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  1. I have a 2019 GMC Denali Ultimate. I believe I have the most up to date software in 803. I was at my Chevy dealership with a friend and he was driving a High Country and I noticed the Heads up Display showed audio information and other information when changing channels, etc. My Denali does not do that and I wondered if anyone else knew or saw that the same? Not to say this bad, but would the Silverado have additional features the Sierra would not? I can't believe the Denali would not have "all" the possible features considering one is paying more for it, but from what I have seen, this information is not shown on the GMC's. I have brought this item up previous as those features are shown on GMC's website when advertising features of the Sierra and mentioned it to my dealer but they say there is no way they can find out from General Motors. Can anyone confirm if their Sierra/Silverado shows audio information on their Heads Up Display? Thank you in advance.
  2. The end of December, I noticed a small amount of oil on the garage floor under the front of rear differential of my 2WD, 2019 High Country. It appeared to be a pinion seal leak. The Dealership concurred and ordered a new front yoke and pinion seal. Today, the Dealership called and informed me that GM did not have the parts so they sent a Complete new rear Differential as a replacement!! Now they need my truck for a Full day to swap rear ends. Appears to be an EXPENSIVE way to replace a $10 part, but GM must know Best!?
  3. I have a 2019 GMC Denali Ultimate. I believe I have the most up to date software in 803. I was at my Chevy dealership with a friend and he was driving a High Country and I noticed the Heads up Display showed audio information and other information when changing channels, etc. My Denali does not do that and I wondered if anyone else knew or saw that the same? Not to say this bad, but would the Silverado have additional features the Sierra would not? I can't believe the Denali would not have "all" the possible features considering one is paying more for it, but from what I have seen, this information is not shown on the GMC's. I have brought this item up previous as those features are shown on GMC's website when advertising features of the Sierra and mentioned it to my dealer but they say there is no way they can find out from General Motors. Can anyone confirm if their Sierra/Silverado shows audio information on their Heads Up Display? Thank you in advance.
  4. I have a 2019 GMC Denali Ultimate. I believe I have the most up to date software in 803. I was at my Chevy dealership with a friend and he was driving a High Country and I noticed the Heads up Display showed audio information and other information when changing channels, etc. My Denali does not do that and I wondered if anyone else knew or saw that the same? Not to say this bad, but would the Silverado have additional features the Sierra would not? I can't believe the Denali would not have "all" the possible features considering one is paying more for it, but from what I have seen, this information is not shown on the GMC's. I have brought this item up previous as those features are shown on GMC's website when advertising features of the Sierra and mentioned it to my dealer but they say there is no way they can find out from General Motors. Can anyone confirm if their Sierra/Silverado shows audio information on their Heads Up Display? Thank you in advance.
  5. Looking for a passenger side LTZ style headlight for my high country. Anyone have one with all tabs in place in good condition? Thanks, Keagan
  6. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 12-6-2018 Earlier this week Chevrolet released the first photos of the 2020 Silverado HD in LT trim. The response was mixed. Today, the brand is trying again, showing off the better looking HIgh Country trim level. In total, the new Silverado HD will have five unique trim levels. We've already seen the LT, and here are the images of the all-new range-topping Silverado HD High Country. “Truck customers are very clear: They want the perfect truck for them and not a ‘one size fits most’ truck compromised for the masses,” said Mike Simcoe, vice president, Global Design, General Motors. “That insight shaped our strategy for the next-generation Silverado franchise, providing customers more differentiation between the Silverado 1500 and the Silverado HD as well as more personalization and differentiation between individual trim levels.” The two-tone metallic trim you see here is exclusive to High Country models. Read Chevrolet's Press Release On the 2020 Silverado HD High Country CHEVROLET REVEALS 2020 SILVERADO HD HIGH COUNTRY, SECOND OF FIVE DISTINCT MODELS FOR ALL-NEW PICKUP Work Truck, Custom, LT, LTZ and High Country models offer different combinations of design, features and technologies tailored for different customers DETROIT — Chevrolet knows no two truck customers are the same, and as such continues to expand its truck franchise with five distinct trim levels for the all-new Silverado HD: Work Truck, Custom, LT, LTZ and range-topping High Country. This follows the expanded range of customer choices on the all-new Silverado 1500, which has eight distinct trim levels. As with the 2019 Silverado 1500, each 2020 Silverado HD model offers a different level of design, features and technology to meet the individual and rigorous demands of HD owners. “Truck customers are very clear: They want the perfect truck for them and not a ‘one size fits most’ truck compromised for the masses,” said Mike Simcoe, vice president, Global Design, General Motors. “That insight shaped our strategy for the next-generation Silverado franchise, providing customers more differentiation between the Silverado 1500 and the Silverado HD as well as more personalization and differentiation between individual trim levels.” For example, each of the Silverado HD models features distinct exterior design details including grilles featuring either the Chevrolet stamped bar or the iconic Chevrolet bowtie and a mix of black, body color, chrome or the two-tone metallic trim exclusive to High Country models. “We took into account every detail of what customers expect, and how they will use their truck,” said Simcoe. “The results are unique versions of the Silverado HD equally at home working on a construction site or pulling a camping trailer.” The 2020 Silverado HD goes on sale in mid-2019. Stay tuned for more details about the all-new 2020 Silverado HD — including images of Work Truck, Custom and LTZ — closer to launch. ABOUT CHEVROLET Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is one of the world's largest car brands, doing business in more than 100 countries and selling more than 4.0 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient vehicles that feature engaging performance, design that makes the heart beat, passive and active safety features and easy-to-use technology, all at a value. More information on Chevrolet models can be found at www.chevrolet.com.
  7. I'm in search of a set of gm tri-mode running boards and computer that comes on the Sierra Denali or Silverado High Country. I'm located in Houston TX.
  8. Hello. I bought a 2018 Chevy Silverado Duramax 2500HD High Country. We recently took it on a long trip with the travel trailer, and since I had never owned a diesel before, I had no idea what DEF was. We were on the freeway, about a 100 miles from a gas station. I checked my gauge in the truck and the DEF fluid was "ok" and then 30 miles down the road it was not ok. I was wondering if there was a way to check the fluid, either by the computer in the truck or is there a dip stick that I can purchase after market? Thanks for the help. Sue
  9. A couple photos of her while she's still clean.
  10. Quick question for those of you who have a High Country. Is the dash leather, or is it a faux leather like material?
  11. Owner of a Black 2014 High Country for 2 years. Iv owned mostly Honda and Jeeps most of my life just for the fact that they are cheap and easy to work on. When i got a good paying job i bought a house and needed a truck. I was at the dealership and just wanted to test drive a new truck. They had a year old high country just traded in and couldnt pass on up on owning a baller edition Silverado. Now i Couldnt live out a truck.
  12. Hello All- I drive a 2017 High Country with 275/55R20 tires. I have put 36000 miles on since I got the pickup May 1st. I am worried about the Goodyear Eagle tires in the snow. I'm concerned they are too wide. I have found several manufactures of 235/55R20 tires. Looking for opinions. Thank you!!
  13. Last week, during our monthly trip to buy groceries, I ran across a newer Silverado in a parking lot. It was a “Rocky Mountain Edition” LT in deep ocean blue. A very clean truck. I was struck by how phenomenal the badges looked. It is a blown up version of the mountains in the High Country emblem. I really want one of these emblems. i have had no luck finding a source for this emblem. All I want are the mountains. The name badge is cool, but not for me. Does anyone here have a line on this badge? Has anyone else seen one of these special edition trucks? I was was thinking that the mountain badge would look nice on the lower right corner of my High Country truck’s tailgate. Maybe even stripping off all of the other emblems on the tailgate. Before anyone mentions that the truck might start to look funny with yet another piece of chrome, I have color matched the door handles, mirror caps, grille surround and headlight frames. I am also in the process of swapping out the chrome trim strip (door ding guards) on the lower quarter of the doors to a color matched one as well as going to black window trim. Help me out with a source for the badge and your opinion on using it as trim.
  14. We have a 2015 Chevy High country. We have 65,000 miles on the truck at the moment. The front drivers side wheel hub assembly went out 2 weeks ago, the AC compressor fan sheered off 5 days ago, the engine has a ticking noise and the transmission has shifting problems. The tranny problem has been "fixed" 3 times. We are still having issues obviously. Wondering if any others have had any or all.of these problems.
  15. Hi everyone, I bought in 2014 a brand new Chevy 1500 High Country. Three years later I brought back my truck to the dealership one more time to get all the bugs fixed before the warranty ended. The truck has 20,000 Kms which is approx. 13,000 Miles. I kept the rims all year round, same as my running boards. My running boards were changed due to corrosion fyi. Three of the four rims have started to peel around the valve stem. The dealership polished them to see if that would resolve the issue but of course did not and you can definitely see that the chrome is coming off. The dealer called GM which said they would replace 2 rims but I would have to pay for the other 2 at cost. Not sure why they would not just cover it all, especially when I came across another GMC truck owner get all 4 of his rims replaced. Does anyone else on here have got that issue and what did the dealership / GM do to fix this issue for you. Any info would help as I will be speaking with the owner of the dealership soon to discuss this further. Please comment and let me know what you think or what your experience was with this issue. Thank you, PEB
  16. High Country Wheels

    So I've got a set of High Country wheels here located in Central NJ. Was offered 800 for just wheels before individual knew about the curb rash on one so I'd like to get 700 for the wheels. 1000 for everything. I'd sell just the wheels or just the tires or just a wheel it doesn't matter to me just make me an offer. Local Pickup only or I'd drive to meet you an hour or so.
  17. Well I made the deal last week and am picking it up today. Paid out lease on my 2014 reg cab and traded my 2011 on a new 2017 Graphite Met High Country. Saddle interior with 6.2 of course! Will post picks soon!
  18. Hey everyone! I'm new to this site and just got my 2017 Silverado LT 1500 last week. I did a search on this topic but came up empty. I love the headlights with the LED switchback strip on the LTZ, Z71, and High Country. I was wondering if anyone has tried or considered putting those on an LT package. Are the harnesses the same so it would be a simple plug-and-play or am I just having wishful thinking to think its that simple. If not plug-and-play, what kind of modifications would have to be done (or potential harness replaced) to make these lights work? Let me know your thought, concerns, or problems this upgrade may have. And if anyone has a picture of the wiring harness of the switchback LED strip headlight and could post it so we can compare the 2 to see if they are the same or even similar and what differences there are between the two headlights. Thanks in advance!
  19. As the title says, looking for a 2014/2015 High Country grille.
  20. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 11-2-2016 The theme at this year's Chevrolet SEMA Show Booth has been all about showing off concepts that incorporate parts you can buy from your local Chevy dealer. The Silverado High Desert Concept is no exception. Built off a High Country trim Silverado, the High Desert Concept will go into production as the "High Desert Special Edition" in the near future. Details about the production version are slim but the concept points to a pickup that takes storage and bed utility seriously. Most noticeable on the High Desert concept is the Avalanche style hard bed cover with flip open storage containers and flying wings near the cab. The cover not only looks badass but provides functionality that is guaranteed to satisfy any outdoors-man who needs organized storage for their fun weekend getaways. While Chevy isn't talking about when the hard bed cover will go into production, most of the other accessories on the High Desert Concept already have part numbers. Among the items you'll be able to buy at you dealer before next summer: Illuminated black Bowtie kit - 23385942 - Q1 2017 22-inch wheels (but not in this color) -19301164 - $2,388 Chrome Chevrolet embossed grille - 84134045 - $520 Interior Floor Liners - 84051559 - $160 6-piston Brembo brake package - 84109402 - Q2 2017 Performance Exhaust - 23462043 - $1,195 What do you think about the High Desert Concept? Should GM sell the hard bed cover and would you buy it? We'll have more details soon.
  21. Bought a High Country grill or grille on EBay. Swapped my honeycomb grill or grille out because it was a pain to clean. If anyone wants to buy my chrome honeycomb grill or grille let me know. It was a fairly easy swap. I love the look.
  22. So finally got enough done to her that I felt good about posting a picture. Stripped all the chrome except the headlights and emblem. Installed the Smittybilt M1 (which is a bitch let me say) and the ICI Magnum RT steps myself and got a RC Level 2.5/1 with Discoverer A/T3's 275/70/18 on PROCOMP 7032 18x9 wheels. I'm pretty happy with it all so far.
  23. High Country Grille

    Just got an aftermarket grille for the truck so I don't need this anymore. 250+shipping takes it.
  24. Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com November, 2015 The Chevy Colorado Diesel is just starting to arrive at dealerships. I recently had a chance to take a fully loaded Colorado Z71 Trail Boss with the all new 2.8L Duramax Diesel off-roading in the dusty Nevada desert. How does the special edition Colorado perform off-road? Does the Duramax help or hurt the midsizer? Should you upgrade your Colorado with GM's available performance parts? Let’s go and find out! Thankfully, being the first few days of November, I didn’t have to worry about the scorching heat of the Nevada desert. I was, however, warned not to wander off the road too far off the road and be on the lookout for rattlesnake. While I never did see any menacing wildlife, the prospect we might made our time with the Trail Boss all the more exciting. I’ve long been a fan of diesel engines for small pickups and SUVs. The low end torque focused nature of the diesel matches nicely with the low-speed driving most owners of these types of vehicles do most. Or at least, at least the type of driving they want to do most. So, to see the Colorado’s off-road model paired with the brand’s new small Duramax Diesel engine is satisfying. When we gave you our first on-road impressions of the 2.8L Duramax Diesel for the mid-size trucks it was on paved roads and smoother all-season tires. The Trail Boss takes the Colorado to an off-road slant, with large knobby tires, slick LED lights, a blacked out bowtie, and a tubular steel sail at the front of the bed. That’s just naming a few of the features. Traveling down what some might call a "road" in the middle of the Nevada desert, the Trail Boss Diesel I’m piloting reminds me a whole lot of the S-10 ZR2 I used to own nearly a decade ago. A fat low end torque curve and capable off-road parts leave me feeling confident as we traversed through narrow canyons and washed out dry river beds. Without a doubt, the 2.8L Duramax shines in this type of work. The key to off-road driving is slow deliberate movements. With 369 lb-ft of torque on tap at low RPM, piloting off-road at a measured crawl is a pleasure. The Trail Boss’s Wrangler Duratrac tires grip loose dirt and rock substantially better than the standard all-season radial tires that come on a Z71 model. The tubular side steps provide substantial rocker panel protection. Better yet, even if you already own a Colorado, you don’t have to buy a brand new Trail Boss to experience these upgrades. Just pick up a 2016 GM Performance Parts Catalog and turn to page 66. With a little time and money, you can turn your own truck into a Trail Boss, right in your own garage. The company offers off-road Wrangler Duratrac tires, black aluminum wheels, floor liners, color matched grilles, and even a transfer case shield. For performance oriented owners, a performance exhaust and air intake are also available. Best of all, every single one of these parts is covered within your vehicle's factory warranty. To add some depth and compare, I also drove a Performance Parts loaded Silverado High Country. While the Silverado exhibited a more plush ride, it’s wider girth made it substantially more difficult to maneuver on the tighter sections of the trail. Capable in its own right, the Silverado didn’t give me the same confidence that the narrower Colorado did. This is one circumstance where the just-a-little-bit-smaller outside proportions of the mid-size make all the difference. If you're looking for a utilitarian vehicle that can take you far off the beaten path, the Colorado Trail Boss should be right up your alley. Chevrolet has a unique offering with it's 2.8L Duramax that you can't find anywhere else. That sets the Colorado to become a popular off-road platform, ripe for modification. You can head down to your Chevrolet dealer and purchase your own Trail Boss straight from the factory, or if you already own a Colorado outfit it with the same parts from GM’s Performance Catalog. You can read the all new edition right here.
  25. Up for sale is a brand new 2015 Silverado HD High Country grille. I ordered it thinking to put it on my truck but had a change of mind so my loss is your gain. Retail on this sucker is $695, I paid $600, looking to get $400 shipped (yes shipped) for it. Will edit this with pics shortly...
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