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Axxess GMOS-014 Onstar Interface for Select GM 2000-up Vehicles

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GMOS-014 Interface
GMOS-014 Harness

Provides accessory (12 volt 10 amp)
Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
Used in amplified or non-amplified systems
Retained chimes
Provides NAV outputs (Parking Brake, Reverse, Mute and V.S.S.)
ASWC harness included (ASWC not included)
Retains OnStar/OE Bluetooth
Adjustable volume for chimes and OnStar
High level speaker input
USB updatable
Retains balance and fade

Compatible With
Allure 2005-09
Century 2004-05
Lacrosse 2005-09
Rainier 2004-07
Rendezvous 2002-07
Terraza 2005-08
Escalade 2003-06
Escalade EXT 2003-06
Avalanche 2003-06
Cavalier 2000-05
Colorado 2004-09
Corvette 2005-10
Express 2003-07
Impala 2000-05
Malibu 2000-03
Malibu Classic 2004
Monte Carlo 2000-05
Silverado 2003-06
Silverado Classic 2007
SSR 2003-06
Suburban 2003-06
Tahoe 2003-06
Trailblazer 2002-09
Uplander 2005-08
Venture 2000-05
Canyon 2004-09
Envoy 2002-09
Savana 2003-09
Sierra 2003-06
Sierra Classic 2007
Yukon/Xl/Denali 2003-06
H2 2003-07
H3 2006-09
Ascender 2003-08
I Series 2006-08
Alero 2001-04
Bravada 2002-04
Intrigue 2002
Silhouette 2000-04
Aztec 2001-05
Grand Am 2001-05
Grand Prix 2004-08
Montana 2000-2005
Sunfi re 2000-05
9-7x 2005-09
Relay 2005-09

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