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I've searched the forums and did not see this in any posts, forgive me in advance if there's a thread that I didn't see.
Does anyone else feel a bit let down about the console vault knob sticking up and not allowing the rubber insert to lie flat? Is there a fix or trick that I missed? I would expect Ford to design something annoying like that but GM? "C'mon man!"
By Craig Deary
I know I'll catch some wrath here, but I'm looking to swap the center console on my 2020 2500HD AT4 Sierra for a jump seat. We just had our forth child and we can no longer take the truck anywhere as a family. I've got a couple questions that I think members will likely be able to answer.
Will this swap leave anything unfinished on the underside of the dash below the controls? Will there be carpet under the current storage area of the console? I've been able to locate a number of 1500 jump seats, but can't find any 2500HD. Will a 1500 work in a 2500? My seats are black leather now.
By Shane Mulligan
Was driving my savana 2500 with the 2.8 duramax and noticed white smoke in the rear view mirror. Pulled over and saw it was coming from under the hood and diesel was leaking out under the engine. Got towed to the dealer as it’s under warranty and they said it’s missing a fuel line clip on the line between the high pressure pump and the fuel rail. Part number 55499116. Anyone else experienced anything like this? The clip is on order arriving today but if it’s the actual fuel line the part is on backorder and it could be weeks..... Apparently it’s not interchangeable with the Colorado/canyon fuel lines and not many vans with the 2.8 out there. Thanks,
We are upgrading to a 2020 GMC AT4 HD 3500 and should be delivered soon.
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