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  1. It is the same. I bought one for my 1500 but traded that for a 2500 a year later. I moved the safe to the 2500 and it fit exactly the same. Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  2. Not sure if your issue is the same but i had an issue with the truck saving the pressures as well. I would go through the learning process and all the pressures would show indicating it worked. But after pushing the button to complete the process, it would lose everything. I did this multiple times but they would not save. I had an extra sensor so I programmed the extra sensor as my first tire and then did the remaining tires as usual. That time it saved showing the first tire with 0 psi as it should. After that, i reprogrammed the installed sensors again and it finally saved. It seemed like there was a glitch and it took changing a variable for it to reset itself. Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  3. I tow a 33' travel trailer weighing about 7500lbs. I had a 2019 Sierra and traded it for a 2020 HD. My main concerns switching was ride quality and gas mileage. This is my first HD and the main differences i notice in the HD are stiffer suspension, the steering is not as responsive, and the brake pedal feels softer. I'm acclimated to all those differences and don't think about them anymore. The ride really is actually better than i expected. I can't comment on gas mileage because i gave up on the gas truck i ordered back in August. That truck is just now in transit to the dealership, over 6 months later. I ended up buying a diesel in December. All that said, towing stability is night and day! I kept thinking i could just tow with a half ton because i didn't want a HD. Knowing what i know now, i won't buy another half ton to pull a camper. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  4. It's not often but when mine stays black, i push the home button below the radio and it comes back on. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  5. I did finally get it but i appreciate the suggestions. I did try through both screens, multiple times in each but it would not save after pushing done. I had an extra sensor so i decided to do it again but use the uninstalled sensor as my first tire, then the other 3 as normal. When i did that, it finally saved showing the first tire as 0 psi as it should. I then went through the setup again with the installed sensors and it saved them. I've now towed several times and they are working as they should. I guess it was a glitch in the system and it took changing a variable to get it out of the loop. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  6. The most notable difference is overall ride and handling. With the soft suspension of the 1500, the truck felt floaty and i was gripping the steering wheel with both hands a lot of the time. Cross winds would constantly push and pull the truck around. The second biggest difference is the gas tank. 24 gallons at 8 to 9mpg does not get you very far. With 36 gallons, i feel like i drive forever. I was also maxed out on tongue weight, payload and RGAWR. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  7. I did the same as limelight. I bought a 2019 Sierra 1500 and was pulling a 33" travel trailer weighing about 7500lbs. The half ton wasn't handling well with that size trailer so i bought a 2500. My first HD...what a difference!
  8. I installed a dash camera making my own hidden switched 12 volt socket. I tapped into Fuse 26 on the passenger fuse box using a micro 3 fuse tap... and then wired a 12 volt socket into the glovebox. There is a ground bolt near the door trim of the passenger floorboard. Works great and its all hidden! Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  9. Has anyone had an issue with the trailer tire sensors saving. I created a trailer profile and went through the process to program the sensors. At the end, it showed all the pressures and temperatures with a button that says done. I push done and it doesn't save. It immediately goes to the trailer profile with a button to set up the sensors. I did it three times but it will not save. Any suggestions? I had a 1500 and programmed the sensors with no problems. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  10. I have 2800 miles and mine has done 3 regens, each occurring every 800ish miles. The only reason i know is because i use the torque pro app with a bluetooth OBD dongle. I added some custom programs which tell me the soot level and regen status. The custom programs are from a guy on youtube, Chad Ivan. He created the programs based on the small Duramax but it has worked great on the 6.6. The only thing i notice different when the truck is in regen is the instant fuel economy. Normally, when coming to a stop, the reading is 99mpg. During regen, it was 30 to 40mpg. I would have no idea otherwise. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  11. Well, this is my first diesel so i don't know any different but i have the TSB which says it is normal. I will try to get it later and attach the info. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  12. I was able to get 2.49% through the dealership using PNC bank. I bought mine December 23rd. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  13. I had the same problem on my S8. I uninstalled android auto on my phone, restarted the phone, and then reinstalled. This fixed the problem for me. Before that, i tried clearing the data and cache for the android auto app but that didn't work. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
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