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 I received a copy of the build sheet today and it does not have the PTT RPO listed. I do have the Denali ultimate package which incuded it on the 1500. 

 

The dealer sent me a link to the GM 84338125 and confirmed they work with the 2020 silverado hd models so they "should" work with the gmc. Maybe ill order a pair and see if i can sync them up before i have them installed.

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Anyone have any idea what “includes 2 trailer camera provisions” means on the Bed view Camera option?

 

I asked Chevrolet in the build chat function and they said they don’t have information on that yet lol. 

 

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55 minutes ago, ChevyTruckHD said:

Anyone have any idea what “includes 2 trailer camera provisions” means on the Bed view Camera option?

 

I asked Chevrolet in the build chat function and they said they don’t have information on that yet lol. 

 

 

 

On the rear bumper, the spot wear the 4 prong trailer wire would plug in is replaced by 2 coax cable type hook ups. Interesting though that the plug in the bed still has the 4 prong plug. One is for the back of the camper, the other is for inside the camper. The dealer could not tell me how, when or where to find cameras for the trailer or whether or not they had to be hard wired or if wireless could also be sync'd.

 

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On ‎7‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 11:37 PM, sdelam said:

Just bought a 2020 denali 2500 w/ 6.6l duramax. It did not come with trailer TPMS or trailer cameras. The dealer seems confused on how/if they can even get them. Anyone have part numbers?

 

Denali comes standard with U1D In Vehicle Trailering App:

 

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U1D In-vehicle Trailering App, System, includes checklist, trailer maintenance reminders, trailer security alerts, trailer mileage, tow/haul reminder, trailer electrical diagnostics and Trailer Tire Pressure Monitor System module.

 

PTT would have added the sensors.  Otherwise, the truck is ready for them because of U1D which gets the module.   

 

Look behind your rear license plate.  There should be a little black box on the right side of the opening.  If that's there, 84338125 is the TPMS trailer kit.  2 sensors per package. 

 

Typically the sensors are left loose in the truck by the technician at PDI if ordered with PTT.  Where may vary.  Glove box, (upper or lower), under the rear seat storage, center console, center under seat storage with bench seats, etc.        

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Perfect! Thats exactly what I was looking for. Verified mine looks exactly like the one above. Thanks!

 

Now i just need to figure the trailer cameras.

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11 hours ago, sdelam said:

 

On the rear bumper, the spot wear the 4 prong trailer wire would plug in is replaced by 2 coax cable type hook ups. Interesting though that the plug in the bed still has the 4 prong plug. One is for the back of the camper, the other is for inside the camper. The dealer could not tell me how, when or where to find cameras for the trailer or whether or not they had to be hard wired or if wireless could also be sync'd.

 

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Thanks for the info. Not getting much help from Chevy or the dealers ive called on this type of stuff. I am surprised this is an option on the LT trim. 

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Sdelam- would you measure from ground to bottom of inner fender on back and front?

I have one coming next week to Hamilton,Oh

thanks

any more pics also would be great

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Front

 

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The rear is 42" but it wont let me post another pic for some reason.

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Just realised you asked for inner fender. With the liners, there isnt much inner fender, maybe an inch or two at most. The outside of the tire is flush with the with the edge of the fender.

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That’s good. Thought may be a little taller though. How comfy are the seats 

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2 hours ago, BB&Chiveon said:

That’s good. Thought may be a little taller though. How comfy are the seats 

 

2 hours ago, BB&Chiveon said:

That’s good. Thought may be a little taller though. How comfy are the seats 

Im happy with them. 

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10 hours ago, bharris515 said:

Would you mind taking some closer pics of the roof marker lamps on and off? Thanks!

 

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10 hours ago, bharris515 said:

Would you mind taking some closer pics of the roof marker lamps on and off? Thanks!

 

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