I'll join the club. I notice it mainly during light throttle. It stops if i accelerate faster or let off the pedal. I've only driven it in 2wd. Maybe it's when cylinders are deactivating? Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
Mine does it, a very high pitch noise for probably 20 seconds or so. It does it regardless if i set the parking brake or not. It is also a different noise than when i unlock and open the doors. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
I didn't pay for the hotspot so i connected mine to my home wifi for software updates. I'm not sure how long it connects each time. You can check by going into the wifi options. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
I use fuelly.com to log fuel mileage and see what others are getting. You don't have to sign up if you don't want to, just scroll to the bottom of the page and click, browse vehicles. There are some 2019s listed already including a Trail Boss.
The airbags may deploy differently depending if the computer reads whether the seatbelts are fastened or not. The issue maybe if you pull the clip so it reads you are wearing your seatbelt during an accident when you are not. I know of a specific example when the clip was disconnected and the airbags still deployed in an accident.
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bowtie2007 replied to Zane's topic in 2019 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraMy truck just arrived today. It received a VIN on 09/10/18. That was only 2 and half weeks from production to delivery in Texas. The dealer claims they put a rush on it so maybe that is why it didn't take a month.
I'm still waiting on my 2019 so I can't say for sure... but on the past trucks, there is a wire that comes from the bottom of the buckle between the seat and console. Follow it a short distance to a small connector. Unplug that connector and it will read that the seat belt is buckled.
Someone may have a better solution but this is what I did. There is a wiring panel to the left of the brake pedal with a black cover. I put a crimp connector on a wire and connected it to a stub in there. I then wired it to a relay so it does not draw power directly from the stub. The stub I used provides power when the key is in the on position only, not accessory. I included a picture showing which stub I used. It may be safe to pull power directly from it but I wanted to play it safe. When I add the picture, it is sideways. The bottom of the wiring panel is the right side of the picture.
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