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    Re: Backseat Radio

    i noticed when i got my tools out to aid in rotating my tires there is a lot of empty space in the area i could do a slim style powered sub and a four channel amp in the same if the specs is right on the size of them

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    Since I moved to an Aftermarket HU and decided i wasn't going to ever use the stock one again I tore apart the OEM one and removed the circuit boards from inside, removed the 6 Disc Changer and put the circuit boards from the OEM HU where the 6 disc changer was. I spliced into the ACC, Constant, Ground, and remote on the OEM HU to the new HU and now I have RSE, Chimes, Onstar without ever using the GMOS. Also there are 3 boards in the OEM you only need 2 to get it all to work. I can upload pictures if anyone is interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makeys2943 View Post
    Since I moved to an Aftermarket HU and decided i wasn't going to ever use the stock one again I tore apart the OEM one and removed the circuit boards from inside, removed the 6 Disc Changer and put the circuit boards from the OEM HU where the 6 disc changer was. I spliced into the ACC, Constant, Ground, and remote on the OEM HU to the new HU and now I have RSE, Chimes, Onstar without ever using the GMOS. Also there are 3 boards in the OEM you only need 2 to get it all to work. I can upload pictures if anyone is interested.
    ^^^^^^This would be a great write up! If you could start a new thread with pics showing what you did and your end results, that would be fantastic. After doing a write up, put a link to your new thread in the stickied thread about DIY's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makeys2943
    Since I moved to an Aftermarket HU and decided i wasn't going to ever use the stock one again I tore apart the OEM one and removed the circuit boards from inside, removed the 6 Disc Changer and put the circuit boards from the OEM HU where the 6 disc changer was. I spliced into the ACC, Constant, Ground, and remote on the OEM HU to the new HU and now I have RSE, Chimes, Onstar without ever using the GMOS. Also there are 3 boards in the OEM you only need 2 to get it all to work. I can upload pictures if anyone is interested.
    That would be a great write up

    I would probably do that as I have my old radio(cd/cass) that I wouldn't care to do this with as I have been weary about using a interface for a aftermarket radio

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