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Metra 71-2105 OEM Radio Harness for 06-12 Buick/Cadillac/Chevrolet/GMC

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Plugs into OEM radio
Power/4-Speaker
One 16-pin plug and One 14-pin plug
Designed to plug in the factory radio
Can be used to repair a harness where the plugs have been cut off or damaged

Compatible With
Buick
Enclave 2008-2011
Lucerne 2006-2011
Cadillac
DTS 2006-2011
Escalade (ESV and EXT included) 2007-2011
SRX 2007-2009
Chevrolet
Avalanche 2007-2011
Aveo 2007-2009
Equinox 2007-2009
Express van (full size) 2008-2012
Impala 2006-2011
Monte Carlo 2006-2007
Silverado Pickup 2007-2011
Suburban 2007-2011
Tahoe 2007-2011
Traverse 2009-2011
GMC
Acadia 2007-2011
Sierra 2007-2011
Savana Full Size Van 2008-2012
Yukon XL Denali 2007-2011
Yukon/Yukon XL 2007-2011
Hummer
H2 2008-2009
Pontiac
G3 (sedan) 2007-2009
Torrent 2007-2009
Vibe 2009-2010
Saturn
Outlook 2007-2009
VUE 2008-2009
Suzuki
XL-7 2007-2009

Installation Instructions for Part 71-2105.pdf

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