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  1. Standard features vary depending on trim level. For WT, RST, LT and LT Trail Boss models, the vertical trailering mirror function is tagged with RPO code DPO, while the mirrors for the LTZ and High Country get RPO code DQS. Compare and contrast the features of both below: 2020 Silverado 1500 Towing Mirrors (WT, RST, LT, LT Trail Boss) Black mirror caps Outside power-adjustable Heated upper glass Lower convex mirrors Integrated turn signal indicators Auxiliary lighting Manual folding/manual extending Clearance lamps 2020 Silverado 1500 Towing Mirrors (LTZ, High Country) Chrome mirror caps Outside power-adjustable Heated and auto-dimming upper glass Lower convex mirrors Integrated turn signal indicators Auxiliary lighting Power folding/manual extending Puddle lamps Perimeter lighting Read more: http://gmauthority.com/blog/2019/08/here-are-the-optional-2020-silverado-1500-towing-mirrors/#ixzz5ztmfSqV4
  2. People come to this great forum to ask about problems because they are seeking to educate themselves before a dealer trip. No need to show distain for posters.
  3. haha. I LOVE the truck. The noise could be annoying if I was OCD.
  4. I hear it on my 6.2 / 10 speed. I don't like it, but I think I am stuck with it. At first I thought it was the radio antenna.
  5. I believe the Denali and maybe the HC have an electronic cluster instead of needles.
  6. Wow! Sounds like a big job. Ugh. I really would like to install warning lights on it or in it for working on the road.
  7. Has anyone removed the rear cab spoiler and third brake light? Is it just a few holes underneath? Do I need to remove the headliner to access screws? I would like to modify mine and thought someone may have some experience. Thanks
  8. I put 187,000 worry free miles on my 2013 5.3. It was still really strong.
  9. Good advice. It sure is odd the way they are releasing these trucks. So many other manufacturers allow much more liberty when picking out vehicles. Just build and price a Crapstang sometime.
  10. They do not "Come down" but you can unbolt them. I think the bottom is attached too. Are you sure the noise is behind? My headrests rattled until I did the GM standard fix to them... bend the posts apart further with my hands.
  11. Yeah, this is a fail on GMs part. 5 minutes is all you get.
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