The answer is no🤦🏻♂️ not only did Chevy remove the light but took the feed out from harness.
I had to buy the light, a pig tail to fit the light plug and a tap a circuit to install power at passenger compartment fuse box..
All for the glove box light that Chevy just removes with no notice to customer and is still listed as standard equipment on RS and Premier …
Also a lot of dash had to be taken a part as well as Side of console to remove the glove box liner… Good luck to all that want to add it.
Quite frankly, it really isn't a big deal having a light in the glovebox to me. Mine came without one also and I brought it up to my dealer. They said that GM was excluding the light in many of the newer models. I told them that didn't hold water with me because of what I've read here and that my RS packages, Comfort, and Convenience, said it had one there. I mentioned to them they might want to peek into sites like this one to get a "real world view" into what their serviceable market is saying, good and bad, about their products. Of course, that requires initiative beyond the miserable jobs they have to see what people that own their products are actually saying. The laughable, and actually pathetic thing is, their default position when you bring things up to them is to take the defensive roll and defend a really crappy company, GM, or play like they haven't a clue of what you're talking about.
I told my service advisor to at least check into why mine didn't come with a light and if they would be willing to put one in there. She already told me they would put one in once I bring my Blazer in to have my seat chips and harness for the auto-dim side mirror installed. As I said, I don't care if I have one, or not. It's not worth the heartburn fighting them for a light in my glovebox. However, I won't purchase another GM product just because of all the past and present issues GM has had. I bought the Blazer because I didn't want European and I liked the styling of the vehicle. I haven't had any issues like those here saying they're having/had (keeping fingers crossed... lol) and I'm very satisfied thus far. I live in South Texas, so I won't have some of the problems that others are having up north that bought early in the production of the Blazer. Rule of thumb, never buy early. All the bugs still have to get worked out. But this glovebox light is petty crap and GM's reputation continues to tank due to silly little things like this, among others.
Nevertheless, here we are and we are all at least talking about these things here. You'd think the PR dept. at GM would scout these kinds of forums and have some serious come-to-Jesus meetings at the executive level to sort out the best practices to serve their market. Maybe they are having these meetings and are just so self-absorbed and narcissistic that they think they know better than their market. If their conversations are including our inept government, then I'm sure they do think they know better than their market. We all know that they are in bed with the government. Their EV production is subsidized by the government and it's just one more thing that GM will be held hostage to by our government.
I'm sorry, but it's a bit difficult to have a conversation about GM and not mention how un-American this company is, and has been in the past. Yes, I know I had choices before purchasing the Blazer, but I also have an opinion, just like all of you.
We all know what GM really stands for...