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Does anyone know how to add the digital key for the GMC Hummer EV? It says it should be in the app to select but I don't see it there. I followed the manual instructions as well but don't see the option for a digital key. If anyone knows or can help I would appreciate it.
I have a 2018 Silverado. I replaced the battery last fall and each onstar diagnostic report afterwards warned that my battery was low. I took it to my Chevy dealer and they said the batter is fine. Is this a know issue?
Hey there I have a
2015 1500 5.3L LTZ Silverado 4WD (midnight edition)
Anyway I was doing highway miles and got a console alert that oil level was low. Stopped at the auto parts store, added one quart, saw level was still low.. so I added a second quart which filled it up. I climbed under the engine in the parking lot, and took a peek at the oil pan. I noticed the gasket was all mushroomed out and there was oil pretty much caked everywhere lower than that seal.
I took it to the dealership to get it repaired and the service manager told me the strangest stories.
1) the lower oil pan is one time use
2) the lower oil pan gasket is RTV
3) the upper oil pan gasket was also leaking
4) the crimp in the oil cooler line was leaking (didn't realize my engine even had an oil cooler!? Why would a light duty truck have this equipped?)
He quoted $2000 for everything including 10% sales tax.
Does this raise the alarm for anyone else here? I only saw oil from the lower gasket downward. The parts on rock auto are about $70. I think I'll have to do this one myself but would love some thoughts.
Thanks in advance.
Hello, I've done quite a bit of searching on this topic and can't really seem to find a fix. Was wondering if anyone could help me out here as it's starting to get annoying. In my 2014 Chevy Silverado, my options to connect a new phone to bluetooth are greyed out. It doesn't let me click it at all. Another thing that is maybe just coincidence is my onstar seems to not be working either. There is a red light instead of a green one on my rear view mirror. Every now and then it'll go green for 2-3 seconds, and then turn to red. Not sure if this has anything to do with the bluetooth.
The troubleshooting I have done is:
Taken the radio out, cleaned the plugs, refitted them and reattached the radio; Nothing.
Fooled with the wire behind my rear view mirror to see if it's a bad connection of some sort; Nothing.
Tried to pair my phone through voice and any other work around; Nothing.
Removed all previous devices, and still nothing.
Im kind of at loss here, any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
This is pissing me off. I've never been able to get my contacts to load to my truck infotainment system. 2019 truck, 2019 phone... You would think it would not be rocket science. Flash forward to yesterday, so we have completed outfitting a new 2020 2500 diesel WT (with the plain jane WT radio). The chief said all the officers can pair their phones to the truck if they wish. What do you know? It takes just a few seconds to pair and completely download my contacts to this bare bones radio. WTF GM??? Issue an update or whatever to my radio so I can use my flipping phone!!!
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