I think the problem is likely a combination of engineering misses. These trucks have a spoiler that water can get past in multiple places, a weak window frame that cracks, a poor job of sealing the glass to the frame, tabs and bolts that pass through to the inside of the cab, and a gap between the spoiler/glass/frame that allows water and gravity to do its thing. My concern is that if you completely seal the bottom of the spoiler, the water that gets under it from the top and light will pool underneath. Then the path of least resistance takes the water through the tab and bolt holes. Not sealing the channel on top of the glass allows water to make it through the cracks and inside the truck, and it drips in along the rails inside. That is my conundrum when thinking of solutions to the problem. The only full proof solution at this point is to get a solid window. The downside of that is it will affect trade in value, because I am effectively removing a factory option.
Nearly every wireless carrier offers unlimited data on your cell phone, and they can all be used as a hotspot. I just turn the hotspot on for the kids, and I added it to the networks in my truck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
This is still just for the 2020 models correct? I haven't driven my truck in about a week and a half, but I know I haven't received any updates. I might have somewhere to go this weekend, but until then it sits while I work.
Anything you do aftermarket to your suspension, that is not a GM part, will void the warranty if they can attribute the part to the failure. No, a grill will not void your warranty. As for camper shells, no clue. Not sure what kind of work tools you keep in your truck, or how big they are.
We have a 2019 Atlas for vacations. Before I bought the Sierra, I drove a 2017 Explorer Sport. I wanted the utility of a truck bed without having to worry about marring the interior. Between the two we are set, and we still have the Explorer which my son drives. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
It was pretty cold when I installed mine, and the garbage seal they send for the front of the bed will be useless. Don't bother using it anyway, I took mine off, and will add a better one in the future if I feel the need. (So far there is no need). Beyond that, you should be GTG. Install was straight forward. Just have an extra set of hands for getting it lined up and adjusted.
I haven't noticed this on my SLT, but my '17 Explorer Sport does the same thing. I think it is just loose tolerances in the rails of the seat. It isn't massive, and the dealer has tightened everything possible. They even went so far as to replace the bolts for the seat frame.
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