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  1. #11


    Thanks for the info!
    The diference between stupidity and genius is that genius has limits.

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  2. #12


    Quote Originally Posted by springthing View Post
    those with different models should give it a try and let us know.

    What an interesting feature.....

    Fastfoward to 2019 gmtc forum post: "hey, just fyi for those that have '17 and newer models.. If you try to put the windows down after driving 10 miles or more and not having locked the doors before turning on the ignition the truck shuts off and you have to close all the windows, get out, lock all the doors, wait 10 seconds, flip the rear passenger door handle up and down twice then unlock the driver's door and roll all the windows down, close the door, wait 10 seconds again, unlock, lock, and unlock all the doors and then get back in and turn the ignition on. That will reset it..."

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  3. #13
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    Edmonton, Alberta, Canada


    up up. down down, left right, left right, b, a Select start <- thats for 2 players of course.

    1993 K1500 Suburban 350TBI, 378,486KMS on frame, 49,000KMS on Drivetrain. Lots of mods, built for haulin trailers and haulin @$$ :)

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  4. #14


    Has anyone tried to replicate this? I'm curious to know if this is replicatable...

    yes I'm in software support, its my job to try to replicate problems ;)

    I may just give this a try... Mines been sitting unlocked for more than 24 hours...

    2003 K2500 Sububan 6.0L w/Quadrasteer
    190,000 + miles


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