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- Proposition 65
Axxess AXGMMT-01 Replacement Interface with MOST Amplifier Retention for Select 2014-Up GM Vehicles
The AXGMMT-01 interface is designed to allow you to install an aftermarket radio and have it interface with the OEM vehicle and M.O.S.T. Data-bus system. The AXGMMT-01 is designed for 2014 and Up GM vehicles that use the M.O.S.T. bus system. The interface retains full functionality of the OnStar and Bluetooth system as well as all safety and warning chimes.
- Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
- Used in amplified systems
- Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse and speed sense)
- Pre-wired AXSWC harness (AXSWC sold separately)
- High-level speaker input
- Retains balance, backup camera, warning chimes and OnStar®
- Retains factory 3.5mm AUX-IN jack
- Micro-B USB updatable
- Retais backup camera
- Colorado (IO5 / IO6) 2015-2018
- Silverado 1500 (IO3 / IO5 / IO6) 2014-2018
- Silverado 2500/3500 (IO3 / IO5 / IO6) 2015-2019
- Silverado LD (IO5 / IO6) 2019
- Suburban 2015-2021
- Tahoe 2015-2020
- Canyon 2015-2018
- Sierra 1500 (I03 / IO5 / IO6) 2014-2018
- Sierra 2500/3500 (I03 / IO5 / IO6) 2015-2018
- Sierra Limited (IO5 / IO6) 2019
- Yukon /Yukon XL 2015-2020
- AXGMMT-01 interface
- AXGMMT-01 harness
- 16-pin harness with stripped leads
- Backup camera harness
- 10-pin jumper harness
- 12-pin jumper harness
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Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
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