Nope, his drop and lower just like the AMP steps do, straight up and down, no backward movement. I did notice one other thing about the OEM steps, they are longer than the AMP steps. The OEM steps start behind the front splash guard and end almost right at the back of the cab, the AMPs are a few inches shorter.
I have a 2020 HD Denali with the AMP steps. My dad bought a 2021 HD Denali a few days ago with the OEM steps. The differences that I have seen so far: 1. AMP steps move much faster 2. AMP steps drop lower 3. AMP steps seem to stick out farther and the surface of the step seem wider 4. OEM steps have a button for manual movement down next to the hill decent control 5. OEM steps are integrated into the system settings in the infotainment system 6. OEM steps seem to produce less noise when they retract 7. OEM steps have a chrome strip on the leading edge 8. OEM steps don't take up the ODB port 9. OEM steps meant that I didn't have to install them
I have had mine on order from ShopChevyParts.com since early March and the date keeps getting pushed out. Yesterday I got the message below from them on the status. Looks like it will be another 4-6 weeks. Below is an Update on Transparent Trailer Camera Package, Part # 84876818: Short Story: - Production of Trailering Camera Package has resumed - Part Number Change 84876818 to 84946379 - GM will fill Factory Orders First - GM will fill our orders after factory demand is met - May be several weeks before GM ships our orders - Once we receive inventory, we will contact you to reorder so we can ship out the same day Long Story: The latest update from GM is that the Invisible Trailer Camera Package (Part # 84876818) is back in production. Additionally, the part number has been changed from 84876818 to 84946379. You do NOT need to do anything as we will update the part number on your order as we receive the new part. We've been informed that although the updated part is in production, it may be several weeks before we receive our orders. GM is legally obligated to fulfill back orders for vehicles ordered with the factory option (RPO TRO - LPO, Auxiliary Trailer Camera, wired) first. We will update you the same day we receive an update from GM on shipment of our orders. We appreciate your patience during this pandemic which has prevented the production of this GM Accessory. If your order is older than 30 days, your credit card or PayPal authorization has expired. For this reason, we will email you AFTER we receive our shipment and ask you reorder. We will ship all the orders we can fill the same day the product arrives in our warehouse. We want these Trailer Cameras in your hands as soon as possible. Happy Motoring! ShopChevyParts.com Staff
I ordered mine March 1st and it has been back ordered ever since. I got an email a few days ago and they are now saying June 25 but every month they push it out another month. There is someone here that posted that his has been on backorder since January.
Below is a link that tells you what to buy from where to relocate the bumper plug into the bed. I have done it and it was very easy but my camera is still on backorder so I have not been able to try it out. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235530-Help-W/-relocating-camera-port-from-bumper-to-bed-for-5th-wheel,#entry2388376 Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
This is awesome! I appreciate the time you have spent researching this and sharing with the community. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
That would be awesome. I have been waiting for someone to figure this out before I bought the camera. Keep us informed.
The Homelink option is on the Denali, not sure what other trim levels have it. On my 2004 I bought the ceiling console that had the buttons and swapped it for the one that was in the truck from the factory.
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