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  1. Add the auxiliary switches for the snowplow prep group. Auxiliary switch 5 is already wired to run a light on the roof. Wiring should already be in the roof. If you're truck doesn't have it already, parts are about $300. Labor for install isn't that bad. Worst part is taking apart the dash. Once that's figured out everything goes together fairly easily. Biggest benefit is having 4 additional auxiliary switches to connect to things. These switches will have their own fuse box under the steering wheel that allows you to move the fuse over 1 slot left or right so they will turn off when the ignition is off, or stay powered on when the ignition is off.
  2. Please tell us what powertrain is in your truck. We need a starting point to be able to help.
  3. Have you pulled the rotor and checked to see if it's warped? That's the first place I'd look.
  4. I haven't been paying attention, but I have seen a few refreshed Silverados. 2019-2022 Silverados are much more prominent. Went to Dick's Sporting Goods today. When I walked out I noticed another Trail Boss LT in white parked right next to mine.
  5. 1) Remote battery may be weak 2) Button is broken 3) Antenna in door not reading remote That's where I'd start looking. Title and original post aren't specifying if this is a door or doors issue. Have you tried both (or possibly all 4 if equipped) doors?
  6. Imo, this is more of a hands on situation. We'd need to know more visually. Might be a good idea to just get it to the dealership for warranty repair.
  7. Is it raining when adaptive cruise falls? I was recently in Orlando, Florida and had a Honda CR-V is a rental car. It had adaptive cruise. Ended up dealing with a few rainstorms that were heavy enough to cause adaptive cruise to stop working. My total experience with adaptive cruise so far has me glad I don't have it on my truck. I doubt I'll ever purchase that option.
  8. Iirc, the catalytic converter is covered under federal emissions warranty. Iirc, that's up to 80,000 miles. I forget the timeframe, so I may also be incorrect. Not going to look it up myself. Google is your friend on that one.
  9. It starts with tearing your dash apart. You start at the very top, work your way around the radio including removing the radio display, then you'll eventually get to the point where you can remove the knee bolster. Just doing all that is a PITA.
  10. Other than appearance, fictionalized your truck is no different than the 2020+ trucks. Dash probably comes apart the same way, too. Issues happen in manufacturing all the time. It's a holiday weekend, so they'll likely be closed Monday. This isn't a drivability issue, so don't expect a loaner while you're without your vehicle.
  11. First off, 30,5XX miles on my 2020 Trail Boss LT 6.2 with no engine problems. Secondly, the problem isn't GM, but GM suppliers. They somehow translate "sharpen your pencils" to mean "lower quality products at the price point GM is willing to pay for". A lot of suppliers supply more than 1 automotive manufacturer. One example is Bosch. GM is honoring the warranty. The issue is the supplier selling GM inferior products.
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