Is a button worn on your expensive touch screen GM navigation radio? Don't let a radio with button wear drag down the looks of your high-dollar vehicle! And don't buy a used button from somewhere else. How long before it starts showing wear too?
If you're in need of a new button for a touchscreen radio without tilt-screen
, you've come to the right place. Simply select which button/knob you need from the drop-down list below. Please read the ad thoroughly and make your selections carefully because returns are not accepted.
This listing is ONLY for touchscreen nav radios that started appearing in 2005. (Sometimes referred to as TNR nav radios.) These buttons work in the Bose, Bose Lux and non-Bose versions of this radio. They all look virtually identical to the radio pictured here. These buttons are NOT the same as those used on the 2003-2004 non touch screen radios OR the 2006+ tilt-screen radios.
This listing is for ONE new button. You will select the button you need from the list below.
If you need more than one you will have to add this item to your cart multiple times, selecting a different button from the drop-down list each time. If you need the complete set, that is available at a discount in a separate listing.
Please be aware that GM no longer uses the original manufacturer for these buttons. As a result, slight variations in color are possible. If this possibility worries you, you might want to replace the whole set or look elsewhere because returns are not accepted.
Do NOT attempt to replace these buttons with the radio still plugged in. COMPLETELY REMOVE THE RADIO FROM THE VEHICLE AND UNPLUG IT. Then let it sit for at least 30 minutes!!
If you attempt to replace the buttons with the radio still plugged in, you can VERY easily fry your radio. These radios cost several hundred dollars. Do your wallet a favor and do NOT attempt the button replacement while the radio is plugged in!!
Since these install from the back side of the face, dis-assembly of the radio will be required. If you are not qualified to be working on radios, please enlist the help of someone who is.
Your radio has your VIN assigned in memory. It will work without programming once you plug it back in.