It is the cup holder bracket, located on the passenger side of the console. It is the piece that is left when u remove the actual cup holder. There is also 1 located on the drivers side which is totally useless 4 me cause it is way 2 tight with my leg on the pedal n a drink in the holder. Unfortunately, when u move the seat all the way 4ward with the holder in place, it breaks off.:bangheadbeer100 said:Nobody's really been clear. Just what is it that breaks? The cupholder? Or is it the console?
My dealer's been okay - just delays in getting parts. They've also been willing to share their experience with other dealers - they helped out with wildcat66's weather stripping problem in DallasPeaches said:Yes, SueT, tell us (and the rest of the world) who this sorry dealer is.
I just talked to a guy in the service department here in Flagstaff, and now I'm scared to death to take mine there. They have noone trained on anything unique to the SSR. They have only sold 4 2004's, with only two still around town. They are totally unaware of the various problems we all are having. What am I going to do when I need new hinges installed, some sort of an adjustment made, or anything else done that is weird? Some of you are having really good luck with your warranty service work at the bigger dealers, but I'll wait as long as I can until I take mine in for anything. :confused
I hope your dealer has this tool (J 45999 Cup/Coinholder Removal special tool) to remove the old in dash cup holder or coin tray. I have tried several dealers and no one has them in stock. I am even trying to buy this item but cannot figure out if I need two each or one set! :flaglloger said:Mine started sticking a couple of weeks ago. I was at my dealers last Tues. and told them about it. They ordered me a new cup holder and will call me as soon as it comes in. I hope the new one lasts longer than than the first one.
You may want to check out the Cooling system operation. You should have one cooling fan that works as follows:SueT said:I take it to the dealer where I bought the truck. Glendora, CA Chevrolet. Like most dealers they have no one who is trained. It's seems to be trial and error. They wait for GM to tell them what to do as far as any adjustments. Supposedly a GM tech is coming out, not sure what they can do but I figure it can't hurt. I'm very concerned about the overheating problem any one have any suggestions
I snapped one up when I saw it on eBay. You only need one, but if you intend to replace your cup holder or change holder, you definitely need it.Nomadkenn said:I hope your dealer has this tool (J 45999 Cup/Coinholder Removal special tool) to remove the old in dash cup holder or coin tray. I have tried several dealers and no one has them in stock. I am even trying to buy this item but cannot figure out if I need two each or one set! :flag