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I have a 2016 Suburban LTZ with just shy of 100k miles on it. I bought it used with 40k miles on it. I've never towed anything heavier than a riding lawn mower, but I'm having transmission issues. The last couple of months it has been shifting hard, especially in low gears. When I use manual shift I can control it just fine with no hard shifting problems. Dealer told me I either need to replace the torque converter ($1,500 with labor) or rebuild the transmission ($4,500 with labor). I chose to reset the ECM and replace the fluid instead, but that didn't solve my problem. Has anyone else had this problem? I don't want to spend $1,500 on the torque converter if that isn't going to solve my problem, and I don't want to rebuild the transmission if all I need is a new torque converter.
Side question--a friend told me if the transmission is toast, the engine isn't far behind. Thoughts on that?
2016 Denali 2500. Had the screen go black but still backlit. Radio still works with steering controls. Did battery reset, fuse reset, check all connections on hmi and wiring. Now a strang screen has came up... looks like a programming/info screen. And ideas if this is a software issue or hmi issue?
pic of screen-
So i had a dead battery the other day i went to take out the battery and get it charged because they told me it was still good, so when i put the battery back on the truck and went to start it the screen would stay black . I have tried disconnecting the battery and connecting it back (negative first then positive) , i have tried taking the fuse in and out for the radio, and i have tried moving the connections under the cabin filter. Please help thank you
Hey, everyone! New to the forums here -- my name is Chris and I just picked up my 1st Suburban yesterday; a CPO 2016 LT w/Luxury package, Sun & Entertainment, wheel upgrade, etc. Loving the truck so far, just one minor issue. I am unable to get the car to recognize my Pixel 3 XL and launch Android Auto. Before anyone asks, yes -- I have the AA app installed. I've done my due diligence before posting, scouring the web for hours now, to no avail. The USB works in charging my phone, but the car just won't launch AA. I was able to connect my wife's iPhone and CarPlay launched immediately. I tried a couple different cables and even tried all the "developer options" tweaks that I read about online. I ordered a couple of different USB-A to USB-C cables built to 3.0 spec just to be sure cables aren't the issue, but other than that not sure what I can do other than waste 1/2 at the dealer to see if they can figure it out. I really don't want to have to do that. Help, GM-TRUCKS.com, you're my only hope!
Hi all, I have read through all relevant posts, checked my circuits 6972 and 6973, fuse F31 DL, replaced the camera twice, inspected ground G325, inspected rear jucntion block X63. all to no avail... my camera still displays black screen on backup. I know that TSB 374018 describes the condition I am experiencing, but I just wanted to know...
some people who have described the same issue, and have had it fixed by the dealership; with the dealership explaining that the issue was created by a short.
does anyone have any information on where the short most commonly occurs????
just asking because i may order an upgraded, vin programmed HMI module and don't want to buy it and then still not have the camera working.
Thanks all for any information that may help me.
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