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Heated steering wheel install once my clockspring arrived in the mail.
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Would you mind sharing a cost associated with this mod? Dont really need a heated steering wheel but if not to expensive then might do it.

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2 minutes ago, SirenRed16 said:

Would you mind sharing a cost associated with this mod? Dont really need a heated steering wheel but if not to expensive then might do it.

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Sure. I scored the wheel from a user on here for 120, new clockspring from GM was 52$ and custom harness from pgamboa 25$. I'm all in for 200$. 

 

A new wheel from GM is 230$, I think I did pretty good.

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Sure. I scored the wheel from a user on here for 120, new clockspring from GM was 52$ and custom harness from pgamboa 25$. I'm all in for 200$. 
 
A new wheel from GM is 230$, I think I did pretty good.
That's not bad. I'll keep my eye out for a deal on heated steering wheel. Got any part numbers?

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42 minutes ago, SirenRed16 said:

That's not bad. I'll keep my eye out for a deal on heated steering wheel. Got any part numbers?

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Lots of info and posts if you search " heated steering wheel" up in the search bar.

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12 hours ago, SirenRed16 said:

That's not bad. I'll keep my eye out for a deal on heated steering wheel. Got any part numbers?

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The wheel I used was 23423473 which was superseded by 84353113. The wheel is model/make/trim dependant. I searched gmpartsdirect for 14-18 Sierra wheels and each year the old part number came up, so it was a safe bet that this wheel would work on my truck - 2017 Sierra SLE.

The clockspring was purchased from GM parts direct is 23381964.

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On ‎4‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 12:03 PM, CajunFries said:

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Just a quick upgrade. The truck doesn’t go off-roading so 4600 should do


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4600 and 5100 are identical except for outer color and the 5100 accommodates  up to 2" of lift (longer rod).  

 

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27 minutes ago, huntr1117 said:

Added the updated wireless charging module and wire harness in my 17 Silverado. Now my S10+ in a case charges on the console. My wireless headphones do too. Not a bad upgrade for $67.
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Where did you purchase from?

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