eBay and patience is what I needed to find mine. I can modify your door harnesses and make you a harness to wire them in. The existing options you have will dictate what needs to be done. PM me for info. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
Regarding the wiring for the mirrors, center console, etc., I can help. Some options can be added with wiring, others will need module programming. I can make custom harnesses. I’ve dealt with the civilian trim levels and would like to work with you guys to see what can be added to the PPVs. I would certainly appreciate any pics of the body & door connector end views to determine what circuits are there from the factory. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
The suv HUD windshield GM part number is 23508429. I just had one installed in my 2015 Yukon. I have the lane keep assist option as well. For reference, the suv NON-HUD windshield with lane keep assist is GM part number 23508428. This will be the info on the HUD windshield.
cmatt replied to Mileguru's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsHmmm, I only have to press the button once in my Yukon. Wonder why it’s different on the trucks. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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cmatt replied to pgamboa's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsThe mirrors actually aren’t the same. The sail pieces are physically different. @pgamboa and I verified this. We also see where the wiring lands in the door connectors is different between platforms and models. Got your PM and will respond.
cmatt replied to pgamboa's topic in 2014-2018 Silverado & Sierra ModsI may be able to help. I have a late model suv and am familiar with the wiring in these platforms. To start I’ll need pics of your door and body side connectors to determine what circuits are present. We can take this discussion to PM so not to take this thread off topic.
One other area that had a “buzzing” sound on my 2015 Yukon was the metal overlay trim around the radio/HVAC controls. If you pull the trim off and look at its rear side, you’ll notice pieces of felt in strategic places. I used some felt tape and put corresponding pieces on the vents on either side of the screen. Worked perfectly to stop the noise. I’ll grab some pics next time I remove it.
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