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Tahoe02

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  1. Do a Google search as there are pictures of how to replace with detailed instructions.
  2. Water Pump/Gasket Leak

    Yea and if that option was really on our trucks the next thread would be how do I disconnect that annoying buzzer. LOL.
  3. Probably all you can do is make sure the power seat is all the way to the bottom and leave the interior sunroof cover open all the time.
  4. Googles shows that routing preferences is in your owners manual. You may want to take a look.
  5. Grade active braking? Thats exactly what I was thinking.
  6. YJSONLY, did you check on Ebay or Craigslist for 20" wheels and tires.
  7. Check these part numbers and see if it is what you are looking for GM part # 22801024 and 22801025. Found these on Ebay.
  8. If the little rock guards are GM parts then go to the GM accessories web page and get the part numbers. Then i would go to Ebay who has better pricing, free shipping and no tax.
  9. If they used your VIN then it should be correct. Maybe check with another Dealer and see if the code for your VIN matches. Could just get the new key cut from your original key and let it go. Depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Good luck.
  10. Try to take a picture of the radio screen and at least get it documented.
  11. Fan speed with Phone Call?

    Or try your old phone first.
  12. Look on page #3 as someone had already started one of these threads "keys and noise" with 30 posts so far. https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/212965-keys-and-noise/
  13. CHEVY SHAKE FIXED!

    There is a difference between the Dealer balancing the tires and having a road force balance. Did you get a print out showing the percentage(I am not an expert but I believe 15 and below is acceptable) at each wheel. If so maybe you could post it and one of the experts on here could give you their opinion. Good luck.
  14. I have a 2017 Chevy Tahoe that has none of the issues you describe. I would search cars.com or autotrader.com and go test drive a vehicle just like yours to see if it exhibits any of the symptoms you described. If not then I would ask the Dealer to fix yours. Sometimes we can get a lemon and if they don't fix it to your satisfaction I would look at the Lemon Law in your state and hire a Lemon Law attorney who usually get paid as part of the settlement and no out of pocket expense to you. We pay way too much for these big GM SUVs to not be happy with what we are driving. And by the way GM is not your friend, they are only there to take your hard earned money. Been there done that. Good luck.
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