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  1. Just as weird that the center console doesn't open on certain trim levels, I saw a youtube video of a similar 2020 2500HD LT trim level crew cab where the cloth back seat didn't have the center arm rest and cup holders, nor the little cubby spaces in the 2 outside seat backs. I thought those were standard?
  2. I don't have these yet, but they are made to fit the 2020 2500HD. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07KVKN9PZ/?coliid=I1YKHJXV7PHWIC&colid=1OFF548H1MIZL&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  3. 3 cables. I leave one in the truck, at work, and at home to recharge the phone, so the insert doesn't have to be removed.
  4. My January OnStar email shows that my tires went down from 60 psi in September when I bought the truck, down to 48 psi in both front tires. And the rears went down from 70 to 58 left and 60 right. Sounds like it is just temperature related in the loss of psi.
  5. Man, that sucks! Glad it happened under warranty. Hopefully they can get you back up and running with a new engine soon. And give you a loaner in the meantime. Keep us posted on the failure results.
  6. WOW!!! How old is the truck and how many miles on the engine?? I have over 7,500 miles on my truck.
  7. I find it odd that only 2,004 trucks are affected by this recall. They should already know which range of VIN numbers are affected, but it won't be another month before they start the recall. Replacing the whole hood, hood latch, and striker wire is going to be pricey. The hood latch is plastic right? Or just the lever is plastic? I'd have to look at mine again. Seems just replacing the striker wire/hoop would be enough. Some guys that ceramic coated their hoods are going to be ticked LOL
  8. This is the one I have. https://smile.amazon.com/Magnetic-Charger-MAGNITTO-Pack,3-3-Straight/dp/B07W4XRYKY/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=MAGNITTO&qid=1584619076&sr=8-1
  9. My monthly OnStar email said that my tire pressures were too low and needed action when they were more than 10 psi below the 60 psi for the front tires and 70 psi for the rear tires. But the TPMS alert never came on in the truck. They were down to 48 psi front and 58 psi rear from 60/70 that the dealer set them to because of the drop in temperature during the winter. Honestly I didn't notice any difference in the ride quality.....
  10. I've only towed about 5,500-6,000 lbs with my 6.6L gasser, but a 29' x 7.5' snowmobile trailer on winter roads. It was very stable and a huge improvement over my 1/2 ton that I traded in for the 2020 2500HD. I had a 3/4 ton 6.0L gas engine before and this new 6.6L with the 6 speed transmission works extremely well with the power and torque and shift points. I've very happy with it and rides very well for a 3/4 daily driver. Here is a good read, as well as other threads on here about the 6.6L gas engine.
  11. I was told that I could add the GM Navigation SD card to my 2020 2500HD LT trim truck, but my dealer suggested to use Android Auto from my phone with Google maps instead and that has worked out for me. I just bought one of those charging and data transfer cords with a magnetic end and it is easy to connect that way and works just fine.
  12. Pics from last weekend meeting up with my buddies and taking their trailer.
  13. Thanks for the update. I don't have to worry about that issue as I don't have a sunroof. But now I'm worried about the rear window and spoiler leaking.
  14. I don't believe that is a law in Michigan. I would say over half of the vehicles on the road drive with their fog/driving lights on with their low beam headlights. It is impossible to use the fog/driving lights with the high beams, which I think is a stupid configuration.
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