An update for ya. I contacted the GM team above and they replied back. Unfortunately they are the US team and I need Canada but they forwarded my info and the Canadian team got right back to me. I had my truck in for its first service and to have the tonneau cover looked at. They didn’t really listen to my concerns and adjusted the cover making it way worse. I got back to the GM customer care team and gave them a word document with pictures showing every little issue as well as a few videos. They got the service manager in touch with me and we made an appointment. So last week I dropped off my truck as well as all my info on the leaks and let them at it. 4 days later I got my truck back. They installed a new cover as well as did some modifications to help prevent any leaks in the future. They said the water test was good so now I’m just waiting for it to rain so I can see if it is any better. The cover looks 100% better than the last one. I have high hopes for this one but time will tell. And the customer care team did a great job at keeping me in the loop. I think I have about 15 emails back and forth with them.
Nobody else having this issue? It’s happened a few more times. I have noticed a few times while it does it it shows “media indexing”. I think it says that when I’m on USB. I was wondering if it might have something to do with my 32GB USB stick full of music. Maybe too much info for it to read while the radio is starting up?
I was a detailer for a few years when I was younger and it’s been a hobby of mine ever since. First things first, try not to wash in direct sun, especially for dark colours, like black vinyl. For a soft vinyl tonneau cover I would use a diluted all purpose cleaner like Simple Green (dilute based on strength needed) with a soft bristle brush. Keep the paint of your truck wet and wash or rinse the cleaner really well from your paint. If it’s too strong it can leave streaks that will need to be waxed or polished out. After the cover is rinsed really well, let it dry. Then get yourself a good quality exterior vinyl dressing. I prefer PRO products if you can find them in your area. Spray it onto a wax applicator and then massage it into the vinyl in small circles. Depending on how faded and thirsty your vinyl is it may need a few coats. Once it’s looking good and even you can either leave it as it is for the high gloss look but that will most likely gather dust. Get a clean rag and give the vinyl a wipe down to get any excess dressing off. This will help prevent dust. A nice wipe down can get you a nice semigloss look that will last for weeks (depending on the product you use). FYI You can use this process for tires and all that exterior textured black plastic trim (great for getting dried wax off of trim). Just vary the amount of cleaner you use depending on what your cleaning. And always remember to wipe down your tires after applying any kind of tire shine no matter what the bottle says. Otherwise as soon as you drive away it’s gonna fling all over tour freshly cleaned paint.
I got the upper and lower organizers for the center console the other day. The upper one is pretty decent, maybe the lower one will grow on me. There was a discount if you bought more than one piece so it was only $10 more. They are very well made and fit really well. The bottom one wedges in place right at the bottom. The top one has four little notches that keep it in place on the rails in the console. The little rubber non skid matts in the upper tray are nice and grippy and have a diamond plate design that looks pretty cool. They are made by Vehicle OCD on Amazon. Nice to have some organization in there now.
Hey all! New-ish member here. Just got back into a GM product after about 9 years with my ‘08 Dodge Dakota. Awesome little truck but it was coming time for an upgrade. Enter the 2020 Sierra AT4! I love this truck! I’m already loving the info on this forum and getting some great answers to my questions with this new truck.
I’ve had my 2020 AT4 for a few months now and occasionally right after startup I will get intermittent audio for about 30 seconds. It’s happened on all sources (usb, radio, Sirius, iPhone over Bluetooth). Everything else seems fine I can even watch the time of the song keep going and even pause while I can’t hear anything. Always clears up after 30 seconds or so.
For safety sake I would go with a WDH. They are easy to setup initially and then super easy every time you use it, just a couple extra steps. The highways I take to go camping can be pretty nasty... ever watched the show “Highway Thru Hell”? The twists and turns and steep hills can get pretty hairy in the rain or snow, or even on a dry sunny day can get sketchy. The extra control I feel with a WDH installed is night and day. The only thing I don’t like about them is how heavy the hitch is to put in the receiver. My trailer only weighs 4000 lbs so I tried it both ways because I really wanted to run a standard hitch to save my back. But the benefits of the WDH were clear.
Very cool I can’t wait to see what you do. I bought a black 2020 AT4 5.3L a few months ago. I love it! All I’ve done is had the dealer install the REV hard tonneau cover. I’ve got an organizer for the giant center console coming and I’d also like to get some vent visors.
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