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Anyone else have a squeaking seat?


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So I have a 2020 Silverado 2500, but I had this EXACT issue in my driver seat.  Mine would squeak when I put pressure around the left side bolster.  It made that same sound as in your video.  My remedy may be a bit weird, but it worked 100% for me and I no longer have any squeak from the seat.  I  took a small rag and jammed it up under the seat by the metal frame and the bolster.  It took a few tries to get it right, but eventually there was no more noise.  I have no idea what was causing it, or how this fixed it, but it did fix it.  I found this solution somewhere on another post on the forum.  Try it.  

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14 minutes ago, bigman32hockey said:

So I have a 2020 Silverado 2500, but I had this EXACT issue in my driver seat.  Mine would squeak when I put pressure around the left side bolster.  It made that same sound as in your video.  My remedy may be a bit weird, but it worked 100% for me and I no longer have any squeak from the seat.  I  took a small rag and jammed it up under the seat by the metal frame and the bolster.  It took a few tries to get it right, but eventually there was no more noise.  I have no idea what was causing it, or how this fixed it, but it did fix it.  I found this solution somewhere on another post on the forum.  Try it.  

Good tip. Might give that a shot. It’s either that or I go on a diet. Mine gets a little creaky in winter. 

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