Not sure when you placed the order, but if the truck hasn't been picked up by GM and placed in queue to be built the dealer can change whatever you want
#18-NA-316: Normal Characteristic - Front Tire Contacts Control Arm On Full Turn at Low Speed On Vehicles Equipped with 20" Tire/Wheels - (Nov 18, 2019) Subject: Normal Characteristic - Front Tire Contacts Control Arm On Full Turn at Low Speed On Vehicles Equipped with 20” Tire/Wheels Brand: Model: Model Year: Breakpoint: Engine: Transmission: from to from to Chevrolet Suburban 2015 2020 Tahoe Silverado 2015 2018 Silverado LD 2019 2019 GMC Sierra 2015 2018 Sierra Limited 2019 2019 Yukon Models 2015 2020 Involved Region or Country North America, Middle East Condition Some customers may comment on a light contact between the front tire and the control arm when in full turn and at low speeds. Cause This condition may be due to the design which allows increased steering articulation and reduces turning radius. Correction No repair attempts should be made as this is normal due to build variation.
The p/n for the liners for the sierra 2500 is 84496084. Those do look correct for 2500 liners. Procedure Caution: Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners must be the correct part number for that application. Do not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners, or fastener joint surfaces, unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in order to avoid damage to parts and systems. When using fasteners that are threaded directly into plastic, use extreme care not to strip the mating plastic part(s). Use hand tools only, and do not use any kind of impact or power tools. Fastener should be hand tightened, fully seated, and not stripped. Note: U Clips come pre installed on wheel house liner assembly. Remove the rear tire and wheel assembly. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Vehicle Service Manual. Remove the rear tire front air deflector, retain the fasteners. Refer to Rear Tire Front Air Deflector Replacement in Vehicle Service Manual. Remove the rear pickup box paint protector, retain the fasteners. Refer to Rear Pickup Box Paint Protector Replacement Remove the rear wheel opening molding, if equipped. Refer to Rear Wheel Opening Molding Replacement in Vehicle Service Manual. Remove and discard the U Clips (1) at the front and rear of lower wheelhouse. Insert the supplied push nuts (1) into the wheel house areas as shown. Fit the wheel house liner (1) to the vehicle and install the supplied retainer (4). Install the supplied plastic threaded nuts (3). Tighten to 2.5 N.m (22 lb in). Install the supplied bolts (2). Tighten to 2.5 N.m (22 lb in). Re-install the rear wheel opening molding, if equipped. Refer to Rear Wheel Opening Molding Replacement in Vehicle Service Manual. Re-install the rear pickup box paint protector. Refer to Rear Pickup Box Paint Protector Replacement Re-install the rear tire front air deflector. Refer to Rear Tire Front Air Deflector Replacement in Vehicle Service Manual. Re-install the rear tire and wheel assembly. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Vehicle Service Manual. Repeat procedure for other side.
This is not entirely correct. Condition / Concern A request may be made for a variety of reasons to change the tire size on a vehicle. Recommendations / Instructions General Motors will ONLY support a tire calibration for tires that have been sized, tested and designed for the vehicle in question and its applications. The only way to confirm that a calibration is available would be to visit YOUR sales department. Using the sales order guide, if you can build a vehicle, using the same make, model year, trim, and meet any restrictions listed in the tire section, GM will have a corresponding calibration available. Note: When changing tire size for new vehicles prior to the first sale and/or a tire/wheel size that may require a different pressure or alter the cargo carrying capacity of the vehicle, refer to #12-00-89-007B: Dealer Responsibility for Cargo Carrying Capacity Labeling. Once the tire application has been confirmed per the sales guide, contact Techline Customer Support Center to determine calibration availability. Please do not call Technical Assistance Center for these concerns. Note: There may be a cost to the customer for this service. This is NOT a feature that is covered under the manufacturer's warranty. Examples: First example - A customer with a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1WT Regular Cab built with 255/70/R17 tires would like to install a set of wheels and tires from a 2019 Silverado 1CX Double Cab, which came with 275/60/R20 size tires. Based on the order guide, the 1WT trim is only available with either 255/70R17 or 265/70R17 size tires. For this reason, a calibration will not be offered for this application
GM offers a kit to add fog lamps on 1500 I'm not seeing an application for 2500 yet. That kit includes everything you need to add fog lamps, including a program code to reflash the computer to let it know they are there. This is not a plug and play type deal.
Your comment about hose clamps and deleting entire systems has absolutely nothing to do with what anyone is talking about. I'm not getting sucked into one of your ridiculous wormholes, so I'm not going to respond anymore. I'm terribly sorry for actually contributing something to the actual topic.
The parts are sold to dealers in minimum pack sizes. But the quantity is billed, to the dealer first and then to the customer, individually. This is especially hard to explain when selling something online 99.99999% of the time the parts that come in packs are sold individually.
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