Hey there - I have a 2020 elevation and feel the headlights could be brighter and whiter coming from a Toyota with projectors. It had sharp cut offs, lit up the ditch more and the high beams had a lot more oomf. Is there an upgrade? I read somewhere the Denali have different headlights?
Have 12,000 kms on my 2020 1500 and my back brakes are so squeaky! Seemed to have started in the last couple weeks, especially when I just start driving in the morning or after the trucks been sitting. Tried stepping on the brakes hard to warm them up but still some squeaking. Am I crazy haha- or is this a common thing on these trucks
I have the 3.0 in the elevation, so not lifted, and would do it again, fuel economy is amazing, truck hardly shifts on the highway holds gears up hills, no hunting, no high revs on the hills, so quiet. Well worth it
I have a 23ft Jayco 4550lbs dry so 5500 with our gear probably? Took it to the mountains in Alberta this year 6 hours each way, did good, on the steep grades at 115km/h it for sure did downshift and ran over 3000rpm. You can’t really hear the motor towing on level ground at about 2000RPM but when it downshifts on grades and is over 3000 you can hear the turbo sucking air but it did a good job in my opinion. Always had gas jobs that were struggling on level ground and really struggling in hills, no more screaming 5000 rpm on hills like a gas job
Picked up a 3L GMC Sierra last week and noticed after a short trip with 400kms on the truck it smelled like burning crap when we got home, I wonder if that’s a passive regen? i was reading, does this truck passively regen every time it gets hot? Does it even need to active regen? i found this online ” There's no DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) on the exhaust under the truck. Unlike its big brother, the 3.0L Duramax doesn't have a traditional DPF. The clean-sheet design allowed the engineers to combine the SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) and DPF into one unit, which Barta's group refers to as the "SCRF." "The SCRF is coupled close enough to the turbo that we actually do the regen post- injections on the exhaust stroke, and that extra fuel flows out the exhaust valve and straight into the SCRF," said Barta. This design makes the "passive regens" automatic and seamlessly unobtrusive to the driver.” https://www.fourwheeler.com/news/features/1908-first-look-tech-details-behind-2020-silverados-new-3-0l-duramax-6-turbodiesel/
Hi there! Im looking at buying / ordering a 2020 AT4 Diesel up here in Canada. Anyone have one yet? How is the fuel economy verus a non factory lifted trim How is the DEF system in the winter when it freezes up at night Thinking of ordering it with the 18's for more tire selection, maybe put a 265 70 r 18 Cooper AT3 4S or Toyo ATII AW? same width as factory but a bit taller? Any feedback greatly appreciated! Read up alot online from the 5.3 and 6.2 owners already, you all seem pretty happy so far.
im curious if anyone has one with the I6 diesel, whats the fuel economy versus a non lifted AT4?
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