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2022 and up trucks are basically the same as 2019-21, but the interior/exterior was "refreshed" among other small things. So when talking about 2022 and up trucks, its become easier to say refresh, so we know which version of the truck we are talking about. A lot of stuff that worked on 19-21, doesn't work on 22-23 trucks.

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In 2022 there were two trucks, the 2022 Sierra Limited and the 2022 Sierra “Refresh”. The Limited was basically the leftover 2021 truck. The “Refresh” was the new model which has a new grill, a refreshed interior (with new display screens), and a new wiring system (to handle the new interior requirements). The rest of the truck is basically the same as 2021. 

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