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Current prices as of May 2012.....


Hello folks - My name is Allen and we (Tonkin Chevrolet) want to offer the Volt forum members a special discount offer on GM Accessories.

Accessory web site located here http://www.tonkinchevrolet.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=content.parts



You can create a account or call in your order to us - enter VOLT1 as your discount code at check out or call and mention that you found us here. We are not set-up to take payment over our web site so you will end up speaking to us to complete the order Monday - Friday 8:am - 5:00 Pacific Standard Time.

Don't forget we offer great discounts on your other Volt parts as well, example "Cabin Air Filter and LLoyd Mats"

No Sales Tax either :cool:

Other Parts:
Short Front Air Dam # 20993998
Your price $32.06

Cabin Filter # 13271190 (These do not come in the VOLT from GM, but there is a place in your car for one.)
Your price $14.29

Generator/Eng Oil Filter #55352643
Your price $6.50

Another nice addition for your Volt is the Cargo Organizer:
Part Name : Bowtie Logo, Black
Part Number: 19202575
Your price $104.20

This durable, flexible, collapsible organizer has multiple compartments, allowing you to carry lightweight items of various sizes in the rear of your Camaro. Can be folded flat, or removed from the vehicle as needed. Black with Chevrolet Bowtie logo.

Video of the Cargo Organizer in a Volt can be seen here: http://s588.photobucket.com/albums/...olet VOLT/?action=view&current=SANY0004-1.mp4





Part Name : 4 piece Volt LLOYD MATS
Part Number: Volt Mats

LLOYD® - Ultimats™ Custom Carpet Floor Mats
Chevy Volt 2011, Ultimats™ Floor Mats by Lloyd®. Lloyd® Embroidered Floor Mats with 5/16" Pile Height. The original and still the best custom carpet mats.. Made of 32 oz Dupont nylo...



Part Name : Roadside Assistance Package
Part Number: 12497328
Your price $64.12



Part Name : Fisrt Aid Kit
Part Number: 88960626
Your price $20.04





Part Name : Car Cover - Pale Green With Green Volt Logo
Part Number: 20927470
Your price $284.53

This Vehicle Cover helps protect your Volt whether indoors or out. Handy storage bag included. Both cover and bag feature the Volt logo.


Part Name : Volt Wheel Locks
Part Number: 19211919
Your price $32.06

Part Name : Wheel Lock Kit - Chrome, M12 x 1.5 x 37.1 - For Use on Wheels with Exposed Lugs and without a Need To Retain A Wheel Cap or Cover - Includes 4 Locks, 1 Key
Help deter thieves from taking the wheels off your vehicle with this wheel lock kit, featuring 4 locks and a unique key.



Part Name : Volt Sill Plates
Part Number: 19244297
Your price $80.15
Add a stylish accent to the entry area of your Volt while also helping to protect against scratches and scrapes with these stainless Door Sill Plates featuring the Volt logo.


Part Name : Cargo Net
Part Number: 19244300
Your price $40.08

This flexible Cargo Net can be installed in two different positions. A zipper on each side of the Cargo Net allows you to choose the position that works best to help keep items from shifting in the cargo area of your Volt. Unzip for a flat floor net or close the zipper to form an envelope-style storage net.


Part Name : Rear Seat Storage/Barrier - Leather
Part Number: 20988807
Your price $80.15

Requires RPO's : A51, EEY
The Rear Seat Storage/Barrier is a dual-purpose accessory that provides a storage compartment between the rear passenger seats, while closing the gap between the rear seats and the cargo area


Part Name : Front & Rear Premium All Weather Floor Mats
Part Number: 19243441
Your price $80.15

These Premium All Weather floor mats feature a custom deep-ribbed pattern to collect rain, mud, snow and debris. Nibs on back help hold mats in place and conform to the floor of your Volt. Front mats feature the Volt logo.


Part Name : Premium All Weather Cargo Mat
Part Number: 20917118
Your price $80.15

This Premium All Weather Cargo Mat conforms to the cargo area of your Volt, and the custom deep-ribbed pattern helps keep it clean. Features the Volt logo.


Part Name : Ashtray and Lighter
Part Number: 22761214
Your price $80.15

Convenient for those who choose to smoke in their vehicle, this Smoker's Package includes an Ashtray that fits in the cup holder, and a Cigarette Lighter with housing and retainer.


Part Name : Sunshade, Silver with Volt logo
Part Number: 20905185
Your price $80.15

This windshield Sunshade Package will not only help keep the interior of your Volt cooler on hot sunny days, it will also help protect your dashboard from sun damage. Folds up and fits neatly in the storage bag provided. Sunshade and bag both feature Volt logo.


Part Name : Storage Case - Black with Volt Logo
Part Number: 19243786
Your price $80.15

Use this attractive black storage case to stash and conceal miscellaneous items in the rear compartment area of your Volt. Ideal for storing and transporting an extra charge cord. Features convenient carrying handles, as well as straps to secure it in place to prevent shifting while in transit.



Part Name : Rear Seat Storage/Barrier - Cloth
Part Number: 20988806
Your price $80.15

Requires RPO's : A51, EAL
EAL - LEATHER, SOLEIL KEISEL, MINI PERF
The Rear Seat Storage/Barrier is a dual-purpose accessory that provides a storage compartment between the rear passenger seats, while closing the gap between the rear seats and the cargo area.





http://www.tonkinchevy.com/
Tonkin Chevrolet Parts (800)-920-6198
Allen (Parts Department) ext. 4162
Rob (Parts Department) ext. 4164
Jason (Internet Parts Specialist) ext. 4161

Note;Prices subject to change.


 

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Allen - Please add the cabin air filter to your list. I ordered one from you, as the Volt doesn't come with one, after you talked me into it twice (once when I ordered, and once when I forgot that I ordered it when it showed up).

And for the record, I also ordered the all-weather floor mats and cargo mat, the cargo net, and the rear storage barrier. That rear storage barrier is quite useful - I stashed my wife's 50th birthday present in it (a Rado watch that she wanted) and she still has no idea where I kept it...
 

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Here is a short video on how to access the cabin air filter location through your glove box.

Sorry for the dark video, but I am sure you will get the idea.

 

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Hi Allen

My accessories arrived today. Thanks
 

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free shipping?

i may order the cargo mat, and short air dam
 

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Toasty,

Usually not free shipping, but I live in FL and it was cheaper to buy from them and pay shipping than to get them from my local Dealer.
 

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I like the rear seat barrier pouch but I have cloth seats. Do they make them in cloth for cloth seats?
 

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I like the rear seat barrier pouch but I have cloth seats. Do they make them in cloth for cloth seats?
They have cloth, it's hard to tell from the post above but it's listed separately:
Part Name : Rear Seat Storage/Barrier - Cloth
Part Number: 20988806
Your price $80.15
 

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I like the rear seat storage/barrier listed below. But every week I need to fold down the driver's side rear seat to fit some cargo in my Volt. I understand that the part sticks to the back of both rear seats using velcro. Is it a velcro strip, or is the entire surface of the storage/barrier velcro? Can I fold down the driver's side rear seat but still leave it attached to the passenger side rear seat, and if so ho much pass through space would there be to the left of the storage/barrier? Do you think doing this once a week would result in the storage/barrier no longer sticking to the back of the seat?


Part Name : Rear Seat Storage/Barrier - Leather
Part Number: 20988807
Your price $80.15
 

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This was installed in my car when purchased. In two months of Volt ownership nothing has been put into it. However, it really does create a very nice division between the passenger compartment and the rear area.

My device has full velcro around the perimeter flap for a good and easy attachment. If one or both seats are folded over together the device can be left attached to the seat(s) that go forward. It does not appear that "doing this once a week" would result in degradation to the attachment surface.
 

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I like the rear seat barrier pouch but I have cloth seats. Do they make them in cloth for cloth seats?
I believe they do. I ordered the leather and like it very much.
 

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Does anyone have any information about the GM security alarm offered as part number 19243150? I'm wondering what security this adds to the Volt and whether it is controlled through the existing Volt Key Fob.
 

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Does anyone have any information about the GM security alarm offered as part number 19243150? I'm wondering what security this adds to the Volt and whether it is controlled through the existing Volt Key Fob.
The kit is controlled with your existing transmitter and the kit consist of a Module/Shock Sensor, Harness, Strap and Instructions. and the current price from us is $92.17

Hope this helps.
 

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The kit is controlled with your existing transmitter and the kit consist of a Module/Shock Sensor, Harness, Strap and Instructions. and the current price from us is $92.17

Hope this helps.
I did a quick search on google & couldn't find anything. Would you happen to have a PDF of the installation instructions that you could post?
 

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Theft Deterrent Alarm Package Installation
Table 1: Kit Contents

Installation Instructions Part Number
19243153

The vehicle must have the keyless entry option (&AU0) and DIC (&UK3) or the GM accessory DIC switch package for this security system. Otherwise, it does not have the content theft deterrent alarm system needed. Installing this security system requires programming of the vehicle. This is done with a Service Programming System. The installer needs to call the Techline Customer Support Center (TCSC) for programming assistance. The call is only good for one specific Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)


Kit Contents

Qyt.



Description




1


Shock Sensor



1


Security System Wiring Harness



1


Owners Manual Insert



3


Tie straps



5


Installation Instructions




Recommended Tools

• Scan Tool

• Service Programming System (SPS - TIS 2000 or equivalent system)

• Push-in retainer puller

• Small screwdriver

• Terminal Removal Tool part number 12094429

• CANDI Module

• Plastic Trim Removal Tool

• Drill with 1/8", 5/32", 5/16", and 15/32” 9/16" drill bits

• ¼” Drive Ratchet with 7 mm and 10 mm Sockets

• Center Punch/Awl

• T20 Torx bit

• Phillips Screwdriver

Installation Sequence


Note: Please review the entire procedure before trying to perform it.



Note: After safety mandated preparatory steps have been taken, the installation sequence is the suggested method for completing the accessory installation. In some instances, the suggested sequence is written for one associate to install and in others the sequence is given as part of a team accessory installation. Unless otherwise stated in the document, the associates may perform the installation steps in any order to make the installation as efficient as possible while maintaining consistent quality.


Verify the vehicle has the AU0 and UK3 options. This can be done using the GM Vehicle Inquiry System (GMVIS) or the vehicle’s Service Parts ID Label. If the GM accessory DIC switch package is installed, the UK3 option will not appear on the service Parts ID label. In that case, simply check for the presence of the DIC switch. Call TCSC (1-800-828-6860) to obtain programming instructions. The authorization number is for the BCM (Body Control Module) and the IPC (Instrument Panel Cluster).


Note: You must have the vehicle’s VIN that will be upgraded and the following Authorization Codes:




IP and BCM Authorization Code
This will allow you to reprogram the BCM and IPC for this security system.


Note: Before programming, the following conditions must be met, or control module damage may occur


• The Tech 2 and the SPS terminal must have the latest software.

• Vehicle system voltage

• There is not a charging system concern. All charging system concerns must be repaired before programming a control module.

• Vehicle system voltage is greater than 12 volts but less than 16 volts. The battery must be charged before programming if the vehicle system voltage is low.

• A battery charger is NOT connected to the vehicle’s battery. Voltage fluctuations from a battery charger may cause programming failure.

• Turn OFF or disable any system that may put a load on the vehicle’s battery, such as the following comments:

- Twilight sentinel

- Interior lights

- Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) Systems

- Engine cooling fans, radio, etc.

• The ignition switch must be in the proper position. The Tech 2 prompts you to turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF. DO NOT change the position of the ignition switch during the programming procedure, unless instructed to do so.

• Make certain all tool connections are secure.

• DO NOT disturb the tool harnesses while programming. If an interruption occurs, programming failure or control module damage may occur.

• DO NOT turn OFF the ignition if the programming procedure is interrupted or unsuccessful. Ensure that all connections are secure and the SPS software is up to date. Attempt to reprogram the control module. If the control module cannot be programmed, replace the control module.

1. Reprogram the IPC (Instrument Panel Cluster) using the method called out by TCSC.

2. Reprogram the BCM (Body Control Module) using the method called out by TCSC.


Note: After programming, perform the following to avoid misdiagnosis
• Turn the ignition OFF for approx. 1 minute.

• Turn the ignition ON with the engine OFF.



Learning the Restraints ID
Navigate to the following on the scan tool:

• Body Control Module

• Module Setup

• Setup SDM Primary key in BCM

• Using a scan tool, retrieve any history Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) from all of the modules.

• Clear all DTCs.

Remove Components

1. Remove the inflatable restraint instrument panel lower module – passenger side. Refer to Inflatable Restraint Instrument Panel Lower Module Replacement - Passenger Side .

2. Remove the instrument panel lower trim panel insulator. Refer to Instrument Panel Lower Trim Panel Insulator Replacement .

3. Remove the instrument panel lower compartment. Refer to Instrument Panel Lower Compartment Replacement .

4. Remove the passenger front side door opening floor carpet retainer. Refer to Front Side Door Opening Floor Carpet Retainer Replacement .

5. Remove the body control module. Refer to Body Control Module Replacement .

Installing the Security System Wiring Harness





1. Disconnect 2 BCM connectors: J6 (PINK) (2) and J7(GRAY) (1).

2. Using a small screwdriver and the terminal removal tool, gently pry up on the Terminal Position Assurance (TPA) on each of the 2 connectors removed from the BCM.


Note: TPA will not fully come off of connector.



3. Gently remove bubble wrap protection from the security system wiring harness BCM terminals.

4. Plug the terminals into the following locations:





• The YELLOW wire on the security system harness should be plugged into cavity 23 of the J6 BCM connector (PINK).





• The PURPLE wire on the security system harness should be plugged into cavity 15 of the J7 BCM connector (GRAY).

• Push, click, and tug the wires to make sure the terminals are seated.

• Reseat TPA by pressing in place.

5. Reconnect the two connectors ( J6, and J7) to BCM.

6. Reinstall the BCM.





7. Remove the two screws (2) and the BEC (1) from the instrument panel.





8. Plug the terminal with the (RED/WHITE) wire on the security system harness into pin 21 of the BEC.





9. Install the 10A fuse provided in kit into fuse position F2 of the BEC.





10. Locate ground ring stud (1) circuit G302 and remove nut.

11. Route ground wire with ring terminal of the security system harness along body harness and install ground ring terminal to ground stud circuit G302.

12. Install ground stud nut and tighten.





13. Install the shock sensor (2) to the inflatable restraint instrument panel lower module harness (1) and secure with tie strap (3)

14. Reset the BCM and function-check the security system.

• Turn the ignition ON and back OFF.

• Turn the ignition ON with the engine OFF.

• Using a scan tool, retrieve any history Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) from all of the modules.

• Clear all DTCs.

• Turn ignition OFF.

• Open the driver’s door to turn off retained accessory power.

• Arm the vehicle’s content theft deterrent system while in the driver’s seat by using the remote keyless entry fob to lock the doors. Do not disturb the sensor until the security telltale goes off.

• Tap the steering wheel or dashboard. The alarm should activate. If the alarm does not activate, you may need to adjust the sensitivity level of the shock sensor module. (white knob located on the side of shock sensor module).

• Repeat step above. (Section i). If the alarm still does not activate, check the fuses for horns and lights.

• Verify the shock sensor responds to both levels of impact (sensitivity level set low), while the vehicle is armed by hitting any window open handed or body panel with a closed fist.

- Level 1 – (low level of impact) When the alarm sounds the horn chirps and the lights flash rapidly.

- Level 2 – (high level of impact) Full alarm.

Note: Refer to Owners Manual insert for clarification and shock sensor operation.



• Once you have verified that the Shock Sensor is operating correctly, adjust the level of sensitivity that will ensure the alarm does not trigger with a Level 2 alarm with the slightest bump (false alarms).

Note: The sensitivity level should not be set so low that the slightest bump causes the alarm to trigger or set to high causing damage to the vehicle without triggering an alarm.



• Place a mark on the white adjustment knob leading to the shock sensor case using a paint pen or permanent marker. This mark indicates where the level is set following installation of the shock sensor module.

Note: The wiring harness that was installed can be used for the Shock and/or Inclination Sensor Modules.


Note: If the Inclination sensor is not an added accessory, the remaining part of the harness needs to be secured with a tie strap.



• Fold the remaining wires in half and secure fold with a tie strap.

• Secure harness to wire bundle behind the instrument panel compartment. Verify all wires are neatly secured.

15. Insert sheet into owner’s manual.

Security System - Shock Sensor - Owners Manual Insert






Note: The White Adjustment knob is located on the side of the sensor. This knob varies the level of sensitivity for the shock sensor. The sensitivity level is set at the Dealership; it can be adjusted per the owner’s preference.



1. A Shock sensor has been added to your vehicle’s content theft deterrent system. The Shock sensor will monitor Shock impacts to your vehicle in the attempt that the vehicle is being tampered with. The level of impact is compared to the level set by the white adjustment knob.





2. The Shock sensor (2) is located on the passenger side behind the instrument panel compartment.

3. If an impact occurs the Shock sensor will set off your vehicles content theft deterrent alarm. There are two Levels of impact that the shock sensor will trigger upon.

• Level 1 – Indicates a low level of impact “Warn Away” or “Light Touch”. When detected the lights will flash and the horn chirps rapidly.

• Level 2 – Indicates a high level of impact “Tamper” or “Full Alarm”. In the event that this level occurs the alarm sounds.

Deactivating and Re-activating the Motion (Shock) Sensor

1. The Shock sensor will be activated whenever the content theft deterrent system has been activated and the sensor has not been disabled using the DIC Vehicle Customization feature. Refer to Content Theft Deterrent in your owner’s manual for activating and turning off the theft deterrent system.

2. To disable the Shock sensor.

Note: A message will appear in the Driver Information Center (DIC) each time you turn off the ignition to allow you to disable this sensor.



• Turn ignition key OFF.

• The PRESS TO DISABLE MOTION SENSOR message will appear on the DIC.

• Press the Set/Reset DIC button.

3. The Following Conditions may set off your Shock Sensor alarm. (When Content Theft Deterrent is set).

• Inserting Key into the door while the vehicle is armed.

• Jacking the vehicle to remove a tire or to tow the vehicle.

• Inserting Gas Nozzle while refueling vehicle (set at Minimum sensitivity).

• Leaving a person or large pet in the vehicle causing movement.
 

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Theft Deterrent Alarm Package Installation
Table 1: Kit Contents

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From those instructions and unless I'm missing something, it doesn't look like something I'd be able to install myself. :(
 

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Theft Deterrent Alarm Package Installation
Table 1: Kit Contents

Installation Instructions Part Number
19243153

The vehicle must have the keyless entry option (&AU0) and DIC (&UK3) or the GM accessory DIC switch package for this security system. Otherwise, it does not have the content theft deterrent alarm system needed.
Do all Volts have &AU0 and &UK3? My car's window sticker doesn't specify either of these options.
 

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Hi Allen,

I've seen reports that some folks are getting the 240v Voltec Level 2 Charge Station from their dealer. Can you sell them, and if so, how much are they? How much do they weigh so I can calculate shipping?

Thanks!
 
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