I have a 2020 Silverado custom and was wondering if the grille assemble is all one piece, or is the piece that is color matched and says "Chevrolet" a separate overlay that snaps into the actual grated part of the grille? The piece I'm questioning is circled in the picture. I've been looking at parts diagrams online and I can't tell.
I know I'm a little late here, but I did it the stupid way and just tried to pry it loose. The only information or tricks I could find were related to the larger bowtie emblems on the other trim levels. I Ended up breaking the tabs on the grill that hold the emblem. Rather than buy a new grill for 400+ dollars, super glue did the trick. Interested to see if you changed this out already, and if so how did you do it? If I had it to do again, I'd probably pull the grill and do it the hard/right way.
They said it should be here in 3-5 days. Guess we'll know in 3-5 days. And for all of those thinking I'm being ungrateful, I'm not. GM has handled this the way a manufacturer should handle this up to this point and like I said in my previous post, I've gotten way more from them than a lot of people on these forums have. My issue is that no one seems to be too bothered by the fact that I'm having to replace a transmission on a truck with less than 1,000 miles, especially given that they've known about problems with these transmissions for years but they just keep building them and selling them to the masses, or passing the issues off as "normal."
I expect them to do exactly what they’re doing; however, I also expect a little more than a “that sucks, sorry about your luck.” From a company I just gave 42,000 dollars to 3 weeks ago. Maybe my expectations are too high.
Given the lack of resolution I’ve seen others have for similar issues, I’m actually somewhat relieved. Truck went in Friday Night, transmission was ordered today. I get it, things happen, but it’s still a bit disheartening when you spend that much on a vehicle.
Update, the dealer pulled the pan today and found they the transmission was filled with metal shavings. They are going to replace the transmission. I’ve contacted the Sales manager, as well as GM and lodged formal complaints. Neither seem too concerned about a vehicle with 800 miles needing a new transmission. They do “understand my frustration” though. They’ve made that clear, apparently just not enough to do anything about it.
Hey guys, I just got a 2020 Silverado custom about 3 weeks ago. I was driving home today and stopped at a light, when the truck started back up (auto stop option) and I went to accelerate it’s like the transmission didn’t engage. The engine would rev to about 4500 RPM and the truck would barely move. I limped it to the dealership and they said it was just giving a generic transmission code. They’re going to dig into it tomorrow, but I was wondering if anyone else has ever experienced a similar problem. I was able to find a bunch of complaints about the 8 speed transmission in general, but couldn’t find anything that matched the problem I had. TIA
Hey guys, I'm new here. I've been reading the threads for a while now but just recently joined. I was wondering if anyone can tell me what bolt size the threaded holes in the rocker panel take on a 2020 Silverado. I'm installing step bars and was missing some hardware. Rather than wait a week to get them shipped, I'd like to go to my local hardware store and pick some up. I've searched and searched online but haven't been able to find anything concrete. Thanks in advance!
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