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mjonesjr84

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    Maurice
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    Salem, IN
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    2022 Silverado LTZ 3.0 Duramax

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  1. I had a bit of white vinyl left over from my '21 AT4 so I thought I'd see how the bowties looked in white. This looks better than black IMO. I'm going to have them keep the center caps out of the wheels when I get the tires rotated so I can cover them in white as well.
  2. Yes. The small map on the right requires the data plan to work.
  3. Since you have the HUD option, you need to use the OEM GM glass. The aftermarket glass will distort the HUD. Get a price from your GM dealer's body shop.
  4. If you don't have the Start/Stop button, you don't have it from the factory (only 2021 and early 2022 trucks). That was only in the 5.3 & 6.2 equipped trucks though. All the 3.0's had the Start/Stop. This post applies to the 2022 refresh trucks.
  5. The instructions posted will get you close as they start to repeat. You will need to pop the gauge cluster surround off and remove a screw on the top left of the radio screen. Then there are 2 screws in the top cubby behind the screen to remove (far outer screws). Then pull on the bottom of the screen to pop it out. The plug for the Start/Stop eliminator is on the driver side. HOWEVER, make sure your AE039 has the module in it from Autostop Eliminator before you tear your dash apart. Mine did not have the electronic portion installed. I am waiting on a response from AE to see what they are going to do.
  6. I've got the Autostop Eliminator. They just came out with their module for the refresh trucks late last week. https://www.autostopeliminator.com/collections/gm/products/2019-silverado-sierra-autostop-eliminator I need to know how the dash comes apart to get behind the Start/Stop button to install the module. They do not have any instructions out yet for the module for the refresh trucks.
  7. Does anyone have an exploded view of the '22 refresh dash? I've got my Autostop Eliminator and need to install it. They don't have instructions up yet.
  8. FYI, the Autostop Eliminator is out now for the 2022 Refresh trucks. Make sure you get harness AE039. The install video will be out on June 1 per the website. https://www.autostopeliminator.com/collections/gm/products/2019-silverado-sierra-autostop-eliminator Got mine on order. Can't wait for it to be here. These worked great on my '20 and '21 that I had.
  9. No, the system is based around the Google Car platform. To use the Google Maps the truck has to have a data connection.
  10. Get this add-a-circuit from Amazon and then tap into the rear sliding window fuse under the driver side dash. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07ZV4LY54?ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details&th=1 The refresh 2022 does not have an upfitter switch package. I looked into adding this to my 2022 refresh, however there is no spot behind the dash on the driver side for the switches. The under hood fuse box is the same.
  11. Not all of those are "options". The LTZ is standard with heated/cooled front bucket seats (LT is standard with the 60/40 front seat, not sure buckets are even an option), heated rear seats, and LED taillights (LT is comes with halogen lights). See my LTZ attached window sticker. You can see what are options and what are standard on a LTZ. The only options my LTZ doesn't have is HUD and sunroof.
  12. As well as HUD (optional), adaptive cruise, auto high beams, auto wipers, heated rear seats, driver alert. The multi-flex tailgate is an option on the LT as well I believe (you can get it on a Custom).
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