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  1. Pivot cover SKUs 22881469 (left) and 22881468 (right) https://www.gmpartsonline.net/v-2015-chevrolet-silverado-1500--lt--5-3l-v8-flex/body--front-seat-components
  2. Search of SKU number shows that #9 is Hinge Cover What vehicle are you looking for parts for?
  3. What information is it that you are needing? Part #? How to replace it?
  4. Power steering pump, power steering assist motor, rack and pinion could be bad, power steering fluid topped off
  5. Correct...there's not an OEM fuel cut off switch on GMs
  6. You can turn it off (check the owners manual) or let it do what it's designed to do
  7. Cluster was my thinking also (I don't know if there is an actual "voltage sensor" that would cause the light to come on or if it's based on gauge position. )
  8. Rock Auto, OReilly's, Advanced, etc are all showing the 41-162 plug as the correct OEM plug. Wonder why the owners manual shows 41-110
  9. There's nothing to reset...the system is working exactly as it should. Direct from the owner's manual...
  10. Still, I'd check with the body shop on timeframe before you can put it on. Last vehicle I had painted (back in mid 90s), I couldn't wash it for a week, then could only use water for 2 weeks when washing it, then could do a full wash on it after 3 weeks. With today's paint products, you may be able to install it sooner or you may have to wait a while.
  11. Need to ask the body shop folks...think I'd let them put it on while it's in the shop also
  12. This post would get more views/repsonses if posted in the correct forum. Try here... https://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/forum/236-2019-2020-silverado-sierra/
  13. Underhood fuse block, just about the center of the fuse block
  14. Think it's under back seat (can't remember if its on driver or passenger side)
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