Are the buttons worn on your GM Delphi navigation radio? If you're in need of a full set of 9 buttons for a radio like the one pictured, you've come to the right place. Don't let a radio with button wear drag down your high-dollar vehicle! And don't buy used buttons somewhere else. How long before they wear out?
This set consists of the following 9 buttons:
This listing is ONLY for the touchscreen Delphi nav radios that started appearing in 2007 and look exactly like the one pictured. (Other than the color of the trim bezel. It can vary.) These buttons are factory original and they are black in color. They are available with a clear coating on the back or a green coating. The green coating version was for the fullsize trucks and SUVs, as well as some midsize SUVs and a few cars. It will give the buttons the standard GM greenish-bluish-white glow at night. The version with clear coating was used in GM vehicles that had yellow button backlighting at night. (Some Saturns, for instance.) Be sure to choose the color coating you require from the drop-down list towards the bottom of this ad.
- SEEK up
- SEEK down
- Eject symbol
Please note that GM had buttons in two different colors. These are black. Many cars and a few midsize SUVs had graphite colored buttons which were a dark metallic gray. Most people with these radios would probably swear their buttons are black until they compare them side by side. Additionally, some GM vehicles had nav radios made by companies other than Delphi. The buttons are NOT guaranteed to work on radios from other manufacturers. Returns are NOT accepted for these buttons, so know what you have and understand what you are getting!!
It is possible to remove most of your existing buttons (except the eject button) without dis-assembling the radio. It will take a steady hand and a precision flat-blade screwdriver (or better yet, a small, flat, plastic trim tool that won't mar the radio face.) You can push this into the gap on the side of one of the buttons and pry the button up. Then you can grab it and pop it off the other side. (You might want to try this with a button that is already ruined first.) We are NOT responsible for damage to your radio if this method doesn't work for you. We are able to use this method without damaging the radio, so we know it's possible. What we can't account for is your mechanical ability, common sense and the steadiness of your hand. If in doubt, let someone qualified do this replacement for you...
If you intend to dis-assemble your radio for the install, do NOT attempt to replace these buttons with the radio still plugged in. COMPLETELY REMOVE THE RADIO FROM THE VEHICLE. Your radio has your VIN assigned in memory. It will work without programming once you plug it back in. 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 to dis-assemble the radio for the button replacement while the radio is plugged in!! Of course, if you are going to use the method we describe above and pry the buttons off, you don't have to unplug the radio. You won't even have it out to unplug...
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