How do I disable Onstar on 2019 New Generation GMC Sierra

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Asked by VivoMojo Oct 07, 2019 at 01:50 PM about the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Elevation Double Cab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How do I disable onstar on New Generation 2019
GMC Sierra 1500

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Find the module and disconnect it. Look around on the web for the location.

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Yup I kind of know where it is in the Center Radio stack! However new gen console block easy access to the bottom stack screw cover between the stack and console! I guess the real question at this point is , how do you pull that cover. I just highly doubt a service person would have to remove the console . Given that would entail removing both front seats. See attached photo of lower Center stack trim Awaiting on input as I have tried trim tools with no available. Pros there a special tool to release that trim piece which wraps around the lower Center stack above the console that conceals the 2 lower Center stack torx screws.

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Im having a hard time removing the radio I’m almost there but I can’t get the bottom loose exactly where your pic is showing how did you do it

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