Having trouble locating a replacement center console assembly for my 2003 Chevy Silverado 1500 2WD. My lid snapped and can't be fixed. I need a charcoal grey replacement that bolts in to the existing bracket. Any suggestions?
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There is a known issue with the dash gauges on the 2003 Silverado. Check with your dealer, because there is a service bulletin that allows them to replace the dash assembly as a factory warranty replacement even if you are out of warranty (if you are the original owner).
The 2002/2003 Silverado was a change over year for Cabin Air filters. I know with the Chevy Avalanche
the 03's did not have them and 02's did. The dash/center console
changed with the 03's, and I believe it was done away with in that
change over.... Still shows up on catalog, but the 03 has no Cabin Filter.
A bad ground or wire somewhere is pulling current from your battery when it's not running. Use a test light, try to find a circuit that is hot when it shouldn't be. It will take some time and patience.
There are 2 10mm bolts in the compartment hold of the center console that must be removed. Two similar 10 mm bolts must be removed at the front of the center console, near the driver's and passenger's lower legs. The top of the center console, where the shifter is located, snaps out. With this top piece removed, the cigarette and auxilary outlet can be disconnected. Four more bolts near the shifter bracket need to be removed, and then the console is free. Hope this helps someone. I needed to remove the center console to install a component for a car stereo.
Raise the truck. Remove the wheel, brake caliper, caliper mounting and the dust cover in the center of the hub. Remove the ABS wiring, remove the large nut from the center of the hub. On the back side of the hub are 3 bolts, remove those and the hub should come off. Good Luck