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Axxess AXRC-GM3 Data Interface Chime Retention for Cadillac 1996-2005

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Axxess AXRC-GM3 Data Interface Chime Retention 

Chime Retention Interface with Built-In Speaker (AXRC-GM3) by Axxess¬ģ. Replacing the stereo in a late-model GM car has a down side: the seatbelt chime and the turn signal click are actually piped through the stereo and into the speakers. New stereo = no chime. This module uses a speaker built into the module to generate the chime sound.

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  • Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
  • Used in non-amplified systems or when replacing the amplified system
  • Retains all warning chimes through the onboard speaker
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse and speed sense)
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Catera 1997-2001
  • Deville 1996-1999
  • Deville 2000-2005 (1)
  • Eldorado 1996-2002
  • Seville 1996-1997
  • Seville 1998-2004 (1)

(1) The factory amp must be bypassed to use this interface.

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