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Quick question for those of you who've had your K2XX Silverado for a bit: I've only had my 2017 LT Z71 for a couple of months, but it only had 788 miles when I purchased in December 2018. The truck is still clean as a whistle, so I'm just posting this question as a pro-active measure. I noticed the inner fender well lining appears to be a black material, almost reminiscent of indoor/outdoor carpet. I like the look of the material, and I assume Chevy used that texture to help mitigate road noise in the cab. However, it does cause me to wonder if the material has a tendency to hold moisture more so than, say a spray-on rubber based coating. I've noticed after washing my truck, the material does seem to dry pretty effectively, but hard to tell what moisture may be trapped behind it or around the edges. Has anybody seen any indication of rusting behind or around the fender well lining material? Thanks in advance for sending any information my way!
Ok, so after getting my truck fixed after it got hit when I was in restaurant...a couple new things have popped up. Hope I can get a explanation... 1). Transmission started acting up. I notice it the most when I come to a stop, turn off the truck, and suddenly the truck "jumps". Anyone else get that? 2). A mean rattle in the passenger side door. Any bump or audio coming through the speaking make it rattle. Drives me nuts. 3). Last but not least, a leak in my roof. Had a lot of rain late last week out here and after working in the rain for a few hours, I got into my brand new truck and saw a drip in the corner of my eye. I look up and see that there is water holding near the sunglass holder in the headliner. WHAAAAAAAT?