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SteveCZ

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  1. Tried to add one more to my previous post, but the files are too big. Had to get one with the puppy in it.
  2. All waxed up for a Spring and Summer, anybody have any spare arms I can borrow for a few days while mine heal? Woof!
  3. Sorry for the confusion, I meant the auto open / down feature. I wasn’t aware that they had an auto up / down tailgate? Maybe it’s only on the Chevy’s? thank you everyone for the input. Ordering my LoPro today.
  4. Even when pushing the tailgate button inside the cab? The Tailgate fully deploys?
  5. Sounds like the same thing that happened to my 5.3 AT4... Valve body replacement for bad solenoid....
  6. Ok, so I've read through multiple threads on tonneau covers on here, but none answer the question I have, so here it goes.... I had a LoPro on my 2014 Sierra, and liked it, until it started leaking, because the foam in the front of the bed fell out. I'm taking the blame for that one, because I installed it myself and probably didn't do it right (lesson learned). Other than that, I loved the features. I want to go with the same cover again, on my 2020 AT4, but my main concern is the power opening tailgate. Does anyone on here have the SAME tonneau cover listed, with the MultiPro tailgate, and if so, does it interfere with the auto down feature, or the use of the tailgate in anyway? I'd rather try to avoid buying a cover from the Stealer, which seems nearly twice as expensive as this LoPro, and not as nice, simply because it "works" with the power tailgate. Again, please let's keep this thread on point, and ONLY if you have a LoPro on your Sierra with a power down tailgate.
  7. Over a month in, nearly another 1900 miles. I believe I have 3-400 more to go before the same mileage when the valve body failed previously (1939). Crossing my fingers it makes it past that.
  8. The lake? It will keep the fishermen frozen too!
  9. 2020 GMC AT4 5.3 10 speed here. Have just over 2k miles on it. The only hesitation I feel is if I’m light on the throttle, the shift from first to second has a “soft lag”. If I give her some gas off the line it shifts quicker, but definitely no clunk. After that, the shifts are nearly imperceptible. At least until the pressure control solenoid went for third gear on the highway and I had to have the truck flat bedded to the stealer. Waited a week for a valve body replacement. Got the truck back two days ago, seems ok, but is in “relearn” mode. I have to train it all over again. Granted, I haven’t heard of many, if at all, issues with the 10 speed, hoping mine was just a fluke. Love the truck otherwise, coming from a 2014 SLT. The biggest difference is the headlights actually light up the road!
  10. Valve body replaced, which included the solenoid that was bad ( reported by TCM). The truck now shifts. I will update should anything else warrant it.
  11. Valve body arrived today. Hoping to get the truck back Monday at the latest....
  12. New valve body is on order..... we shall see.
  13. Now that’s hilarious! Must be the person left GM to work for Ford doing the programming.
  14. Definitely keep everyone updated. I agree, first problem I’ve heard of too. On a different note, for my fellow 10 speeders, is your shift from first to second “soft / slow” sometimes? I did notice that, occasionally, seemingly based on throttle position, the shift from first to second will have a slight delay, but then continue on normally. If I give it more gas, it shifts faster and is fine. Trying to determine if it’s inclusive of the problem here or “just the way it is”
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