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  1. Recently bought a leather steering wheel from a 2012 2500 sierra. I swapped it into my 2007nnbs silverado ls/base model. I've searched for hours trying to find the correct information on what I need to get the radio controls to work. The harness that came with the wheel had 1 more wire than the ls model did. Original harness had 6 wires. New wheel had 7 wires. Everything I looked up said the swap should be plug and play. But it is not. I need some help to know what I really need? New clockspring? Different harness? Harness behind clockspring? Or is it just not compatible at all? Picture is of new steering and harness that came with it Thanks everyone!
  2. As stated in the title.... I have a 2016 Yukon Denali and the steering wheel is driving me crazy... I know this is admittedly a short drive but I can't seem to find much if any info on what it may be. I am hesitant to play the dealer their "Diagnostic fee": of $149 for them to tell me that it's supposed to be that way or they don't see anything wrong with it. My guess is the previous owner was either short or heavy or both and pulled themselves up into the truck by the steering wheel every time they got into it. Here is the issue in detail: The steering wheel (power adjustable) has "play". So when I grab it it will move up and down and sort of "click". This is not present in other 2016 Yukon Denali's. This happens regardless of the steering wheel position, all the way in or out up or down. There doesn't seem to be any play side to side. All of the movement seems to be coming from the the adjustment mechanism but I could be wrong. I do not think it is the entire steering shaft as I have found is typical in older GM models. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  3. So i have a 2021 Silverado Custom and Ive been wanting to upgrade my clusters and Steering wheel. I see alot of people saying it the Audio controls dont work because of the radio but from what I've seen there are LT trims that also have IOR radios(like the customs and w/t) and Steering wheel controls. With that being said, then the wiring is possible for steering wheel audio controls to work, no? and if the clusters are swapped as well, wouldnt the steering wheel be able to connect to the new clusters?
  4. After upgrading my base cluster and steering wheel. Is it possible to control the cluster from the new steering wheel? How is this wired? Ive seen videos for models up 2014-2018. However, nothing on new gen trucks (2019-2020).
  5. After upgrading my base cluster and steering wheel. Is it possible to control the cluster from the new steering wheel? How is this wired? Ive seen videos for models up 2014-2018. However, nothing on new gen trucks (2019-2020).
  6. Had my truck worked on at a body shop(dent fix and new windshield) then straight to a proper detailing. I assume one of the two disconnected my batteries (L5P Durramax). Now, the buttons and controls on the steering wheel do not respond. Confirmed with both shops, nothing was disconnected from the steering column. Everything else, horn, dash, lights, radio, etc. All function correctly. Only the stero paddles, and menu nav buttons do not work. Scanned all the modules for codes and received back 2 codes in the Instrument Panel Cluster. DTC 1: B3622-39 Steering Wheel Controls Signal Circuit - Internal Malfunction - (No ****** Sherlock) DTC 2 : U1510-00 LIN Bus Lost Communication with Device 0 - (Ah yes, Device 0, obviously). I am not sold on the clock spring still as I don't have any SRS module codes. Repair manual says those codes together is a short to ground. Cheryl on-top was this YouTube video, Anyone have enough knowledge to help me figure if it's a bad module or a cut wire?
  7. Hello all, I’m sorry if this isn’t posted in the right section but I couldn’t find any results for the problem I’m having. So a little bit of back story.... I have a 2005 Silverado 1500 2wd with 180,xxx miles on it, It’s a good old girl. I recently had a lot of work done to the front end, new rack and pinion assembly, new coils, shocks, spindles, new ucas, new upper ball joints and tie rod ends. I had a shop install on the parts because I don’t have a driveway to work in right now. All the parts replaced were stock oem parts, so well worn out. The truck rides great now much more controlled and steering feel is firm. But I noticed there is about an inch of free play in the steering wheel ( no resistance, no moving the wheel in the free play). What do y’all think it could be? I checked the intermediate steering shaft for play and it is moving with the u-joint at the rack and pinion. Can the gear box be adjusted? Thank y’all for your insight. I don’t just want to fire the parts cannon in vain. Again thank you for all the help!
  8. I have a 2006 Silverado 1500 - CrewCab - 4WD - 5.3L engine. The truck has never been wrecked and alignment prior to the work - was fine. I had the following replaced due to age and wear indications: Upper and Lower Control Arm Bushings (with Poly), Sway bar Bushing (poly), Upper and Lower Ball Joints, Shocks, Tie Rods and Ends (i.e. entire assembly), Pitman arm, and Idler arm and Bracket (i.e. the pivoting assembly). Took the truck in for alignment - and basically while everything appears fine and aligned without issue - the steering wheel is about 45 degrees to the right. The alignment people stated that the pitman arm was probably mis-aligned and they could not straighton the steering wheel without bottoming out the tie-rod on one side and that this would not be good. So took the truck back and had the pitman arm alignment checked - it was fine - even had the old one re-installed to check things and there was no difference (i.e. the new one was not keyed wrong or mis-aligned). Everything has been double checked and still the alignment of the steering wheel is off. Verified that the part numbers used were correct and that there was no "difference between 2wd and 4wd or in the various years. SideNote: the steering shaft was NOT disconnected to check the pitman arm. Comments or thoughts?
  9. Off of a 2014 Silverado LT CC Just upgraded my steering wheel to a heated one, so I’m selling my black leather steering wheel with controls on it hmu if interested in very good condition HMU for more pictures 150$ with clock spring u pay shipping located in Dallas Texas HMU
  10. Hey, my 2017 silverado steering wheel is misaligned to the tires. This past weekend I took my truck to the dealer to do maintenance and figure out this knocking noise in my front end, which they have figured out to be the front struts were worn, and the passenger side front strut was broken internally. Which they fixed and now I have no noises, other than the "squeaky suspension noises of my suspension package" coming out of the front. Since they replaced the struts I had them also do a wheel alignment. But when I picked up my truck, my steering wheel was off center to the right, so I took it back to them and they said the alignment is good and it matched up with how they sent it out. They had no excuse as to why my steering wheel was misaligned. So I took my truck to a shop closer to home to have them recheck it and align it if needed, which is was barely out so they made adjustments, but now my steering wheel is off center to the left. The dealer checked everything else out in the front end and all was good(besides the front struts), so my ball joints shouldnt be bad. Could it be the tires worn funny by driving on worn struts for 10k-15k miles causing my off centered steering wheel? Thanks.
  11. I have a 2014 Silverado 1500 High Country. I was wanting to get a steering wheel cover to help protect the steering wheel. I am looking for a Cover that is Leather, preferably smooth leather, and is a brown, tan, or one that will match the Saddle interior color. A grey would work as well. Does anyone know of any Covers that would match this? Thanks for any help you can give.
  12. FOR SALE Steering Wheel - Black Leather, Without Heat, Without Collision. This came of of my 2015 Silverado Z71 LT because I upgraded to a wheel with heat. Everything is in perfect condition with no wear on buttons or any issues to speak of. I'll also throw in the clock spring as well. Clock spring is in working condition, but I cut the cords in half out of frustration when I was removing it...LOL! $140 shipped (assuming it's within the lower 48 States)
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