Question about 2006 Chevrolet Silverado
First, and maybe you already have, spray it good with some lubricant. If that doesn't help, you cand adjust the catches on the box. Loosen the bolts and slide them to where they should be. Just close it very slowly and make sure they are lined up vertically, and then check to see if they are too far in.
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