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  1. Battery being low also throws. Has happened twice to me.
  2. That’s the only thing holding me back at this point! Will be excited when a fix is tested and in place
  3. Is there by chance any videos showing the swap for a 2019? I want wireless CarPlay so damn bad but want to make sure I don’t lose anything. 2019 High Country 360 cameras HUD Bose XM Onstar remote access
  4. Anyone get an answer here. Exact same issue. USB-A no problem. USB-C dead. The one in the armrest works fine, but no go on center just like original poster
  5. Anyone happen to have a pic of this on a High Country? Even better if it has the 22" wheel option. Curious and greedy!
  6. Ditto. I've tried every adapter known to man. I haven't got a single one to work. My understanding is that the 19 is missing an antenna/radio that it needs and they are trying to figure out how to reliably add that before they offer it up for the 19's.
  7. If they sold it as an accessory that would retrofit to your truck for the same price - that would be impressive. Unfortunately, I don't see them ever selling these as an accessory. Only an option to add on.
  8. Haha thats all with the under driver passenger seat clear. Where it says driver/passenger underseat storage, its under the rear seat behind the driver/passenger seat. I could see where that would be confusing. It's clean and you can't see anything stored. Disclaimer I have the OEM accessory storage box for under the rear. The little bump thing they had there was garbage.
  9. I'm super OCD about what I have in my truck. I like to keep things organized in there so I can get in as much as possible. What I found is that I would find myself needing something and say - I think I have that under the seat, then I would rummage around looking, move everything around and not be able to re-pack it the right way. My solution was keeping a detailed list and general idea of where they are stored, so now when I need something instead of rummaging around, I pull up the note in my notes app on my phone and check and see if its there. So here is my list in
  10. My 2019 Silverado HC is fine on tires for now, but I'm starting to shop around and look at what options I do have so that way I can budget for the expense when the time comes. As I started to search around I quickly discovered that the 22" wheel package doesn't afford many options. I know that with 22's on a HC, my truck is more a street truck, so save those comments Essentially if I'm looking for the most aggressive I can get, my options are the Toyo Open Country HT/II or the Birdgestone Dueler H/T. I'd love a Cooper AT3 tire, but no luck there. Anyone know of any
  11. This would suck if true. I've been waffling back and forth on buying the GM lift for my 19' HC. My only hesitation is if any sensors or cameras need to be recalibrated and if so, if the dealer does that when they do the install (assuming I choose dealer for install).
  12. This question is going to come off ignorant, so I apologize ahead of time. I have a high country with the optional 22" wheels. As I start to look at replacement tires, my options are severely limited. I can find Toyo Open Country AT2's and those are alright, but there isn't a lot out there. Is it safe to say that if I'm looking to open up to additional tire options I would need to buy 20" wheels to pair up to them?
  13. All, I can't remember what the final verdict was here. If I am in "Auto" mode do I lose any MPG benefits? I usually drive in 2WD mode, but with the roads getting a little worse with the weather, I was wondering if I should just leave it in Auto.
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