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mistaare

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  1. You guys are so patient. I THINK, if my brand new truck sat at the dealership for 30 days I would talk to a lemon law attorney ON THE THIRTIETH DAY. But it’s much easier to play the “I WOULD“ when your not invoked. what year was Shamrocks 2nd truck?
  2. I am in the exact same boat. 2020 AT4, build date 9/19, build in Mexico. I check the back window for leaks and bolts under the seats during and after each rain. I LOVE the truck, but between the window leak and brake issues I feel like I’m walking on egg shells.
  3. On a side note, what kind of MPG u seeing around pgh? I have stock 5.3/10spd (minus a cap) AT4 and I am seeing 14.5 city/MAYBE 16.7 highway
  4. Don’t forget to check bolts behind your seats to see if they started to rust. That MAY help indicate how long it’s been leaking
  5. Curious how many people had brake issues WITHOUT getting the initial brake recall AND/OR without starting the truck with the GM App. just out of the blue.
  6. I went over my buddies and just plugged his trailer in and all the lights worked!?!? so confused.
  7. The day I picked my cap up, driving home I got a ‘service trailer brake’ signal in my DIC. I contacted the ARE dealer and he claimed he tapped into the 3rd brake light wire (as instructed by ARE) and that the warning was just the truck cycling through. But I swung by today (to pick up something else) and we tested the trailer plug out let. It had power going to it but nothing else worked? No turn signals, no brakes? he disconnected the alligator clip, still no brake lights, turn signals etc and he just shrugged his shoulders and said “eh, have the dealer assess the situation” they definitely worked before the cap install, anyone have any ideas on: -1 where to tap in for cap lights -2 What might be needed to get my trailer lights working again? thanks. **Edit** went over a buddies house, plugged in a trailer and lights, and turn signal worked. I didn’t get a chance to test any thing else...
  8. He claimed he tapped into the 3rd brake light wire (as instructed by ARE). But I swung by today (to pick up something else) and we tested the trailer plug out let. It had power going to it but nothing else worked? No turn signals, no brakes? he disconnected the alligator clip, still no brake lights, turn signals etc and he just shrugged his shoulders and said “eh, have the dealer assess the situation” they definitely worked before the cap install, anyone have any ideas on: -1 where to tap in for cap lights -2 What might be needed to get my trailer lights working again? thanks.
  9. So far this is the only thread dealing with 10 spd issues.
  10. If you don’t mind me asking (and definitely not to downplay the situation): - year/make/model - did this happen out of no-where? - did u have the brake recall done? - did u happen to use GM App to start your truck. thanks and thank god your alright. Can’t believe there aren’t injuries and/or deaths associated with T1’s brake failure
  11. I would like to know what causes them to crack. Is it faulty design of the window frame or as some speculate, frame flexing.
  12. I agree. I just want to confidence that my truck is going to be able to stop, that my window won’t leak, that if these issues arise THEY CAN BE FIXED. I never had to think about any of these issues with my Taco. NOT to bash my AT4, I absolutely love it. I only have the 5.3 and love the power, love how it tows, the mpg etc...
  13. If it is body flex.... just curious, would/could this mean a potential class action lawsuit?
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