Mine had been also..... I have a copy of the information that my dealership gave me that I'll scan and share (it specifically calls out the P/N 730129). I have removed the Hypertech calibrator to see if the condition still exists.
Had this exact issue with 2019 with 10,500 miles on it. Needless to say, I'll be taking it off the truck. Has anybody contacted Hypertech about some sort of refund since their product does not work as advertised (causes issues with new body style trucks)?
While driving Saturday night my 2019 Silverado went 'crazy', all gauges quit working (all needles went to left including tach, speedometer, etc.) and digital speedometer went to zero. Warning lights stayed on during this time, AC turned off (fan continued running but not cooling), cruise turned off (though it was not always on when this happened), seemed that power steering turned off (still could turn but felt like I lost power assistance), backup/reverse lights did not work. It happened several times but everything has come back on after various lengths of time. The truck never turned off but all these conditions stayed until the issue resolved itself. Has anyone else had this issue?
Have you had anymore issues? Guess my luck ran out today/tonight with having no issues on my 2019 Silverado (purchased in October 2019 and just over 10,300 miles). The gauge cluster started showing all codes, all needles went to zero while moving (tachometer, speedometer, etc), and the a/c stopped working. I also noticed that the reverse lights and camera were both not working. Has anyone else had this issue?
Having trouble getting a good video.... will try to get a good one soon. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I'm debating this for my 2019 6.2 / 10 speed since I have read nothing good about DFM. Wonder if I can use this with my auto stop eliminator? I dread having to take the dash apart again to take it out.
I’ll see if I can get a decent video this weekend if the weather clears up in NC. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I went with the AFE Power muffler replacement.... really like it. It has a nice deep sound and a bit more loudness with no drone (left the upstream flapper in place). For $139 and a hour of my time in the garage, I would do it again and recommend it to anyone.
Installed a BakFlip MX4 tonneau cover.... straight forward install and took me about a hour by myself. I had camper shells on my last three trucks but didn’t want to lose the camera on this one so I think this will work great to give me a means to lock things up in the bed. Tailgate auto feature works great also. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I couldn’t shell out that kind of cash for a cat back when there is minimal horsepower gain. I’ll keep my AFE! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Very pleased with this ‘muffler replacement’ so far... very deep and slightly louder and no drone at 75mph. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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