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Chrome Denali Power Steps On SLT (2019)


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I had the factory power steps on my 2016 Suburban.  Constantly dealt with them either not wanting to come down, or go back up.  One would be up, one down.  Just all kinds of issues.  It's not fun when you go to get out of the vehicle, expecting to have a step there and it's not.  Never again.  I finally got them both down the just pulled the fuse so they'd stay down all the time.  

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Thought I found a solution but don’t know it it’ll work with 2019+ models. I reached out to AMP for their input. Boy the trouble we make ourselves. 😂 
 

https://www.amp-research.com/product-detail/AMP75150-01A/powerstep-85in-chr-trim-strp-works-with-boards-75146-76147-76247-76151-76235

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On 10/18/2021 at 7:40 AM, AirForceAngler said:

I had the factory power steps on my 2016 Suburban.  Constantly dealt with them either not wanting to come down, or go back up.  One would be up, one down.  Just all kinds of issues.  It's not fun when you go to get out of the vehicle, expecting to have a step there and it's not.  Never again.  I finally got them both down the just pulled the fuse so they'd stay down all the time.  

That sucks! Maybe they've changed them a bit, I have them on my 2019 Silverado HC and they've been completely reliable, owned it since Sept of 2018.

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