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Axxess AXDIS-GMLN30 GM Data Interface with SWC for GMC/Chevrolet 2019-Up

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Axxess AXDIS-GMLN30 GM Data Interface with SWC for GMC/Chevrolet 2019-Up

The Axxess AXDIS-GMLN30 provides a range of features for non-amplified models. Gain a full 12-volt 10-amp accessory power, as well as NAV outputs such as parking brake, reverse, and speed sense. Retain the audio controls, balance, and fade on the steering wheel with this interface. It's also USB updatable with a Micro-B connection, so you can keep your vehicle up-to-date. OnStar is not supported.


  • Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse and speed sense)
  • Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
  • Non-amplified models only
  • Retains balance and fade
  • Micro-B USB updatable
  • This interface does not retain OnStar

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Blazer (IOT, IOU) 2019-Up (1)
  • Camaro (IOS, IOT) 2019-Up (1)
  • Cheyenne (IOS, IOT) 2019-2021 (1)
  • Colorado (IOS, IOT) 2019-Up
  • Equinox (IOS, IOT) 2019-Up (1)
  • Malibu (IOU, IOS) 2019-Up (1)
  • Silverado (IOS, IOT) 2019-2021 (1)
  • Volt 2019-Up


  • Acadia (IOU) 2019-Up (1)
  • Canyon (IOS, IOT) 2019-Up
  • Sierra 1500 (IOS, IOT) 2019-2021 (1)
  • Terrain (IOS, IOT, IOU) 2019-Up (1)

(1) For extension use AXEXH-GM30

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