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  1. This is a great thread though I’m still trying to get clear on what all comes with the oem 2” kit. I basically want to do the oem lift but use the eibach level one kit in place of the ranchos. I have an LT Z71 so I may have to do the rear spring swap from composite to steel as well. I saw part numbers for the rear jounce bumpers, though can anyone advise on the other parts and if they are needed? Currently I’m planning to do the eibach kit, longer cv axles, steel leafs and blocks in the rear as well as rear bump stops. Do I need to do the compatibility brackets or front jounce bumpers? If s
  2. Looking for some help here: I have a 2019 crew LT z71. I want to level but avoid any nose up. Planning to do eibach adjustable shocks. My question is getting the level height right. When comparing to many on the threads (non trail boss or at4) my factory stance seems much different in existing rake and ride height. Currently ground to rear measures at 38 7/8 and front 37 3/4. Roughly 1 1/8” different. Same tire to fender rear 7 1/4 and front 6 1/2. I have about 20k mi so maybe some settling in. I’m concerned the adjustable setting on the shocks putting me at 1.7” could get me nose high. Of cou
  3. Looking for some help here: I have a 2019 crew LT z71. I want to level but avoid any nose up. Planning to do eibach adjustable shocks. My question is getting the level height right. When comparing to many on the threads (non trail boss or at4) my factory stance seems much different in existing rake and ride height. Currently ground to rear measures at 38 7/8 and front 37 3/4. Roughly 1 1/8” different. Same tire to fender rear 7 1/4 and front 6 1/2. I have about 20k mi so maybe some settling in. I’m concerned the adjustable setting on the shocks putting me at 1.7” could get me nose high. Of cou
  4. Ive taken my vehicle in for service on this issue. Of course the tech provided the GM bulletin explaining that the vehicle needs to be at full stop for transmission to recognize it needs to start from 1st gear. Doesn't matter if Im at a standstill or not, I still get a jump that feels like Ive been rear ended. In addition, there are times that when backing into a roadway or out of a driveway, that I need to shift and go to operate safely. This also happens at low speeds, such as pulling in a parking lot of driveway, push on the gas after slowing and WHAM! I have zero confidence in this vehicle
  5. Yup. Still in the 2019. As long as Im in warranty, Ill hang onto it, and may push this back up the chain at some point. Im not letting my frustration cost me money on a trade.
  6. Might as well share my horror story with this repair. Quick backstory, Ive had 14 total repairs to my truck, including this rear window leak. 145 total days out of service as a result of all the repairs including over 55 days with no loaner. Lemon Law arbitration in Texas was a joke, claim was dismissed despite: - Brake master cylinder failure plus 3x subsequent CEL for brake system communication issues - Brake system leak - Infotainment system reboot and distorted screen / eratic behavior 2x replaced unit, 1x replaced screen, issue persists - Back up camera replacement
  7. What state are you in? I have had a similar experience, and reached a district manger. 3 months in the shop for this leak, still not fixed plus 10 other unrelated repairs in 7 months of ownership. Its been a nightmare. However, the district manger has offered a trade credit, but says a buyback is not even an option in my case. May be related to state lemon laws
  8. I just got mine back from the second attempt to fix the rear window, which appears to be holding, but now had the same footwell puddle you do after rain last night. Have they fixed this for you yet? Would love to provide some suggested fixes to my dealer since it wasn't right the first time.
  9. Thats my next step at this point. 3 different infotainment repairs, leaking pinion seal repair, brake failure, master cylinder leak, CEL for brake control module communication error 2x and still unresolved, leaking rear window, now back to the shop for rear window again. 22% of my days of ownership its been in the shop. Also, GM has stopped returning calls once I requested a resolution. Not every owner has it this bad. Ive been extremely patient over the past 6 months, but GM needs to own up that this isn't the experience they want for their owners. Holding things loosely these days given much
  10. Hey all, I came across this thread on accident a while ago. Thought I was a lucky one, but after having a series of other issues with my truck, I went out to my truck with a flashlight, and sure enough 2 basketball size water marks on my headliner and water streaks down my window. Well, truck went to the shop for 28 days getting everything fixed. Dealer explained it was my brake light and spoiler leaking. So they pulled those, resealed, removed front window to replace headliner, replaced all damaged items in the cab, and caulked my rear window. Picked up 2 days ago, and first thunderstor
  11. Is everyone getting replacement glass? Has anyone had an explanation of the repair? My dealer is stating they will reuse the same glass.
  12. Wow. Yet another bummer of an issue with my 2019. At this point, my truck has had a repair every month of ownership and now this. I didn't even notice the leak, but came across this post in the forums. I went out to check my truck and sure enough, 2 basketball sized water marks on my headliner, water streaks down the window and rusted rear seat mounts. Truck is at the dealer awaiting parts. I haven't been able to read all the 119 previous pages and I have a question. My dealer is saying they need to pull my rear window and reseal, pull the rear spoiler and seal, and go through the front glass
  13. I had the update performed. Went 1 week with no issues then had a check engine light for a few days that eventually went off. Went back to the dealer and was told it’s throwing the same codes (loss of communication to brake control module) that the update was supposed to fix. So now waiting to hear what dealer / GM engineers have to say about my truck since it’s apparently still having the issue, although showing CEL vs the other warnings that have been a part of this problem.
  14. If you look back in the forums, the infotainment update is unrelated to the brake issue. It’s the programming of the bcm software done by the dealer. Regardless, sorry you have this issue. It’s a bummer for all of us.
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