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Axxess AXGMLN-34 GM LAN-11 OnStar Interface for Chevrolet/Potiac/Saturn 2006-2012

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Axxess AXGMLN-34 GM LAN-11 OnStar Interface for Chevrolet/Potiac/Saturn

The Axxess AXGMLN-34 is designed to retain Onstar and to retain warning chimes that are normally lost when OEM radio is removed. It also provides a 12-volt accessory output for aftermarket radio operation. The AXGMLN-34 also provides a mute/parking brake/ VSS or speed sense and a reverse output to make installing an aftermarket navigation radio simple and less time-consuming.

Instruction Manual


  • Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
  • Used in amplified and non-amplified systems
  • Retains chimes and balance and fade
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, mute and speed sense)
  • Pre-wired AXSWC harness (AXSWC sold separately)
  • Retains OnStar®/OE Bluetooth®
  • Adjustable gain control for chimes and OnStar®
  • High-level speaker input
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Cobalt 2007-2010
  • HHR 2006-2011
  • Malibu 2008-2012


  • G5 2007-09
  • G6 2010
  • G6 2009 (5th digit of VIN must be a J, K, or L)
  • Solstice 2006-2009


  • Aura 20067-2009
  • Sky 2006-2009


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