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Not long ago a forum member posted that he had replaced his original radio switch (see attached for original part) with another where the SRC is printed not flush with the wheel but a couple of mm higher on a detent. This certainly aids in rotating the switch.

I have been unable to find the post no matter how I search.

My question: is p/n 92256902 upgraded to this new version or did the OP use a part from another GM vehicle?

Thanks for the help!

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The part is from another GM vehicle. The part number is GM 42356198 it is the radio switch from a 2017-2020 Chevy Trax and a 2019-2020 Chevy Sonic. It is a pretty close match in same font and illumination intensity.
 

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^What he said. I did this mod because I do regularly scroll through sources. It works great and all functions work properly. Got mine locally for $30.
 

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Is there is install instructions for this anywhere? I definitely need to do this. My thumb slides off sometimes while pushing the stock one up (to change tracks or stations) and doesn't register as easy as I would like.
 

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I’m constantly using this button to scroll through XM presets and a lot of times I can’t get it to scroll without my thumb sliding. This is perfect! Good find.
 

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^What he said. I did this mod because I do regularly scroll through sources. It works great and all functions work properly. Got mine locally for $30.
That's the same one that I have, but, I've never changed mine.
 

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Wow this is an awesome thread! Does anyone have any installation DIY's?? I definitely am interested in this too!
 

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It's not very difficult to replace. You simply pop the airbag off (a lot of you are familiar with that) by inserting a thin pick or small rod into the holes in the back side of the steering wheel. Then, you pry the steering wheel trim piece off, and the switch comes off after that. You'll have to pry it out of the retainer that presses into the steering wheel, but that's about it.
 

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Here is the post from Facebook with instructions.
 

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Does it fit all years, 2014-2017? I'm guessing yes since @carkhz316 sig is 2014 PBM and he's recommending the part# to the OP who has a 2017. However, I don't want to assume.
 

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Thanks to all for chiming in. I just ordered the part and don't expect any fitment issues.
 

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Ordered this too. 33 bucks. It’ll make skipping tracks easier!
 

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I was worried that at some point this part would wear out and it would be difficult to get a replacement. So I'm relieved to hear it's used on other GM vehicles.
 
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