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Old January 10th, 2018, 6:55 PM
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louis,
can you contact me regarding this cracked dash please?
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Originally Posted by Michael Plyley View Post
louis,
can you contact me regarding this cracked dash please?
Please reach out to us via private message on this forum or by email at soc[email protected]. Include your full contact information, VIN, current mileage and your preferred dealer name and location you would work with.

This is what they are currently asking people to do.
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Default 2007 Silverado with same problems with dash

I want to ask if a 2007 Silverado crew cab may be considered for a dash replacement. It is garage kept and has 17,000 miles on it. Basically it is a new truck. Will GM help with this? Also, how do I get a case number?
I appreciate any info. you guys can give me.
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Originally Posted by Brovo50 View Post
I want to ask if a 2007 Silverado crew cab may be considered for a dash replacement. It is garage kept and has 17,000 miles on it. Basically it is a new truck. Will GM help with this? Also, how do I get a case number?
I appreciate any info. you guys can give me.
Unfortunately GM will not help with this because of the age of the vehicle. I hate it because of the low miles. But to tell you the truth no manufacture would even consider good willing a failure after so many years of service that vehicle has regardless of miles. It isn't going to hurt anything to be cracked other than it looks terrible. I have replaced all of my dashes knowing that I might be faced with replacement down the road. I have a 2007 Tahoe, 2010 Suburban and a 2009 Silverado 2500HD. I get good prices on the dashes from my dealer and the body shop guy will install them for 100.00 on the side so it worked out for me. It takes about 1.5 to 2 hours to replace them.
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I appreciate the info. Amazon has these aftermarket glue on dash covers. They are plastic, not carpet. Have you ever seen one of these installed?
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