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    Does anyone have the wiring diagram??
    I am going to install a radio in one tonight and I don't want to use the Harness Adapter. I was wondering if anyone could help me out with the Wiring from the stock harness. Mainly the speakers..... and the Remote turn on.. if it Is different than the silverado's


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    class 2 data wires you need to run an adapter
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    Originally posted by Hit_Man@Aug 6 2008, 12:25 PM~11274032
    class 2 data wires you need to run an adapter
    Yup, WAY bad news if you don't use the PROPER Class 2 Data Bus System direct fit harness on that one, IIRC that's one of the ones you have to actually relocate the factory h/u to keep most of the functionality of the vehicle in tact...

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    FAWK


    It's a 2004 Chevy TAHOE w/ BOSE.

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    Originally posted by 1988CutlassClassic@Aug 6 2008, 08:31 PM~11278583
    FAWK
    It's a 2004 Chevy TAHOE w/ BOSE.
    Same deal as above...

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    Originally posted by Brahma Brian@Aug 6 2008, 07:13 PM~11279026
    Same deal as above...

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    Use a Metra GMOS-04 adaptor that retains the doorchime, onstar if u use it, and RAP feature. it runs about $100 at the big box stores like circuit city and best buy. or try ebay ive seen them for about $25

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    I didn't need anything Special to add an amp to the factory system.

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    you said you were adding a radio that means head unit not amp on the factory one dumbass
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    Originally posted by Hit_Man@Aug 12 2008, 12:28 PM~11325111
    you said you were adding a radio that means head unit not amp on the factory one dumbass

    AHHHH fuck!!!!!

    I was installing an AMP in the Tahoe and a Radio in a NON bose Siverado.




    Both worked out fine.

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    just buy a harness at wal mart for like 8 bucks its not that expensive and the amp just hook it up normally you dont need anything special the only thing you need to do is wire a new accessory wire from the radio fuse in the fuse box to the red wire (splice) on the radio you have to do that with all chevy new models something i learned while doing installs
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