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TexasKeith

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    Keith
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    Texas
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    2020 GMC Sierra

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  1. I had the same issue last week with the updated app. Everything in the list had a warning, but nothing in the truck had a warning light. Next day it was clear. But it also showed (see pic) that I was getting “heavenly” mpg, so I chalked it all up to app update bug. Another user said reinstalling the app will clear the issue.
  2. Thanks for the tip! Did you have any issues with logging back in? I remember when I first got my truck I had a tough time getting everything set up,
  3. They recently updated the MyGMC app. I think there is a bug in the new calculation formula. If only it was true!
  4. To follow up, I did order the new handle cover with the chrome piece (I couldn’t find the original all black cover by itself), and installed it myself. I’ve included some pics if anyone is interested.
  5. That’s a nice improvement! I recently bought a used 2020 GMC, and the tailgate handle cover had a crack from where I think it was lowered with a hitch installed. It would be nice to be able to lock that upper portion when you install your hitch so you don’t have to worry about accidentally dropping that portion of the gate. It seems like that would be a software/programming issue, but I am sure it will never be available to the previous year models before the 22.
  6. Do the two tailgate buttons, camera and light have to be detached from the old handle and attached to the new one? Or does the handle frame just slide over those parts?
  7. I would agree with you, he definitely did not! I didn’t notice the outline of the inner gate until the first time I looked at picture of the rear of the truck I had taken to send to a friend. That’s when I had the “well I’ll be” moment. I had to walk outside to look at it just to confirm that I wasn’t seeing things. Sure enough, it had been right there in front of me for two weeks. There are a few things that are minor annoyances with the truck, but overall I really do love it! The last truck I had was a 1993 Chevy (which I had until 2013), so this is definitely a huge leap in pretty much every category. Been driving an SUV for the past 8 years, so it is really nice to be in a truck again. This forum has been a huge help in tracking down info and learning things “the easy way” instead of the hard way! Thanks again to all who responded, and thanks gemarsh for the link and part name. Now I just have to find a GMC service department around here who is as competent as you guys!
  8. Yes, that was my thought also. I fall into the “I don’t drive around with my hitch in place when I’m not towing” category. Although I understand how someone could accidentally hit the wrong button. It took me a few times to remember which button is which. I didn’t realize for two weeks that the handle actually has a diagram to help us slow learners.
  9. I recently purchased a used, 2020 GMC Sierra. The top of the plastic cover over the two tailgate buttons has a crack in it, and I have looked and looked and haven’t been able to find a part number or even what it is supposed to be called. Does anyone know or can point me in the right direction? Also, has anyone ever replaced one of these? Is it difficult? I love this truck. There have been a few things that I have had to fix, or chose to upgrade, but this one bugs me every time I open the tailgate. Pics attached of the part I am referring to in case I have not been clear with my explanation. Thanks!
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