Driver Information Center

Discussion in 'GM Electrical Tech' started by GKohler79, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. GKohler79

    GKohler79 New Member

    Hey all, I know this topic has been around the forum in the past. I just thought I'd let everybody know that I just installed the DIC buttons in my 09 Silverado. It was extremely easy, and took about 20 minutes total. These buttons are a real convenience with information like distance til empty, tire pressure, and many other features. If you don't have the DIC buttonsI highly recommend you spend the $90 and order one. You can easily install it yourself, no wireing needed! I'll be more than happy to answer questions!
     
  2. Stucontrol

    Stucontrol New Member

    Thanks brother... was thinking of ordering this for my truck. Now I will for sure.
     
  3. Signaturesv

    Signaturesv Member

    Did it unlock outside Temperature?
     
  4. GKohler79

    GKohler79 New Member

    I'm not sure what you mean...mine showed the outside temperature even before I put it in the new DIC
     
  5. Chevy Boy

    Chevy Boy New Member

    Re:DIC

    Do you know now that you have the buttons if by inserting your key in the ingnition that it recognize your seat setup and stuff and then when your wife's key setup say it recognize her setup and moves the seat to the way she like's it......do you know what I mean.
     
  6. BigBlueLB756

    BigBlueLB756 Rockstar 100 Posts

    For the cheap do-it-yourselfers, the switch can be had by itself for installation in your old panel for less than $30, but you do have to cut out the hole. Just a thought.
     
    Last edited: May 4, 2010
  7. theartist

    theartist New Member

    do tell. how do i get just the switch?
     
  8. BigBlueLB756

    BigBlueLB756 Rockstar 100 Posts

  9. Tackle

    Tackle New Member

    Is the wiring harness already there? so all you did was buy the DIC panel and plug it in? did you have to flash the computer?
     
  10. BigBlueLB756

    BigBlueLB756 Rockstar 100 Posts

    The wiring harness is either plugged to the backside of your existing panel or wrapped around the dashboard wiring . All you have to do is plug it into the new switch. No computer flashing required. You can either:
    1. Buy the panel assembly (panel and switch as one unit) for $75 to $120.
    2. Buy the switch and the panel as separate items and save some money.
    3. Buy only the switch and cut out the panel you already have and save big bucks.
    It's up to you.
     

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