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Metra 71-2003-1 GM 2000-Up Into Radio Harness
I have a 2004 GM Silverado I need a harness and input for my XM Radio I need the audio input harness pin out into the Delco radio.
I looked at the back. there is an empty jack next to the main harness can I pick up an aux audio input? do you have the harness and can you tell me what wires to hook up? The black plug of the Metra 71-2003-1 GM 2000-Up looks like it fits into the empty jack
I would recommend contacting Metra directly at http://metraonline.com/ to see what they recommend for your specific vehicle. Once you are given their part number, let us know and we'll special order it for you.
Date published: 2011-04-04
I have a 2003 malibu and i have got the wrong harness before. will this one work for a jvc radio?
This is definitely not the harness you need. This harness fits the factory radio in case the original wiring has been cut.Your malibu could have one of several different units in it. If you do not have the amplified speaker system you can get a harness that will work. (there was a time when we had to cut into the wiring and run wires to the trunk or under a seat and mount the factory radio there!) The biggest consideration is the door chime. The Metra LC-GMRC-01 harness comes with a door chime and has the simplest installation in your car. If you also have on-star there are further considerations to make. You definitely want to find out which original equipment your car has and probably call the good folks at PE and ask if they have the correct harness as it is a specialty harness you will need and they might even need to order it for you. Whatever you do, do not try to cut into the factory wiring as it is very difficult to make it work unless you know a lot about wiring relays etc and you want to run wires to other parts of the car to get power.
Date published: 2012-04-01
is this the harness to hook up the OEM radio or for hooking up an aftermarket radio
This harness is for hooking up the OEM radio. You will need an "into car" harness for an aftermarket radio.
Date published: 2014-01-27