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I have a 2009 Silverado that the steering wheel controls have a mind of their own sometimes. Its definitely humidity/temp related. They never fail when weather is under say 80 degrees. What happens is the volume up button will change the channels down, the volume down button will change the source. The channel up will turn the volume up along with with the channel down. And this can be random at times as well where some buttons just bounce around of what they control. Now if I turn the cruise off a lot of times the controls on the right side will start working again. Sometimes its unaffected though. I have had the cruise just turn off driving down the highway too but not that often.

 

Now I have replaced both side switches the cruise side and radio side. Its got to be a resistance thing somewhere but was hoping someone else ran into this and had a possible fix. 

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