That is very possible, at least it isn't a problem for me now that winter is over. And with the covid-19 issue who knows when things will get back to normal. I'm interested to see if that will fix your issue though, hopefully it does!!!! Please report back. Lol
Good luck, hopefully the sensors come in as that would mean they are no longer on national backorder. As for dealing with them just be persistent but stay polite, they are a pain in the a**. There go to seems to be just call it a software anomaly Lol.
The paint on mine was peeling off as well. They came with the truck so are covered under the bumper to bumper warranty. The dealer said GM will replace them once. They appear to be powder coated over bare aluminum so I fully expect the replacements to do the same thing. I just figured when the new set gets bad than I will either paint them or send them out to be properly powder coated next time i have something getting that color.
That's odd, I'm still able to play amazon music as well as get notifications. Do you have contact and message access turned on? Call and audio access automatically turn on when my phone connects to the truck. Also check your android auto settings. Even though my phone wasnt plugged into android auto the app would sense I was in the truck and and put everything into silent mode. I will attach screenshots of my bluetooth settings as well as android auto settings.
I had this same issue with my galaxy s9. I stopped at the dealer and there tech guy told me to forget and than re pair my phone to my truck. I also went into my phone settings and forgot the truck too. During setup my phone asks me to allow certain things or deny certain things. I just played around with those and now after doing that I get my text message notification alert through the speakers without having to be plugged into android auto. I can hit the speaker button on the steering wheel and ask it to read new text message and it will. And than it asks me if I want to reply which I can by just saying what I want and it will than ask if I want to send it. I hope it works for you as I remember it being extremely frustrating.
I love the 5.3/8 speed combination in my 19 sierra elevation 7/19 build date 3900 miles. Very smooth and responsive, can hardly feel it shifting and has plenty of power. Much better combination than the 5.3l/4 speed combo in my 2001 Tahoe I came from. I definitely dont regret this combination! Sure I would have sprung for the 6.2l/10 speed in a higher trim level if I could have afforded it, but I got a good deal on this 19 at the end of the year. If I want more power that's what the 383 stroker in my 86 k10 is for although this 19 may give it a run for its money.
The gm off road steps where on my truck when I bought them. I like them, but not too impressed at the paint chipping off at only 3800 miles and 5 months old. Stone chips I could understand but not chunks missing. Will be talking to the dealer about if this is covered under warranty.
I would prefer that they hot dip galvanized the frames. Only cost 40 cents per pound and with the volume an auto maker would do would most likely bring the price down to 10 - 15 cents per pound. But we all know that wont happen. Cant sell new trucks if the frames never rot out. Lol
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