What's it for? Or what is supposed to be in there? Mine is empty.
artsmart said:also a great place to store your cargo net when not using... :thumbs
Thats not a good thing at all... :nodnobatwings05 said:... the sun had baked it causing the glue to melt that holds the pages, now all the pages fall out and are not attached to anything!!!
Great minds think alike. Thats where mine is too. :lolMarc NY said:Thats not a good thing at all... :nodno
BTW: I found that it holds my orginial GM warning label just fine.... you know that label which tells the operator not to close the tail gate first. :lol
It's only in the carpeted, tricked out beds. I have the plain Jane model and it doesn't have the useless box.Drz said:Sorry, dumb question... I've had my SSR for a month and was completely unaware there was a compartment under the bed cover. Where is it? How do you get to it? I'm tired of leaving my stash on the passenger seat.
houtex said:It's only in the carpeted, tricked out beds. I have the plain Jane model and it doesn't have the useless box.
Careful, the "top Tool" is also the tool used to open the bed cover if the electrical fails.....JAustin said:I was wondering about this. We looked at new SSRs at local dealerships earlier this month, before buying a used '05. The new ones on the lots (the one's we looked at, anyway) all had the storage compartment on the underside of the cargo cover. The used one we purchased doesn't have it. No great loss, although I agree it would have been a handy location for the owner's manual and top tool.
Fred: Good point! Since my SSR doesn't have the storage compartment, it's a none issue for me, but good advice for others! Mine is to be tucked away in the owner's manual, which I store (along with precious little else) in the console.Fred Edick said:Careful, the "top Tool" is also the tool used to open the bed cover if the electrical fails.....