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  1. You may also want to use a dye to trace any additional leaks. At less than 300 miles I had a similar leak. Thought it was the oil cooler line until they used a dye to trace it. Turned out to be a plastic connector where the oil cooler line went into the cooler up front on the passenger side. Just a thought.
  2. Thats a first. Haven't heard of a leaking sunroof yet. Makes me wonder if the problem is actually the mechanics...The tracks not aligned causing a gap....or even warped roof panel.
  3. It's extremely alarming that GM has not had a fix for this issue. These trucks have been having this issue since they the first one was sold. I don't have anymore fate in mine. Every time I drive I keep waiting for something to go wrong to the point where I don't enjoy driving it. I had a 2018 F-150 Platinum Ecoboost with no issues. Just liked the Denali styling better. Will drive this until the warranty period is up and probably go back to Ford or see what the new Tundra looks like.
  4. +1 for Adams Tire Armor. Not to shiney (depending on how many coats you use) and lasts a really long time. Tire stays clean too in between washes. Not a lot of dirt on the surface.
  5. check out YouTube there are a few videos on trim removal
  6. Yes. And I even keep my truck in the garage. Just used Adams VRT and it seemed to help resort the natural color.
  7. Depending on what they offer you for trade/buyback it might be better to see what another dealer might offer you as trade-in value for a Ford/Ram or another GM.
  8. It could be that you need to tighten the 4 bolts in the engine compartment fuse box to 6Nm. This has been causing dead batteries and start up issues. There is a dead battery thread in this forum about that. At 2K miles I tightened mine this weekend. They were very loose. Luckily I had no issues prior.
  9. I'm the OP on this topic. After extensive research I've deduced that this is normal. These are very noisy engines when cold. Manifold ticks when its heating up, the high pressure fuel pump is loud etc. If it doesn't do it when the engine has warmed up it should be fine.
  10. Sounds like your dealership did right by you. I used to live in Northern VA and there were a couple of good ones down there.
  11. It scares me how many engine and parking brake issues these 2019 and 2020 trucks have. Makes me wonder what the actual percentage of problems compared to total number of trucks produced....Or is it just the fact that we see them more frequently because we come to these forums.
  12. Going to check mine in the morning! Did you have to disconnect the neg battery terminal or can you just tighten it with a ratchet?
  13. Was it able to crank and start at all? I think I remember some on here with some crazy error codes like that due to extremely low or discharged battery. I've got a 2020 6.2 Sierra as well. These trucks got some crazy issues.
  14. Highly recommend the the Truxedo Lo Pro. I had it on my last two trucks. Very good quality material and good seals. Low profile too.
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