It only took 11 min for the update and they said the truck must be turned off during the update. I didn't notice the voltage being low at all after the update. I will check on that in the morning.
I have a 2021 Sierra 1500 AT4 with the 3.0 Duramax. So I got a notification there was an update for my infotainment system today, it said release date was 9-13-2021 I don't recall the update number. I did the update. After the update I started the truck and it is idling very rough to the point that the truck is shaking, the service ABS light is now on, and the traction control is stuck in the off position. Has anyone else had this happen?
First time I reported it to the dealer I purchased it from, they said "That's because it was cold outside" I said it was 85 outside when it happened. They basically just blew it off that I was dumb or something.
I have had a few of the crank no-start issues. Mine shifting from 1st-2nd and 2nd-3rd the truck does jerk a bit, even when accelerating gently. The rest of the changes I can't feel them. I am not sure if this is what you consider harsh shifting or not.
I'm not sure how closely related the issue Subaru had back around '13 (I'm not a mechanic, and I don't play one on TV), but this service bulletin talks about a extended crank and/or no start along with other items. They seemed to fix it with a shim too, so hopefully they are right about the shim. https://static.nhtsa.gov/odi/tsbs/2014/SB-10052498-5734.pdf
This is my first domestic vehicle I have ever owned. I was debating between this (2021 1500 AT4) or the new Tundra. My boss was raving about how great GMCs are. I decided to take the plunge and got the AT4. Right now I am wishing I had waited for the new Tundra, depending on how long it takes for them to fix this I may or may not trade in my At4 when the new Tundra comes out.
Not trying to answer for them, but I was a big cheerleader for the Fuse box bolts as after mine did it the first time I found mine way out of spec. I too re-torqued them a few weeks ago, they were loose. But after my truck did the crank-no start yesterday when I got home I pulled out the torque wrench and all 4 were still at 53 in-lb.
Just had my second long crank no start , first one was at about 230 miles, this one was at 5690 miles. Second one I had run into a store for about 15-20 min like others have reported. But I had done this several times before with no issue.
I had the crank no start on my '21 Sierra AT4 with the baby duramax in it at around 300 miles. I did some research and found the forum post linking to the bulletin about tightening down the fuse box bolts in the engine bay. I too had to turn them several rotations before they were in spec at 53 in-lb. I just turned over 5,000 miles today and I have not had the issue since I tightened down those bolts. I have read a few posts (not sure if it is on this forum or another, where people claim to have the dealer check them and the dealer says they are fine. I'm curious if this is a
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