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  1. I'm pretty sure that the Qi spec changes also mandate backwards compatability. https://www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com/developers/specification.html states: They also point out that the current revision is 1.2.4 which means that all rev 1 chargers should charge any rev 1 devices which should be just about all of them.
  2. Just a quick question since I can't find the answer elsewhere and don't particularly feel inclined to rip apart my console (just to put it back together and rip it apart again to actually upgrade): the harness that connects to the lid, is it connected in a way that you can remove the lid without disconnecting it from the charger side (does it have a disconnect in the lower part of the console or is it an integrated part of the console harness?) Thanks!
  3. Long story short, dealership had the truck for a week and did the torque converter replacement. Said that the old converters caused a foaming in the trans fluid somehow and that's what was causing the issues. The truck runs just fine now, no more shudder under that set of circumstances (or at all from what I can tell). Now, the dealership on the other hand... Well, as the saying goes "if you don't have something nice to say"...
  4. Had a salesman tell me that if the only thing about the truck I didn't like was that it was 2WD, they could add 4WD to the truck to get it off the lot... I walked out after telling the manager.
  5. I'm using this add-a-circuit https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01I8JK0HW/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (it was a pain finding the right size since the one from my 03 didn't fit the new fuse block). If I get my truck back tomorrow, I'll post some pictures. Really it wasn't that difficult, I used a 12v to 5v(USB) DC downconverter, ran a long USB cable (2m I believe) between the fuse box on the drivers side, up the pillar (mind the airbag), across to the overhead center console (which is where the extension cable ended up) then a short 2' USB A to Mini cable running down with the front facing camera wiring and then over to the camera (which is just right of the front facing camera).
  6. Nah, mine is a rythmic beeping, "beep, beep, beep" consistently throughout the video.
  7. I hard wired mine (I have an A119) to turn on/off with ignition and have had pretty much no problems with it. Lately I've noticed the video has a beeping sound in it which is coming from the camera, but it's not enough that I care. Most recently, I have used it to identify the dealership was lying to me about the service done on my truck. Hopefully I'll get the truck back tomorrow, fixed, and figure out how much of the last week has been lies as well.
  8. I just got a call, he said that the issue is that I have the selector in "Auto 4WD" (which I do) and that when he put it in 2WD, the issue went away (which is false because I tried that). I'm going to go pick it up and take it to a different dealer.
  9. Got a call, they said they balanced the tires but that didn't fix it. I can expect the next update tomorrow. Interestingly, according to my OnStar and myChevrolet apps, they haven't even driven it a mile yet. Either the apps are lying to me or it must be hell figuring out what the issue is without actually testing anything... It most certainly would take more than under a mile to even get a good feel for what's going on.
  10. To get to the next track, can't you hit the next button on the panel below (between RADIO and the HOME buttons)? It's probably a timeout setting in your settings, but I don't recall exactly where it would be.
  11. Thanks! I'm pretty sure this is going to be a cut and dry TC issue, but let's see where they go with it.
  12. That's how I feel too. Just nice to know when I'm being lied to.
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