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We just picked up our Tahoe 3 July 21, built 6/21.

So far we have almost 3000 miles and just returned from a week long trip from NC to NH/VT and back, with the 6.2L we Avg 22.5 MPG.
So far I have added the Illuminated bowtie on front bowtie and door sills, bowtie flood lights, a cold air intake and pedal commander. Ours came with the carpet floor mats and the GM all weather mats in the front and second row, I added the rear trunk area all weather mat. I have also tinted the front amber deflector and had the front window eyebrow ceramic tinted, dealer already had the sides done. Tahoe came from the dealer with the black badges and wheels.

Also swapped in rear amber LED turn signal bulbs and have the red brake and white reverse on order with resisters from VLEDs, I've read that most get the hyper flash and dash warning when changing all the rear bulbs to LED so hopefully the expensive resisters I bought will do the trick.

The Tahoe runs and rides great, traded in a 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit.

So far the only issue is the airbag warning comes on when we move the seat back for me, once it's adjusted forward for my wife it goes away so I'm guessing a wire under the seat is getting stretched so I'm going to look at it this weekend before I bother taking it to the dealer. I'm worried if we take it in and they need to order something they will keep our rig, since my wife drives it to work all week with no warning I don't think it will be an issue.

I have an MBRP muffler that I'm going to get welded on tomorrow, it's a quiet muffler and should be just a little more aggressive sounding than the stock suitcase muffler. Not looking for loud

Hopefully since the build is so new I won't have the dreaded lifter issue, fingers crossed.

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My 2021 High Country with about 10,000 miles glided to a halt on a local road about 10 days ago. It was towed to the dealer where it was diagnosed with a bad fuel pump and module. The car would not start after that repair and the dealer and the GM engineers are collaborating on the next steps. Up to now the car has been great - I traded in my Land Cruiser (4th) for the Tahoe. May have been a mistake.
 

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My 2021 High Country with about 10,000 miles glided to a halt on a local road about 10 days ago. It was towed to the dealer where it was diagnosed with a bad fuel pump and module. The car would not start after that repair and the dealer and the GM engineers are collaborating on the next steps. Up to now the car has been great - I traded in my Land Cruiser (4th) for the Tahoe. May have been a mistake.
What was the build date?
 

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I just got my new 2021 HC Tahoe and it looks very similar to yours. Absolutely beautiful vehicle and I have been loving it. Yesterday I became one of the latest victims of the lifter/pushrod issues on the way to work. Got with Onstar and they towed it to local dealership. Same freaking story as everyone else, going to have to wait on parts. I have opened a case with GM Corporate and expressed my extreme frustration with the representative. I plan on writing them a letter as well and will obtain the assistance of an attorney if this goes on for a lengthy period of time. I absolutely love my truck and hope things work out. Yours looks great, I hope you are one of the lucky ones who doesn't have to deal with these problems!
 
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