If you're in need of a brand new Tune button assembly for a GM truck/SUV CD6 radio like the one pictured, you've come to the right place. GM has clamped down on these so they're getting really hard to find! Compatible radios started appearing in 2003 in full-size trucks/SUVs (and 2004 in full-size vans and mid-size SUVs.) However, just because your vehicle is a 2003 or newer does NOT mean you should be ordering from this listing. Some vehicles used other styles up to 2005. To determine if this is the right button for you, pull your tune assembly off. If you have a metal shaft sticking out of the radio, you cannot use these. You need to be in our 2000+ car/mini-van listing instead.
A very small number of radios have a Tune knob that was rotated 45 degrees and the print on this Tune knob will be off-kilter, as a result. If you want to see if yours has the rotated Tune knob, pull your existing Tune knob off, along with the white shaft behind it. Then look at the green socket that is left on the board when you remove the white shaft. If there is a groove on the inside of the socket at the very bottom of it, as well as grooves 90 degrees to each direction of the bottom one, this will work for you. If your grooves are not at the bottom and 90 degrees to each side, please include a note in the Comments as you check out, indicating you need the rotated version.
This is NOT a listing for ANY other knob or button. We can no longer get most of the other ones. (In fact, we can't get these anymore either but we have enough left we can still sell them.)
This is for ONE Tune button and knob. These radios use a two-piece arrangement for the tune assembly. There is a knob around the outside and a button on the inside. Both parts are included in this listing. There is a white plastic core behind the button, as well as a rubber 'contact' gasket. You will probably need to re-use these pieces from your current assembly. This listing is for the knob and the gray button only.
Installation instructions are not included. You shouldn't be repairing a radio if you're not qualified. Having said that, installation of the knobs are easy. The old ones pop off if you give them a firm tug.