Is there a way to sync the dual climate controls in these pickups? I hate that I have to adjust the temp twice.
thats an other thing that needs to be fixed,the poor quality of the owners manual,,read a euro car owners manual,like 996 turbo porsche,mercedes,bmw ,and they tell you real info,not how not to park on a dry grass field or treat us like children,i knew the lawyers and bean counters are really in charge,,but there must be a way to build better vehicles,,i find great info in the factory service manuals ,lets get those guys to write better owners manualsI see it took you 6 hours to get the correct answer by asking this question on the forum here.
You do know you could have found the exact same answer in 6 seconds just by reading the owners manual, right?
From here http://www.chevrolet.com/content/da...os/02_pdf/2009_chevrolet_silverado_owners.pdf at page 3-29.The passenger’s temperature setting can be set to
match the driver’s temperature setting by pressing the
PASS button and turning off the PASS indicator.
When the passenger’s temperature setting is set
different than the driver’s setting, the indicator on the
PASS button illuminates and both the driver side
and passenger side temperature displays are shown.