine, until you don't have reception. I know you can do offline maps, but it's also much quicker to just click the nav button and pull up a map of the area. My father has it in his truck, it's super handy when you're somewhere you're not familiar with, but didn't plug your phone in. That's why I'd love to buy the SD card.
  6. Is this the only way to get nav now in the silverado if your truck didn't come with it? I have an LT, and i have a nav button the bottom left (near the climate/audio buttons), and when I click the nav button now, it wants me to subscribe. Is the SD card option completely out?
  7. From my understanding, sport mode (and trailer mode for that matter) changes more than disabling the auto start/stop. I believe it changes shift points too. Many (including myself) have purchased this: https://www.autostopeliminator.com/collections/gm/products/2019-silverado-sierra-autostop-eliminator Yeah, it's $100, so that's up to you to decide if it's worth it to you. For me, it was.
  8. If you have a sliding rear window, try sticking a towel between the cable guide thingy and the glass. If that fixes it, here's a permanent solution that worked for me:
  9. Not here either. I'd like to have the "app" plan (for streaming music) and maybe live maps for more rural areas, but their prices are pretty insane. Other than unlock/starting my truck, it doesn't offer anything that isn't on android auto.
  10. Hi @AaaaaaaayushI've always wired my CBs to the interior accessory panel too, however, behind the passenger fuse block there's a circuit board - somehow it got fried and I had to replace the whole thing. I have the old one that they replaced I can take pictures if you're interested. I've been doing radios & CBs for 20 years, never had an issue, but I'm not going to risk it again I bought a relay that I'm going to wire in to the passenger fuse block to activate it, and then go right to the battery for the juice. We'll see how it goes!
  11. Hi all. Long story short, I wired up my CB and dashcam to an open fuse in the drivers-side fuse block, and fried the whole thing. (Really!) Cost me a good bit to get it replaced. The dealer said I was drawing too much to tap in to there, and I should go to the engine fuse block instead. I've tested all the open ones on my truck (an LT) and didn't find anything with power with the key on. Does anyone know if any of the full ones are safe to pull? Or how are other doing it? Thanks in advance!
  12. This sounds exactly like the ford instructions Also, how do we "turn the key to the on position"?
  13. Apologies if this has been asked, but I didnt find it in the search - How can I disable the seat belt reminder? On my F150 I was able to enable the accessory via the key, click it something like 8x, then turn the accessory off/back on, and it was disabled. Does Chevy offer a way to disable the chime? Before anyone thinks the worst of me, I wear my seatbelt all the time, however, sometimes I have heavy items in the passenger seat that sets it off. Thanks!
  14. It's been tempting. Carvana put me over what I paid, so I went and looked at a z71 colorado....but they still have keys (remember those?!) No push button start. I know, first world problems. I would have been a lot closer to pulling the trigger on trading in my LT 4x4 for that z71 if it weren't for that.
  15. I'm pretty sure it's 2, a high and a low: https://www.gmpartsonline.net/v-2019-chevrolet-silverado-1500--wt--5-3l-v8-gas/electrical--horn Someone said on another post that it's on the drivers side, but I'm not sure:
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