i noticed that!! greetings from the okanagan! are you guys being spared all this lovely forest fire smoke? holy it's been bad this last while in kelowna - like brutally bad. with most of the province on fire right now it doesn't seem to matter if we get a change in wind direction. it just means we get smoke from a different fire normal view from my place: a few weeks ago the smoke wasn't 'bad' and it looked like this: for the last couple weeks it's been so thick that both the westside and the lake have disappeared oh - i had a thought... what about contacting junkyards in calgary/edmonton/northern alberta? there's probably more trucks there than in all of bc! (and likely more wrecks of 2014 and later gms).
if you can find the part (again... a junk yard might be your best bet) it is possible to get in and replace just the knob. check this post from my build thread... center console/entertainment/hvac you also might want to send ravenkeeper a pm - his truck was wrecked a month or so ago - maybe he can pull it from his truck and send it to you?? his profile page: ravenkeeper
i agree completely! i also find it ridiculous that this issue is still around after all these years. my '14 had the issue and the dealership fixed it, but it shouldn't continue to be an issue in the 15's, 16's, 17's, etc! gm knows what the problem is and has a fix for it - so put the fix in the newer trucks!
had some time over the last few evenings to throw some vinyl over the silver trim pieces in the truck i still have to do the steering wheel (uugghhh.... those two pieces are such a pain to get off!) but that's it. i think the vinyl ties in really nice with the dash gauges and the interior lights if anyone is considering doing this, an absolute MUST is rapid tac - it works sooooo well allowing you to move the vinyl around: rapid tac
had some time over the last few evenings to throw some vinyl over the silver trim pieces in the truck i still have to do the steering wheel (uugghhh.... those two pieces are such a pain to get off!) but that's it. i think the vinyl ties in really nice with the dash gauges and the interior lights! oh - if anyone is considering doing this, an absolute MUST is rapid tac - it works sooooo well allowing you to move the vinyl around: rapid tac
you want pics... my 4-string washburn acoustic: my 5-string fender jazz: just look at those good lookin' bass knobs!!! bahahahaha!!! on a serious note - on my old truck i had a bass knob for my system, but it was tucked away by the sub - i found it was pretty much set it and forget it. do you find that you need to be constantly adjusting the bass level so the need for easy access to the knob?
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