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Axxess AXRSEH-GL29 GM RSE A/V Harness for GM/Chevrolet/Cadillac/Buick 2007-Up

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Axxess AXRSEH-GL29 GM RSE A/V Harness 

The GMRSAV is designed to provide an audio/video input to the OEM overhead video screen from the aftermarket radio and provide the audio/video input from the rear seat control panel to the aftermarket radio.

Instruction Manual
Product Information Sheet


  • Retains the A/V-IN jack (if applicable)
  • Provides A/V output to the factory-installed rear-seat overhead entertainment system (Only applicable for models with a second row RSE)
  • Designed for models that have a DVD player built into the factory radio

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Enclave 2008-Up


  • Escalade 2007-2011
  • Escalade ESV 2007-2011
  • Escalade EXT 2007-2011
  • SRX 2007-2009


  • Avalanche 2007-2013 (1)
  • Equinox 2007-2009
  • Silverado 2500/3500 2014 (1)
  • Silverado (new body) 2007-2013 (1)
  • Suburban 2007-2014 (1)
  • Tahoe 2007-2014 (1)
  • Traverse 2009-Up


  • Acadia 2007-2016
  • Acadia Limited 2017
  • Sierra 2500/3500 2014 (1)
  • Sierra (new body) 2007-2013 (1)
  • Yukon/Yukon XL 2007-2014 (1)


  • H2 2008-2009


  • Torrent 2007-2009


  • Outlook 2007-2010


  • XL-7 2007-2009

(1) For 2012-Up models with NAV use the GMRSAV-2.

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