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  1. Open Android Auto, Settings, First option should be "Try the new Android Auto" - enable If not there, force stop the app, re-start app, do the above, should be there...
  2. Thanks NCPGMC, replacing tires soon and this helped decide on the Defenders now. Going thru dealer, 4 for 3 and price match.
  3. Any difference between Michelin Defender LTX M/S & regular LTX M/S2 other than price?
  4. 18mm hex head bolt. You should get 2 per hook if bought new.
  5. Plan on removing driver side tomorrow....did they slide straight in or angle or something? I can start the long side, but short side stops for some reason....
  6. Guys, could use some help.....Is there a trick to installing the hooks after you remove? Took out passenger side, and tried putting in new chrome ones. Could not get it to go in...Still have the plastic piece between frame end and bumper there. Shoud it just slide in or is it a super tight fit? Thanks
  7. Installers are now using computer cutouts. Saw that when I did mine last year. Makes sense, less waste for them. Had 20% Ceramic done all around. Not quite as dark as regular carbon.
  8. Contact Chris @ White Auto & Media for programming costs (each one is unique). My application, total cost (cluster & programming) including all shipping came in @ $700ish. I purchased a new cluster instead of trying to find a used one. Just shy of 3 weeks from ordering cluster to installing in truck.
  9. I would guess no because don't think Cadillac offers manul seat controls in the Escalade. I could be wrong, haven't bought or looked into what Cadillac offers....
  10. So switched out my seat trim to the Escalade trim.....stock... new.... well worth it
  11. Well, huge thanks to Chris White @ White Auto and Media, rcvd & installed my Denali cluster after work today. Super easy - 2 tools: 15 Torx & 7mm socket. 2016 Denali cluster GM part #84254168 for 2016 GMC/Chevy, approx $400 new + programming cost. Best money spent on coolest mod to our trucks. Stock Sierra SLT Denali cluster 20 minutes tops for install
  12. Just found this thread and decided I want to do the same. Part # update, both seat panels have changed Driver side is now # 84147960 Pass. side is now # 84147942 all knobs are the same
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