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Stacy Springer

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  1. Dropped my off this Monday and I'm suppose to be picking my truck up this afternoon(Friday). They had to replace the rear window which they called and told me they received Thursday afternoon. They're still waiting on the head liner though.
  2. Love my truck..... 2019 LT 4x4 with 7800 miles. Unfortunately I just joined the rear window leak club and have it scheduled for repair on Monday. Stuff happens, I just deal with it.
  3. Here we go again. GM Recall #: N192268090 NHTSA # 99999 Date Issued: Sep 09, 9999 Recall Title: Brake System Malfunction Warning Recall Description: General Motors has decided that certain 2019 model year Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, and GMC Sierra 1500 vehicles may fail to conform to S5.3 of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 126, “Electronic stability control systems for light vehicles” and S5.5.1 of FMVSS 135, “Light vehicle brake systems.” In these vehicles, a software error can, in rare cases, disable the vehicle’s electronic stability control (ESC) and antilock brake system (ABS) systems for a single ignition cycle. If this specific error occurs, the vehicle’s diagnostics will not illuminate the vehicle’s ESC and ABS telltale lamps, as required by S5.3 of FMVSS 126 and S5.1 of FMVSS 135. If the driver is unaware that ESC and ABS are not functioning, there may be increased risk of a crash. Safety Risk Description: TBD Repair Description: Dealers are to reprogram the brake system control module. Customer Action: TBD Part Availability: TBD
  4. No adjustment to my brake pad module was listed or mentioned to me by the service representative.
  5. Okay thanks, I'll give that a try in a couple of days.
  6. I'm trying to remove my tailgate on 2019 Silverado to install a Putco LED blade between my rear bumper and tailgate, but I can not figure out how to disconnect the wide plug with the white hinge which is part of the backup camera harness. Does anybody know of a website or video showing you how to do this? I spent some time searching the web and under the truck to try and figure this out but had zero success. You'd think an engineer could figure this out.
  7. Got my truck back the following day. I've got to give GM credit for their quick response even though this is the second recall I've dealt with since September. Recall hit's Thursday night and parts needed for repair received at my dealer on Friday evening. I got the call to come pick her up Saturday afternoon.
  8. Took my truck in today for it's first oil change and now GM is holding it hostage waiting on a part to arrive for the following recall. Recall Title: Seatbelt Pretensioner Fire Recall Description: General Motors has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in certain 2019 – 2020 model-year Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 vehicles and in certain 2020 model-year Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2500/3500 vehicles built with carpet floor covering (RPO B30). In certain crashes that cause the front seatbelt pretensioners to deploy, the exhaust from the deployed pretensioner may be diverted through an opening in the pretensioner bracket and ignite cotton fibers in the carpet floor near the B-pillar. Following a crash that causes the seatbelt pretensioner to deploy, a fire may develop in the area near the B-pillar, which may increase the risk of injury. Better safe then sorry but man this sucks.
  9. take a look at customoffsets.com gallery and do a search using 22 inch wheels as your filter. You'll see which model of wheels fit and if any offsets was used. Not a whole lot listed on their website since it's a fairly new change though.
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