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Metra 71-2003-1 OEM Radio Harness for Select 98-11 Cadillac/Chevy/Kia

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Original price $0.00 - Original price $0.00
Original price $0.00
$15.50 - $15.50
Current price $15.50
24 pin connector
Plugs into Car Harness at radio
OEM replacement harness
One 24-pin plug and One 12-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
Century 2004-2005
LaCrosse/Allure 2005-2009
Rainier 2004-2007
Rendevous 2002-2007
Terraza 2005-2008
Escalade (ESV and EXT included) 2003-2006
Avalanche 2003-2006
Blazer 2002-2005
Cavalier 2000-2005
Colorado 2004-2011
Express van (full size) 2001-2007
Impala 2000-2005
Malibu 2001-2003
Malibu Classic 2004-2005
Metro 2000-2001
Monte Carlo 2001-2005
Prizm 2000-2003
Silverado Pickup Classic 2007
SSR 2003-2006
Suburban 2003-2006
Tahoe 2003-2006
Tracker 1998-2004
Trailblazer 2002-2009
Uplander 2005-2008
Van (full size) Express 2001-2007
Canyon 2004-2011
Denali 2003
Envoy 2002-2009
Sierra Classic 2007
Sierra 2003-2006
Savana Full Size Van 2001-2007
Yukon/Yukon XL 2003-2006
Yukon Denali 2003-2006
H2 2003-2007
H3 2006-2010
Santa Fe 2008-2009
Santa Fe (with Monsoon) 2003-2006
Ascender 2003-2008
Sorento 2003-2006
Alero 2001-2004
Bravada 2002-2004
Intrigue 2002
Silhouette 2000-2004
Aztec 2001-2005
Grand Am 2001-2005
Grand Prix 2004-2008
Montana 2000-2007
Sunfire 2000-2005
Relay 2005-2007

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