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Axxess AXRC-GMLN10 Data Interface Micro-B USB updatable GM/Chevrolet 2016-Up

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Axxess AXRC-GMLN10 Data Interface GM/Chevrolet 2016-Up

Radio Replacement Interface (AXRC-GMLN10) by Axxess¬ģ. Each Interface auto detects the vehicle it is in and automatically configures itself to work perfectly with that vehicle. Then just plug in the harnesses and you‚Äôre done. It‚Äôs that easy!

Instruction Manual


  • Provides accessory (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
  • Used in non-amplified or when bypassing an amplified system
  • Retains all warning chimes through onboard speaker
  • Retains backup camera
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse and speed sense)
  • Can be used with extension AXEXH-GM10
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment


  • Colorado 2017-2019 (With RPO code I0B)
  • Cruze 2016-2019 (With RPO code I0A)
  • Cruze Hatchback (2) 2016-2019 (With RPO code I0A)
  • Equinox 2019 (With RPO code I0B)
  • Malibu 2016-2019 (With RPO code I0A)
  • Silverado 2016-2019 (With RPO code I0B)


  • Canyon 2017-2019 (With RPO code I0B)
  • Sierra 2016-2019 (With RPO code I0B)

The IOA/IOB code, if applicable, can be found in the Service Parts Identification label located:
Glovebox: Canyon/Colorado/Cruze/Equinox/Silverado/Sierra
Rear Compartment Floor: Malibu

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