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No sport mode option on my 2022 6.2

Scooter24

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Anyone know why I don't have a sport mode option with my new 2022 6.2 trailboss? Just picked it up 2 days ago. I went through all of the menus and it just had the off road . Any help would be appreciated
 
I dont have it as well. I have a 2022 LTD Trailboss with the 5.3.
 
I'm hearing now it has something to do with chip shortage. I also don't have shut down mode which I'm fine with.
 
I bought a 2022 6.2 4 weeks ago and no sport mode. I believe it’s a chip shortage also but can’t seem to get a straight answer from anyone. Wish they could add the “chips” needed and do a computer update but can’t get anyone here locally to help me. Other then that I sure love the truck. I just hit 700 miles and started giving her some gas and It rips very quickly and smooth!
 
Couldn't agree more, very happy with it so far. Coming from a 16 2500 duramax , this truck is much more fun to drive. Thought I would miss it but, so far couldn't be happier with it. P.s. I don't tow anymore so there was no need for the 2500.
 
Mine has it. Is a 5.3 10 speed 2021; built in November....
 
I just picked up a 22 LT TB Duramax and I have sport. I also have the heated seats and heated steering wheel. It seems like those are chip shortage issues, perhaps they are related?
 
Just bought my TB last week. No heated seats, no sport mode. Has heated steering wheel.

I can live without the seats. Was really disappointed after purchase finding out that there was no sport mode. Now have to wait 60k miles to throw in custom tune. Bleh.
 
From what I've seen online, the only difference in the sport mode is increased throttle response (pedal voltage) and tighter steering. Some claim an increase in power (i think this is a placebo effect from the increased throttle response), and some claim a difference in shift points. But the 10 speed is already smooth as butter.

You can get a Pulsar or something similar that doesn't ding your warranty because it doesnt write on ECU, and it allows you to turn off active fuel management, turn off auto on/off, change throttle response, change tire size calibration, etc. So that would do most of what the sport mode does & then probably more.

Bottom line, this chip shortage SUCKS
 
pretty sure that you will get the heated seats installed once supply returns. On the window sticker theres a note that missing heated wheels and seats will be installed once available.
 
pretty sure that you will get the heated seats installed once supply returns. On the window sticker theres a note that missing heated wheels and seats will be installed once available.
Mine didn't say that. It looks like mine says $500 Credit for not having heated seats. Which means they better install them for no more than $500 when theyre available :mad:
 
Theres going to be a body change?
Not sure, my brother doesn't work at that specific GM plant.

However, from what I know, my 2022 is a 2021 rollover model, and I've heard discussion that this is due to the next model being in later 2022. Similar to some early 2019 models being actual 2018 models, and late 2019 models to current.
 

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