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Noobe here. Anyway to adjust the liftgate height when opened? If my garage door is open the liftgate hits it when fully up. I do not have the power liftgate.
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chiphead said:
Noobe here. Anyway to adjust the liftgate height when opened? If my garage door is open the liftgate hits it when fully up. I do not have the power liftgate.
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I think you are SOL. The power lift-gate has a middle-setting, but the manual does not. You'll have to be careful, or else put a "bumper" where it hits to protect your vehicle.
 

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RIT333 said:
I think you are SOL. The power lift-gate has a middle-setting, but the manual does not. You'll have to be careful, or else put a "bumper" where it hits to protect your vehicle.
RIT333 is correct. Only the power liftgate can be set to a specific point ( as long as the overhead console switch is set to 3/4).
 

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Those swim noodles that the kids use make great bumpers. Cheap and soft.
 

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fullcourt said:
Those swim noodles that the kids use make great bumpers. Cheap and soft.
What a great idea ! :thumb: I think I will line my garage with those ! And my car ! :cheers:
 

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That is a really good idea! Thanks fullcourt. ;) If you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to contact me directly as well. Thank you.

Tricia, GM Customer Service.
 

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fullcourt said:
Those swim noodles that the kids use make great bumpers. Cheap and soft.
I bought sheet foam and glued it to the garage door. I glued foam pipe wrap on "fins" that each door panel has. I used Gorilla Glue - and used duct tape to hold it until the glue set. Actually, I am leaving the duct tape on until it gives way. It isn't elegant, but it works. It also insulates the garage (a little).
 
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