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3 hours ago, econometrics said:

This list could be updated with a LOT of new entries now... 

Would be great if someone could update that sheet with build month/year, purchase month/year, and leak noticed month/year, followed by all work done. My guess is that list would easily be double number of people if not more on that list, not to mention not everyone comes to this forum and many people probably have no idea this is happening, which means this is going to be a HUGE problem for GM. 

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Sliding Glass or / and Stop Light Module reported Leaking Situation

           

Contacts

           

    Chevy Customer Care

           

       https://www.chevrolet.com/contact/email-us

 

           

        Chat https://www.chevrolet.com/contact/chat

 

           

        Twitter @chevycustcare

           

        Phone 1 800 222 1020

           

    Executive VP and President of the Americas

           

        Barry Engle [Replaced Alan Batey] Email:[email protected]

           

    Global Manufacturing GM

           

         Gerald Johnson

           
             

General Info and Correction Procedure [GM Bulletin 18-NA-383]

 

           

        Window Part Number 84569182 [As of 1/3/2020 it appears GM has like 3 part numbers for the replacement windows]

           

        Leaks are occurring with Trucks from Ft. Wayne USA and Mexico

           

        Majority of Trucks are 2019, but there are some model year 2020

           

        No Solid Windows have been reported.

        Cracks have been seen on the plastic frame of the rear Sliding Window indicating a manufacturing

                               defect or indication that the Cab flexes and is causing the damage to the window casing.

           

Leaking can be from the Stop Light Module and / or the Sliding Glass Assembly

           

        This Bulletin applies to Vehicles built before Oct 13 2018. We do have a user reports of Damage

           

                               with a Build Dates after this.

           

        Contact the Dealership

           

       If the Headliner was damaged due to water, the front windshield must be removed for headliner re-installation

           

                 Allows the Headliner to be inserted thru the windshield for installation

           

       If the window must be removed, the rear seats will be removed for the process.

           

        Inspect seating and carpet for dampness and mold and have them replaced. Seats might be a stretch.

           

        Inspect the paint around the window to insure it is not damaged or chipped

           

        Inspect Trim in the back around the window to ensure no damage

           

        Take pics of the outside and inside for future reference and compare to the "after the work"

           

        So the Dealership will attempt the following  3 procedures. 

           

            Contact Chevy Customer Care and lodge a complaint to get it on the record. Use Chat to keep a record of the convo.

           

            If need be, send email to a higher up GM Exec which in turn will cause the GM Executive Service Rep to make contact some how.

         

                   Fish_Guru reached out to the VP at GM and did get a response back. I did the same when I needed a front bumper. So they do

         

                   followup on complaints. But ensure you follow contacting the Dealership, Chevy Customer Care, state your problem and be

         

                   COURTESY.

           

                       1 Pull down Headliner to allow removal of Spoiler. place new sealant on the top edge of the window and check leaks after everything is back together or

   

                       2 Inspect Window for Sealant crack and clean the old sealant off the window and body and reapply sealant and install window or

       

                       3 Inspect Window for upper rail cracking and obtain a new window and  reapply sealant and install window

           

        Try to have all the parts needed on hand and a plan of attack to minimize how many times [once hopefully] they have to perform surgery on the vehicle

     
             

Know your Auto Lemon Laws for your State [Example Michigan]

 

           
             

        The law applies to privately owned passenger vehicles and those leased after January 1, 2000, used for personal, family or household purposes. 

       

        Some business-type vehicles may also be covered. The law does not apply to larger trucks, motor homes, motorcycles, or off-road vehicles.

       

        A defective vehicle is one in which the same problem has not been repaired after four attempts, or a vehicle that is out of service 30 days or more for repairs. 

   

        The first report of the defect must be made within one year from the date of delivery to the original purchaser or lessee or during the term of the 

     

        manufacturer's warranty, whichever period is shorter.

           

        If the vehicle you purchase is defective, you may be entitled under state law to replacement of it or a refund of the cost of the lease. 

         

        To obtain replacement or refund, you must first report the defect in writing to the manufacturer and you may be required to first arbitrate the dispute.

     

        In order to protect your rights under Michigan's Lemon Law, follow these steps:

           

               Keep copies of all correspondence to and from the manufacturer and the dealer.

           

               Keep copies of all work orders for repairs on the vehicle, including the date(s) the work was performed and the mileage on the vehicle at the time of the repair(s).

   

               Follow all requirements of the warranty, including any requirement that the repairs must be done by an authorized dealer specified by the manufacturer.

   
             
             

Members                  Vehicle Type    Month/Year Reported   Problem / Results                                                            Build Year

 

           
             

    Kyleb                   Denali             2/19

           

    Fish_guru            HC                 12/18      Window resealed, Spoiler sealant applied, Window replaced

           

    SLC                      TB

           

 

           

    JKD                      Denali           11/18      Window resealed, Window replaced

           

    TommyboyATL  Denali           12/18

           

    MTSound           TB                  12/18      Window replaced

           

    HotRdLy                                    12/18      Inspecting a vehicle at a Dealership

           

    RPH                     HC                 12/18      Window replaced

           

    O Town Denali   Denali           1/19

           

    Dzen                   AT4                2/19

           

    The Silverado    Silverado      3/19        New Window and Headliner

           

    Anthony2558    TB                  3/19        Glass Shattered, Window replaced

           

    Smoked             TB                  3/19         Window sealed but not fixed, Going for round 2

           

    Steve841

           

    rocz3cqg            HC                 3/19        Window Caulked

           

    White94rx          LT                   3/19        Window Caulked

           

    ShamrockShooter TB             3/19        New TB 2020 which leaked also

           

    Luke Litten   

           

    Corey Helgemo                         4/19       Headliner Damaged

           

    Miguel Antonio Quioc             3/19        Headliner Damaged                                                                                                    1/19    

           

    Connor Lee        TB                  4/19

           

    Jeremy Balok    RST                4/19

           

    George Litourneau

           

    Scott Daniel

           

    Richard Fuentes Denali

           

    M3Master         LTZ                  4/19        Sealed but still leaked, Window replaced

           

    Eppieguy           HC                   4/19       

           

    Ktapper             TB                    4/19        Replaced the Window

           

    RedhotRST       RST                 3/19

           

    Bowtie2007      Denali             4/19

           

    Chris Arruda

           

    Daniel Glauser

           

    KevinTM             LT                   4/19

           

    JosephWS2019 LT Z71          5/19

           

    OneTruck60Mexicans            5/19        Cracks in Window Frame

           

    AT4Rotation                             5/19

           

   Mayor                  19 Denali       5/19        New Window                                                                                                                    9/18

           

  GSmith308           19 RST          6/19

           

  dho238                 19 RST          7/19

           

  Fieldsend             19 RST          7/19        New Window                                                                                                                     9/18

           

  Lebag335             19 TB            8/19        Resealed twice

           

  RaysB4U               HC                 8/19        Realed                                                                                                                                8/18

           

  WWIII                    LTZ                 8/19       New Window                                                                                                                     8/18

           

  Logan Parr           19 Chevy      8/19

           

  OntheReel            LTZ                 8/19                                                                                                                                                    10/18

           

  GHBehnam          Denali            8/19        Sealed Twice

           

  Trosen                  LTZ                 9/19

           

 Kozzy                     RST                9/19       New Window                                                                                                                     11/18

           

  Radchad              19 TB              9/19       New Window                                                                                                                     2/19

           

  Frank Devoe        LTZ                 10/19                                                                                                                                                  2/19

           

  Dale Harris          HC or LTZ      10/19     Sealed Twice

           

  MattsSVTCobra  AT4                10/19

           

 Centrebaseball    Sierra             10/19      New Headliner 12/18

           

 GMDog2               Denali             10/19

           

  Dvhounddog       Sierra Slt        10/19     Sealed and new Headliner

           

  Chris Callanan    Sierra Slt        11/19

           

  Tony Johnson     RST                11/19

           

  JohnCasey                                  11/19     Sealed twice                                                                                                                     1/19

           

  Econometrics      RST               11/19                                                                                                                                                  2/19

           

  McCoy7                TB                  11/19                                                                                                                                                  5/19

           

  Samdsjr                LT                  11/19       Sealed three Times?                                                                                                       3/19

           

  Wiggums              RST               12/19

           

  nhuntsman           AT4               12/19      New Window                                                                                                                    2/19

           

  Marcus Dean       2020 LTZ 2500  12/19  Resealed

           

  F8lvnm                  Denali          12/19

           

  Ptownvdub                                12/19      New Window                                                                                                                      10/18

           

  AKHighCo8untry  HC               12/19                                                                                                                                                   8/18

           

  Jamie73                Sierra          12/19

           

  UGADawgs                                12/19                                                                                                                                                   11/18

           

  ShamrockShooter 2020 TB    12/19       New Vehicle via Buyback leaked [Window getting replaced-frame cracked]          8/19

           

  Brileavi                  Denali          12/19

           

  DeanSterling                              12/19       New Window

           

  Smit303                Denali           12/19

           

  WarHawk89         TB                 12/19

           

  Hiranger                LT                 12/19

           

  Hiranger               Z71               12/19       Loaner

           

  Hamilton2400     RST               12/19      New Window

           

  CarLosh                                      12/19                                                                                                                                                  2/19

           

  Deewc74                                    12/19

           

  Porterhouse        RST               12/19

  Alan Bates           20 2500        1/20

  Ajayen                  19 LT              1/20

  Psufan                  19 Silverado 1/20

  Kenneth Ezzell                            1/20                                                                                                                                                    7/19

  Hueless                TB                   1/20                                                                                                                                                    3/19 Mexico

  Setex                     Denali             1/20                                                                                                                                                    7/19 Ft Wayne

  Billet Bowtie         HC                   1/20                                                                                                                                                    10/18

  William Lee Wahl  LTZ                                  Window Replaced                                                                                                            8/19 FW   

  Justin McAuley                                                                                                                                                                                          7/19 FW

  Andrew Martinez                                                                                                                                                                                       10/18 FW

  Sawyer Thompson 2020 2500

  Lion3663               Sierra              1/20

  Tinbad                   TB                     1/20                                                                                                                                                     5/19 Mexico

  GMC AT4 4 Leak 2019 AT4         1/20

  Garry McClanahan LTZ                 1/20

  Dad                        2020 AT4         1/20

  Jgisonfire             HC                     1/20                                                                                                                                                     5/19

  Chad Hynes         Denali                1/20

  OhioSpartan        Denali                1/20                                                                                                                                                     7/19

  Randy Brumfield                            1/20       Window Replaced

  Anthony Duong  AT4                     1/20       Window Replaced

  DaveHC               2020 Denali       1/20       Window Resealed

  Dzen                    AT4                      12/19    Window replaced in 1/19, leaked again 12/19, Replaced window

  Marco Hernandez from Facebook

  Dory W. Covington from Facebook

  Jason Tropea from Facebook

  Ryan Norstom from Facebook

  William Lee Wahl from Facebook

  Samuel Scruggs Jr from Facebook [Also his Rental]

  Michael Pruitt from Facebook

  Joe Hoernke from Facebook

  Kris Neill from Facebook

  Jeffrey Schmucker from Facebook

  Dan Allen from Facebook

  Ian Christopher from Facebook

  Kyle Forbes from Facebook

  Carlos Hathcock from Facebook

  Stephen Weiss from Facebook

  Stacy Sharp from Facebook

  Tony Sims from Facebook

  Ryan Smith from Facebook

  Mike Decosta from Facebook

  Randy Anderson from Facebook

  Refugio Alvarez from Facebook

  James Bennett from Facebook

  Michael Bryant from Facebook

  William Crane from Facebook

  Jakob Kindt from Facebook

  Michael Roescher from Facebook

  Jesse Lizel from Facebook

  Bill Jones from Facebook

  Branden Grant from Facebook

  Todd Stewart from Facebook

 

 

 

 

Some of the users from Facebook may have an User Id on the GM-Truck Forum [therefore duplication may exist] Total Count is 133 as of 1/12/2020

I am sure there are many more that were not caught or seen on Facebook because I did not go to far back. [Just browsed for Leaks]

The TSB 383 has been updated to include 2019 and 2020 1500 Silverado and Sierra and 2020 2500 and 3500.

 

 

           

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Rocz3cqg said:

I tried to list everything in this thread in the below document

 

 

 

 

 

 

nice work! was thinking maybe a google doc could be easier? That will allow people to add their name/truck etc to the list with a public link to the doc

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Sliding Glass or / and Stop Light Module reported Leaking Situation

           

Contacts

           

    Chevy Customer Care

           

        Email [email protected] or https://www.chevrolet.com/contact/email-us

 
           

        Chat https://www.chevrolet.com/contact/chat

 
           

        Twitter @chevycustcare

           

        Phone 1 800 222 1020

           

    Executive VP and President of the Americas

           

        Barry Engle [Replaced Alan Batey] Email:[email protected]

           

    Global Manufacturing GM

           

         Gerald Johnson

           
             

General Info and Correction Procedure [GM Bulletin 18-NA-383]

 
           

        Window Part Number 84569182

           

        Leaks are occurring with Trucks from Ft. Wayne USA and Mexico

           

        Majority of Trucks are 2019, but there are some model year 2020

           

        No Solid Windows have been reported.

           

Leaking can be from the Stop Light Module and / or the Sliding Glass Assembly

           

        This Bulletin applies to Vehicles built before Oct 13 2018. We do have a user reports of Damage

           

                               with a Build Dates after this.

           

        Contact the Dealership

           

       If the Headliner was damaged due to water, the front windshield must be removed for headliner re-installation

           

                 Allows the Headliner to be inserted thru the windshield for installation

           

       If the window must be removed, the rear seats will be removed for the process.

           

        Inspect seating and carpet for dampness and mold and have them replaced. Seats might be a stretch.

           

        Inspect the paint around the window to insure it is not damaged or chipped

           

        Inspect Trim in the back around the window to ensure no damage

           

        Take pics of the outside and inside for future reference and compare to the "after the work"

           

        So the Dealership will attempt the following  3 procedures. 

           

            Contact Chevy Customer Care and lodge a complaint to get it on the record. Use Chat to keep a record of the convo.

           

            If need be, send email to a higher up GM Exec which in turn will cause the GM Executive Service Rep to make contact some how.

         

                   Fish_Guru reached out to the VP at GM and did get a response back. I did the same when I needed a front bumper. So they do

         

                   followup on complaints. But ensure you follow contacting the Dealership, Chevy Customer Care, state your problem and be

         

                   COURTESY.

           

                       1 Pull down Headliner to allow removal of Spoiler. place new sealant on the top edge of the window and check leaks after everything is back together or

   

                       2 Inspect Window for Sealant crack and clean the old sealant off the window and body and reapply sealant and install window or

       

                       3 Inspect Window for upper rail cracking and obtain a new window and  reapply sealant and install window

           

        Try to have all the parts needed on hand and a plan of attack to minimize how many times [once hopefully] they have to perform surgery on the vehicle

     
             

Know your Auto Lemon Laws for your State [Example Michigan]

 
           
             

        The law applies to privately owned passenger vehicles and those leased after January 1, 2000, used for personal, family or household purposes. 

       

        Some business-type vehicles may also be covered. The law does not apply to larger trucks, motor homes, motorcycles, or off-road vehicles.

       

        A defective vehicle is one in which the same problem has not been repaired after four attempts, or a vehicle that is out of service 30 days or more for repairs. 

   

        The first report of the defect must be made within one year from the date of delivery to the original purchaser or lessee or during the term of the 

     

        manufacturer's warranty, whichever period is shorter.

           

        If the vehicle you purchase is defective, you may be entitled under state law to replacement of it or a refund of the cost of the lease. 

         

        To obtain replacement or refund, you must first report the defect in writing to the manufacturer and you may be required to first arbitrate the dispute.

     

        In order to protect your rights under Michigan's Lemon Law, follow these steps:

           

               Keep copies of all correspondence to and from the manufacturer and the dealer.

           

               Keep copies of all work orders for repairs on the vehicle, including the date(s) the work was performed and the mileage on the vehicle at the time of the repair(s).

   

               Follow all requirements of the warranty, including any requirement that the repairs must be done by an authorized dealer specified by the manufacturer.

   
             
             

Members                  Vehicle Type    Month/Year Reported   Problem / Results                                                            Build Year

 
           
             

    Kyleb                       Denali          2/19

           

    Fish_guru               HC                12/18        Window resealed, Spoiler sealant applied, Window replaced

           

    SLC                            TB

           

 

           

    JKD                            Denali        11/18        Window resealed, Window replaced

           

    TommyboyATL     Denali        12/18

           

    MTSound                TB                12/18        Window replaced

           

    HotRdLy                                        12/18        Inspecting a vehicle at a Dealership

           

    RPH                           HC                 12/18       Window replaced

           

    O Town Denali      Denali         1/19

           

    Dzen                          AT4              2/19

           

    The Silverado        Silverado  3/19         New Window and Headliner

           

    Anthony2558         TB                 3/19        Glass Shattered, Window replaced

           

    Smoked                   TB                 3/19         Window sealed but not fixed, Going for round 2

           

    Steve841

           

    rocz3cqg                   HC              3/19         Window Caulked

           

    White94rx                LT               3/19         Window Caulked

           

    ShamrockShooter TB              3/19         New TB 2020 which leaked also

           

    Luke Litten   

           

    Corey Helgemo                         4/19         Headliner Damaged

           

    Miguel Antonio Quioc           3/19         Headliner Damaged                                                                                                    1/2019    

           

    Connor Lee            TB                 4/19

           

    Jeremy Balok        RST              4/19

           

    George Litourneau

           

    Scott Daniel

           

    Richard Fuentes   Denali

           

    M3Master               LTZ               4/19       Sealed but still leaked, Window replaced

           

    Eppieguy                  HC               4/19       

           

    Ktapper                    TB                4/19       Replaced the Window

           

    RedhotRST              RST              3/19

           

    Bowtie2007             Denali        4/19

           

    Chris Arruda

           

    Daniel Glauser

           

    KevinTM                  LT                4/19

           

    JosephWS2019     LT Z71        5/19

           

    OneTruck60Mexicans             5/19      Cracks in Window Frame

           

    AT4Rotation                               5/19

           

   Mayor                       19 Denali   5/19      New Window                                                                                                                    9/18

           

  GSmith308               19 RST          6/19

           

  dho238                      19 RST          7/19

           

  Fieldsend                19 RST           7/19     New Window                                                                                                                     9/18

           

  Lebag335                 19 TB              8/19     Resealed twice

           

  RaysB4U                  HC                   8/19     Realed                                                                                                                                     8/18

           

  WWIII                      LTZ                  8/19     New Window                                                                                                                        8/18

           

  Logan Parr             19 Chevy      8/19

           

  OntheReel            LTZ                   8/19                                                                                                                                                         10/18

           

  GHBehnam           Denali            8/19     Sealed Twice

           

  Trosen                     LTZ                  9/19

           

 Kozzy                       RST                  9/19     New Window                                                                                                                        11/18

           

  Radchad                19 TB               9/19     New Window                                                                                                                         2/19

           

  Frank Devoe       LTZ                  10/19                                                                                                                                                         2/19

           

  Dale Harris           HC or LTZ       10/19     Sealed Twice

           

  MattsSVTCobra   AT4                10/19

           

 Centrebaseball    Sierra            10/19     New Headliner 12/18

           

 GMDog2                 Denali            10/19

           

  Dvhounddog        Sierra Slt       10/19     Sealed and new Headliner

           

  Chris Callanan     Sierra Slt       11/19

           

  Tony Johnson    RST                   11/19

           

  JohnCasey                                    11/19   Sealed twice                                                                                                                             1/19

           

  Econometrics      RST                11/19                                                                                                                                                           2/19

           

  McCoy7                  TB                  11/19                                                                                                                                                           5/19

           

  Samdsjr                  LT                  11/19   Sealed three Times?                                                                                                              3/19

           

  Wiggums               RST               12/19

           

  nhuntsman          AT4               12/19   New Window                                                                                                                             2/19

           

  Marcus Dean       2020 LTZ 2500  12/19  Resealed

           

  F8lvnm                  Denali          12/19

           

  Ptownvdub                                12/19   New Window                                                                                                                             10/18

           

  AKHighCo8untry  HC              12/19                                                                                                                                                             8/18

           

  Jamie73                  Sierra        12/19

           

  UGADawgs                                12/19                                                                                                                                                              11/18

           

  ShamrockShooter 2020 TB 12/19  New Vehicle via Buyback leaked                                                                                           8/19

           

  Brileavi                   Denali      12/19

           

  DeanSterling                            12/19    New Window

           

  Smit303                  Denali        12/19

           

  WarHawk89          TB                 12/19

           

  Hiranger                 LT                  12/19

           

  Hiranger                 Z71               12/19    Loaner

           

  Hamilton2400                           12/19

           

  CarLosh                                       12/19                                                                                                                                                                 2/19

           

  Deewc74                                    12/19

           

  Porterhouse        RST             12/19

  Marco Hernandez from Facebook

  Dory W. Covington from Facebook

  Jason Tropea from Facebook

  Ryan Norstom from Facebook

  William Lee Wahl from Facebook

  Samuel Scruggs Jr from Facebook [Also his Rental]

  Michael Pruitt from Facebook

  Joe Hoernke from Facebook

  Kris Neill from Facebook

  Jeffrey Schmucker from Facebook

  Dan Allen from Facebook

  Ian Christopher from Facebook

 

           
 
 
 
Nicely done! Wow

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7 hours ago, Chrisd534 said:

nice work! was thinking maybe a google doc could be easier? That will allow people to add their name/truck etc to the list with a public link to the doc

Probably a good idea.

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So my service rep texted me that they finally got my 2020 trail boss in and removed the spoiler. He said the window frame is indeed cracked it's not just a bad gasket as I had speculated. Given how much water I soaked that truck with when I first bought it in October to 8 weeks later when a light mist from the hose caused active drips inside tells me it's a body flexing issue causing the plastic to crack after it leaves the lot. From my 19 that had a new window installed, I have seen the old window and the new window style. I know for sure my 2020 has the new window design.

My regional service manager had already said he would approve a new window and skip the caulking step. But I am starting to doubt if a new window will last 2 months before cracking. I have a steep driveway, probably 3 to 4 degrees and truck really flexes every day pulling in and out at a 90 degree turn from the street.

Has anyone that has had their window replaced developed a second leak?

My service manager was going to talk to the regional manager to see if he could get input from GM about what to do. I'm guessing they will throw another window in and if that one gets cracks in 2 months then they have a serious design flaw on their hands to figure out.

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25 minutes ago, ShamrockShooter said:

So my service rep texted me that they finally got my 2020 trail boss in and removed the spoiler. He said the window frame is indeed cracked it's not just a bad gasket as I had speculated. Given how much water I soaked that truck with when I first bought it in October to 8 weeks later when a light mist from the hose caused active drips inside tells me it's a body flexing issue causing the plastic to crack after it leaves the lot. From my 19 that had a new window installed, I have seen the old window and the new window style. I know for sure my 2020 has the new window design.

My regional service manager had already said he would approve a new window and skip the caulking step. But I am starting to doubt if a new window will last 2 months before cracking. I have a steep driveway, probably 3 to 4 degrees and truck really flexes every day pulling in and out at a 90 degree turn from the street.

Has anyone that has had their window replaced developed a second leak?

My service manager was going to talk to the regional manager to see if he could get input from GM about what to do. I'm guessing they will throw another window in and if that one gets cracks in 2 months then they have a serious design flaw on their hands to figure out.

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You had a leaking 2019 and now a leaky 2020?

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47 minutes ago, ShamrockShooter said:

So my service rep texted me that they finally got my 2020 trail boss in and removed the spoiler. He said the window frame is indeed cracked it's not just a bad gasket as I had speculated. Given how much water I soaked that truck with when I first bought it in October to 8 weeks later when a light mist from the hose caused active drips inside tells me it's a body flexing issue causing the plastic to crack after it leaves the lot. From my 19 that had a new window installed, I have seen the old window and the new window style. I know for sure my 2020 has the new window design.

My regional service manager had already said he would approve a new window and skip the caulking step. But I am starting to doubt if a new window will last 2 months before cracking. I have a steep driveway, probably 3 to 4 degrees and truck really flexes every day pulling in and out at a 90 degree turn from the street.

Has anyone that has had their window replaced developed a second leak?

My service manager was going to talk to the regional manager to see if he could get input from GM about what to do. I'm guessing they will throw another window in and if that one gets cracks in 2 months then they have a serious design flaw on their hands to figure out.

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Sounds like at least they are actively trying to make it right, which is good.  
 

but you have a freaking trail boss - a 3 to 4 degree driveway really shouldn’t be a problem...or else you are exactly right , that GM has a huge problem on their hands.  
 

I can’t remember if anyone’s replacement window has leaked again.  I can’t think of anyone off the top of my head though.  

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Add me to the group as I have a leak in my rear window (2019 Silverado)on the driver's side as well.  Not a big leak, but a leak nonetheless.  Very frustrating.  I called the dealer but still waiting for a call back.  This is my THIRD new Chevy truck in the past 12 months as my other 2 were bought back by the dealer due to transmission issues (2018 Colorado) and a collapsed dashboard (2018 Silverado).  I guess bad luck really does happen in threes! 

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