Auxiliary RCA audio input for select 1995-2002 GM group vehicles. - auxiliary input adapter
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Auxiliary RCA audio input for select 1995-2002 GM group vehicles. - auxiliary input adapter Audio Input Radio must have external CD Changer capabilities. Not compatible with factory external CD changer present. Takes place of changer. Not compatible with factory RSE (Rear Seat Entertainment) present. Connects to 9-pin connector at headunit. Not compatible with single DIN 6-disc (in-dash) slave CD Changer; GM9-AUX takes the place of this 6-disc slave CD Changer. GM radios 2000 and earlier are not capable of controlling two units; therefore, these radios will need to have the slave unit disconnected. Camaro radio must be AM/FM/CASS radio. Not compatible with 1995 -1999 AM/FM/CD radios. Not compatible with vehicles equipped with in-dash 6-disc slave units. Pontiac radios AM/FM/SINGLE CD headunits use 9-Pin data port for an OEM cassette deck and are NOT compatible with the GM9-AUX. Pontiac radios 2000 and earlier are not capable of controlling two units; therefore, these radios will need to have the slave unit disconnected in order to use the GM9-AUX.
The GM9-AUX will convert the
9-pin data port of any GM radio with CD changer controls to an auxiliary input.
NOTE: For proper operation of the GM9-AUX, the factory CD changer, if present,
will need to be disconnected from the factory harness. · Not compatible with vehicles equipped
with the 6-disc in-dash slave unit. · Not compatible with 96-99 am fm cd players with slave
cassette unit. · Radios from 2000 and before are not
capable of controlling two units. Therefore, these vehicles will need to have
the slave unit disconnected. · Compatible with Pioneer Universal XM
Satellite Digital Tuner System (GEX-FM903XM), when used with PIE Part#
PIO/P-RCA. · Compatible with Sony Universal XM
Satellite Digital Tuner System (DRN-XM01R, DRN-XM01C), when used with PIE Part#
CAUTION: Before any
connections are made, P.I.E. strongly recommends that all circuits be verified
with a voltmeter before interfacing with them. P.I.E. also recommends that this
Protocol Converter be installed by a Certified Car Audio Installation
Technician. Always set the parking brake before working on any vehicle.
DO NOT force connectors
together as pin damage may occur. This installation will be flawless if you
take your time making the connections described below. Following the
installation sequence below is critical to ensure proper recognition of the CD
changer by the factory radio.
1. Disconnect the negative
2. Remove the factory radio to gain access to the connectors on back of radio.
3. Remove any connector that may be plugged into the 9-pin DATA port.
4. Plug the 9-Pin connector of the GM9-AUX into the mating socket on the back
of the radio.
5. Plug the factory 9-pin DATA cable into the mating socket on the GM9-AUX.
Factory CD changer, if present, will need to be disconnected from the harness.
6. Connect appropriate length patch cord (not included) between the GM9-AUX and
7. Reinstall the factory radio.
8. Reconnect the negative battery terminal.
1. With radio on, activate
2. Push the "TAPE/AUX"' TAPE/PLAY" button on radio to gain
access to auxiliary audio input.
3. Display on radio will show CD 1 TRACK 1, and audio of auxiliary device will
4. Adjust volume levels of auxiliary device. (If applicable)