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Adaptive cruise, lane keep assist, and auto high beams not working on 2021 Silverado High country.. Water pump recently went out had to get it towed to dealer they replaced it but when I got the car back these don’t work. Third time this truck has been in the shop don’t really feel like taking it back. First time 4WD was broken.. second time my lifters collapsed. Any suggestions on fixing these tech features or should I just take back to dealer.
I've read quite a few posts about putting in resistors or removing sensors and trying to make this subject way more complicated than it needs to be. I wanted to share the success I had with my truck that took less time to disable the automatic features than writing this post will take. Simply remove the light switch panel/housing from your dash and disconnect the plugs going into the back of each switch. Take the assembly inside into some good light and take apart the headlight switch from the housing. Next take apart the switch itself being careful not to pry too deep and pop the releases (the circuit board is just under this cover). Once open you'll see a small coiled spring in one of the corners. Lift it up and it pops right out. Reassemble everything and you're done. Less than 5 minutes and your lights operate the way lights used to work....turn the switch if you want them to come on. You can still move the switch to auto if you want as well but now they will stay in the off position if that's where you want them.
I have added a digital glowshift pressure guage to my 2014 silverado. It requires +12v to enable dimming at night (this is not a variable dimming feature). Glowshift is less than helpful in assisting with wiring needs. Does anyone know how to connect to the auto-headlight feature or some other method so that the guage can receive 12v and enable appropriate dimming at night?