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I know we had a thread on this before and I looked there no one had figured it out. Now going through the owner's manual I still am not seeing it. What does the target reticle looking symbol do on the mode control dial below the shifter? I didn't go through every page, but scoured everywhere I thought it was and still not seeing it.
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I know we had a thread on this before and I looked there no one had figured it out. Now going through the owner's manual I still am not seeing it. What does the target reticle looking symbol do on the mode control dial below the shifter? I didn't go through every page, but scoured everywhere I thought it was and still not seeing it.
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I thought we decided that was Extract Mode?
 

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I know we had a thread on this before and I looked there no one had figured it out. Now going through the owner's manual I still am not seeing it. What does the target reticle looking symbol do on the mode control dial below the shifter? I didn't go through every page, but scoured everywhere I thought it was and still not seeing it.
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I believe that's the indicator that the truck is in service mode for towing, changing a flat, etc. Air suspension is disabled. Hence sort of looking like a caution triangle.
 

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They aren't buttons, they are indicators. I believe that's the indicator that the truck is in service mode for towing, changing a flat, etc. Air suspension is disabled. Hence sort of looking like a caution triangle.
Those are compassitive buttons, you tap them and if they have more settings underneath you select those settings by using the rotary dial.
 

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The dial is dual purpose. You can rotate it left or right for the different drive modes. The 4 points are basically joystick controls. You would actually push up on the dial to go up for air ride and pull back/down to lower the air ride. It's a rotating joystick. We have it in our new Escalades, except on there it actually controls the infotainment screen so you don't have to touchscreen the controls, just use the rotary controller.
 

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The dial is dual purpose. You can rotate it left or right for the different drive modes. The 4 points are basically joystick controls. You would actually push up on the dial to go up for air ride and pull back/down to lower the air ride. It's a rotating joystick. We have it in our new Escalades, except on there it actually controls the infotainment screen so you don't have to touchscreen the controls, just use the rotary controller.
It isn't quite like the one in the Escalade, if you watch the videos during the Media event at GM's proving grounds you see them press the symbols on the dial then use the rotary. Look at the descriptions in the manual they tell you to press the buttons on top of the dial
 

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It isn't quite like the one in the Escalade, if you watch the videos during the Media event at GM's proving grounds you see them press the symbols on the dial then use the rotary. Look at the descriptions in the manual they tell you to press the buttons on top of the dial
I see you what you are seeing now. It's still the same overall concept.
 

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I know we had a thread on this before and I looked there no one had figured it out. Now going through the owner's manual I still am not seeing it. What does the target reticle looking symbol do on the mode control dial below the shifter? I didn't go through every page, but scoured everywhere I thought it was and still not seeing it.
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I think that’s Adrenaline Mode button
 

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Just noticed GMC posted this online. Figured I'd put it as an attachment in case they didn't mean to yet.

Haven't even gone through it myself yet.
Great find. Am hoping this is not the final version as it seems to be missing a few things: the tonneau cover for instance. I also love the proposition 65 warning on the second page which tells us to avoid breathing the exhaust. Probably mandated by California law, but makes no sense for an electric truck…
 

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Great find. Am hoping this is not the final version as it seems to be missing a few things: the tonneau cover for instance. I also love the proposition 65 warning on the second page which tells us to avoid breathing the exhaust. Probably mandated by California law, but makes no sense for an electric truck…
If the battery is combusting you certainly want to avoid that exhaust.
 
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