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    Ordered: 2022 3500HD SLE, 4x4, DBL, LNG, SRW, gasser

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  1. Double batteries/double alternators and plow/camper option. Now I am trying to guess what connector(s) are needed to install another backup camera when tailgate is removed for slide-in camper.
  2. Order for my 2022 double/long bed was finally accepted by GMC. Now the long wait for build and eventual delivery.
  3. Thanks for the answer. Just looked and found some nearby (<100 miles). One had it all...tires, rims and pressure sensor. Will try again after the truck is built and is at least on the way to the dealer.
  4. If my 2022 3500 is ever built and delivered I might want to get a set of rims to install snow/mud tires for camping. What are the better sources for aftermarket rims? I am looking for function not fancy. Stay healthy
  5. What impact will this have on my current 2022 order? autoevolution: General Motors Has Found a Clever Way to Deal with the Lack of Chips. https://www.autoevolution.com/news/general-motors-has-found-a-clever-way-to-deal-with-the-lack-of-chips-169921.html
  6. I again posted this earlier in the wrong thread, sorry. What I am trying to locate are details on the formal GM process for handling the missing items from packages. For example, just as others mention are the Rear Cross Traffic, Lane Departure and Lane Change (UFG, UFL and UKC) missing from the Driver Alert Packages I and II. I would like to know if these items might automatically be installed at time of build if components exist and how would one know? Or, can these items be added at a later date by the dealer? Thanks
  7. I have an order for a 2022 3500HD SLE double/long 4X4 that was placed last month with Event Description 1100 - Preliminary Order Accepted. As I look over the output from the Order Workbench I see packages listed but then some of the items that should be in a package are not listed. For example, Driver Alert Packages I and II (PQB/PDJ) are listed but items in those packages like Rear Cross Traffic, Lane Departure and Lane Change (UFG, UFL and UKC) are not. There are discussions on this chip gap on forums but I cannot find anything official from GM on what is happening and its mitigation process. I would like to know if these items may automatically be installed at time of build if components exist? Or, can these items be added at a later date by the dealer? What are others doing with their builds? Thanks
  8. elcamino, Many thanks. I will save your post for the next time I am at the dealer which will be tomorrow (Thursday)
  9. RLCC, I think I am having the same issue. I posted this on the "The official ordering, production & delivery thread - 2019 Silverado / Sierra" thread : (I will paste it as I can't figure out how to link on this forum software): ..... Can someone point me to the answer to my production questions? I ordered a 2022 Sierra 3500HS LTE double cab, long bed. They gave me a set of pages listing the build that looked like a variant off the GM web site format. A few days later I made a couple changes and they sent back pages in a different format that I believe is the output from the dealer's ordering group entry into the GM production database (I am calling it the GM database..it is probably called something different). Looking over this second set of pages I found many missing options. After another session at the dealer, it appears that when the order is entered in the GM database, the components to a package that will actually be included at that time are chosen by GM. For example, Driver Alert I or 2, may only have some of the components you believe will be included from their sales literature. In my case such items as Rear Cross Traffic Alert (UFG), Lane Departure Warning (UFL) and many more are not included. WOW! The cost of a package is less because components are missing but still that does not help me meet my requirements. Is it a weekly crap shoot to have the dealer review the order every week to see if it can be locked in when all the components are offered for a package? What should be expected these days ordering a truck? .....
  10. Can someone point me to the answer to my production questions? I ordered a 2022 Sierra 3500HS LTE double cab, long bed. They gave me a set of pages listing the build that looked like a variant off the GM web site format. A few days later I made a couple changes and they sent back pages in a different format that I believe is the output from the dealer's ordering group entry into the GM production database (I am calling it the GM database..it is probably called something different). Looking over this second set of pages I found many missing options. After another session at the dealer, it appears that when the order is entered in the GM database, the components to a package that will actually be included at that time are chosen by GM. For example, Driver Alert I or 2, may only have some of the components you believe will be included from their sales literature. In my case such items as Rear Cross Traffic Alert (UFG), Lane Departure Warning (UFL) and many more are not included. WOW! The cost of a package is less because components are missing but still that does not help me meet my requirements. Is it a weekly crap shoot to have the dealer review the order every week to see if it can be locked in when all the components are offered for a package? What should be expected these days ordering a truck? Thanks, Pat
  11. If they reuse colors from the past, there was a previous Forest Green Metallic: http://gtcarlot.com/colors/Chevrolet/TrailBlazer/2002/Forest+Green+Metallic/
  12. We plan to order a 2022 double/long SLE and will need lumbar support on the passenger seat. Which aftermarket products actually work? Thanks
  13. The PDF is great. But I would like to run a larger cable (4 to 8 gauge) from the battery to somewhere between the cab and bed to a connector. What connector should I use (Anderson?) and where/how should I fasten it to the bed? Thanks
  14. I really want a double cab so I will wait a few more months for the 2022 to go on sale. Thanks to all for input. Sent from my KFKAWI using Tapatalk
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