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  1. I bought my 2017 Silverado in Oct of 2019. It had just over 28,000 miles and I bought an extended warranty through the dealer. I really was never big on these, but they talked me into it and now I'm glad that they did. I was able to get what seems to be pretty much the same as a factory bumper to bumper, for just over $2000. It is for 8 years/100,000 miles with a $100 deductible ($50 if I go to this dealer for service). I was mainly concered about electronics and drivetrain and it covers that and much more. I hope I never need to ise it, but I feel better knowing that I have it. It is through Nae Nwan, (www.naenwan.com) and shown as Supreme Plus Wrap. I was at first a bit skeptical as to what they covered, but calling them up, they assured me that everything I was concerned about was covered
  2. I've never put mine on, but keep it with the owners card. I have never been asked about it by cops or inspection station. I've had trucks at least for he past 25 years in PA Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  3. Have you checked the For Sale threads? There was someone selling the 8" screen setup Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  4. Oh, well that sucks. I also have a 2017, but only 30,000 mi (46000km?) I was concerned about the electronics when I bought mine Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  5. Wouldn't it still be covered under manufacturers warranty? Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  6. Unfortunately, yes. I had a 30 day free trial when I recently bought my used truck. The app worked great, but I wasn't about to pay after the trial expired. My latest offer to re subscribe was $11 a month. If they go to $5, I may consider it. At least the remote start from the key fob woks
  7. I was never a big believer in extended warranties, but I did buy an 8 year, 100,000 mile warranty on my recently purchased 2017 Silverado. It is a Extreme Wrap, Supreme Plus Bumper to bumper and supposedly covers pretty much everything from engine, drive train, suspension, electronics etc I hope I never need it, but I do feel more comfortable knowing that I have it. I'm recently retired, so I don't put the miles on like I used to, so the 8 year 100,000 mile should work out good for me. Of course if you sell/trade in vehicles every few years, I wouldn't bother with extended warranty, unless it was transferable
  8. I know with the older models, the windshield trim would cause that problem. My 2004 was pretty bad at around 70 mph. Maybe it could be the same with the 2015? Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  9. Oh, possible I guess. I just got mine mine about 4 weeks ago. I was a bit surprised because I also thought they stopped Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  10. Yes, my 2017 also has codes in glovebox. But as I posted above, email your VIN to [email protected] and you'll receive a reply listing your RPO's and their explanation
  11. Drop an email with your VIN to [email protected] and request a build sheet. They usually get back to you within a day or so. Sent from my SM-T810 using Tapatalk
  12. Get a can of Krown rust protection, or something similar and spray it a few times a year https://www.krown.com/en/
  13. I'm hoping for some deals on power folding tow mirrors. 1Aauto said they will have a Cyber Monday deal. I hope they do!
  14. As stated, it seems the tow mirrors are very easy to sell. Especially OEM mirrors. Power fold would be an added bonus. I've been looking for tow mirrors for myn2017. As for the DiabloTune, yes, you can "turn off" the AFM. The tune for the 2017+ are a bit more expensive though (like $40?)
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