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  1. I was in the same boat as you this time last year. I had a 2018 Sierra denali 1500 6.2 with 15k miles on it, and needed to upgrade to accommodate an unexpected travel trailer upgrade. I end up traded my 1500 in for a used 2018 Sierra 2500 Denali with 40k miles on it. Asking was 55k, but I got them down 50k. I've owned several GM gassers over the years, buy this is my first diesel. All I can say is, Wow! The 6.6 duramax is awesome. Pulls my 10k lbs TT through the mountains with ease. I now have 53k miles on it and it runs beautifully. I've heard a well-maintained Duramax can run between 200-250k miles, if not more. As for asking price, 45k seems a little high. I would check kbb and edmunds. If I can give any advice, I would ask the dealership to do a full diesel oil change/filter swap and top off the DEF tank. One of the drawbacks to the diesel is maintenance is costly, but if done properly can run forever. Hope this helps. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  2. New to us 2017 308bhts. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  3. Glad to hear GM came through. Amazing this is not a safety recall for everyone I also had my rear window assembly replaced last week under the service bulletin. (parts were on back order for several weeks). GM eventually came through for me as well, but man!, did they make it hard. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
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  5. PM me if you need copies of the Bulletins. On a side note, I suspect GM is staggering the roll out of certain VIN's/Vehicles to northern state sales (Increased defrost use!!), which I think is BS. I believe they're also trying to dampen the demand for repair parts by slowing the roll-out: "Parts Pre-Ship Information – For USA and Canada Pre-shipment of limited quantities of parts numbers 84819605 and 84819606 supporting upcoming Customer Satisfaction Bulletin N192265660 (14-19MY K2 Silverado/Sierra with Power Sliding Rear Window – RPO A48) was shipped to Dealerships located in Alaska, Idaho, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Vermont. Pre-shipment is based on a fair share allocation reflecting the number of involved VINs assigned to a Dealership. All Dealership orders for these parts placed prior to and during the pre-ship phase were be cancelled. " It's insanity how GM is handling this.
  6. GT, GM should 100% cover this repair. What Year and Model is your truck? My advise: - Don't give up. - Insist GM continue to escalate your case. Ask them to audit the List of VIN's covered by the Bulletin. - Put a claim in with NHTSA and let GM know you are doing so. - If you haven't done so already send your pictures to GM. It took me 3-4 follow-up calls until they finally covered my repair after telling me several times it was not covered. Good luck. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  7. For those in search of an OEM Puck System frame:
  8. For sale GM Puck System Receiver off 2019 GMC 3500 Sierra. Will fit 2015-2019 Sierra 3500 HD and Silverado 3500 HD. Part No 8416444. Also includes bed hole covers. $400 OBO Pick up in Maryland/Virginia area
  9. Good News. I just got a call from the dealership. Apparently there was a revision to bulletin N192265660 released today and now my VIN is included. (Maybe GM was listening after all, but I doubt I had anything to do with it) Here was my message to GM earlier this week: Good Morning GM Customer Care, As advised I just spoke with (Dealer info omitted). He is now up to speed on my repair request/status. He is aware the vehicle has been diagnosed and parts have been ordered. All that needs to be determined now is, who is going to cover the cost, as I believe the customer should not be stuck with the $1,400 bill. As I stated before this is clearly an issue that should be covered 100% by GM under Notice N192265660. I understand my VIN is not listed, but it absolutely should be, based on the written recall symptoms, diagnosis, and photos. Please elevate my concern as needed to gain additional over site and/or audit of the recall database. Also, as I’ve mentioned before, I’ve owned 7 GM/Chevy trucks over the past 20 years (3 of which were purchased from (Dealer info omitted), and never once have I put in a claim like this. To that end, this situation has certainly caused me to rethink my loyalty. This is a blatant safety issue that could result in glass shattering on my child or even fire. I believe GM needs to step up and cover these repairs 100%, period! Please review and advice how I should proceed. Bottom line, keep hounding GM and your Dealership.
  10. I completely agree. It is mind-boggling why they don't include all VIN numbers in the recall. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks Jim, I'll give that a look in the morning. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  12. I am still doing research. I had my rear defrost short out on my 2018 GMC Sierra HD last week. Luckily it did not shatter the window. Dealership is telling me I'm not covered under the recall and they want $1400 out of pocket to replaced the rear window assembly. Even my Ally Major Guard extended warranty denied the repair. Crazy. Looking into other options. 44k on the truck. I've reached out to GMC customer service. Waiting to hear back. Also, does anyone know the fuse/relay location for the rear defrost. I want to pull that before things get worse. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  13. Anyone have a PDF copy of the recall document# N192265660
  14. 2018 GMC Sierra Denali 6.2, 1330 Payload 2018 Passport 239ml, 5400 Lb GVWR
  15. Short or standard bed? Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Tapatalk
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