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Old 01-07-2013, 05:36 PM   #1
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Default 2010 chev 2500 hd HILL-HOLD

Does the 2010 2500 HD stability control have HILL-HOLD function? This type function seemed to work when new, but now will not hold.

GM dealer maintenance shop states its NOT part of my stability control system. Yet I read threads there was a software problem, but no model years were listed.

I pull a 30 ft 5th wheel and miss this function if it existed.
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I think you were misinformed Don....read away!

GM discovers flaw with HD pickup hill-hold assist, fast-tracks fix
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I think you were misinformed Don....read away!

GM discovers flaw with HD pickup hill-hold assist, fast-tracks fix
Yes, Mike I have seen this before. But the testing date was July 10, 2010. So this would most likely be for the 2011 model year. Where is the cut-off date for having the hill-hold function?
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I don't know when the cutoff date would be.

I wonder how much luck you would have if you went to another dealer and asked them about it. It seems its just a software update.
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