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Chevyboxer

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  1. Hey I have a 2009 GMC Sierra I had replaced the stock radio with an advent OGM1 but the backup camera is now draining the battery and I've gone through 3 backup cameras. I was looking and the stock Navigation radios are really cheap now. Is the LTZ radio a quick swap besides getting it reprogrammed? I know I need this adapter for my current camera https://camera-source.com/2007-2012-gm-truck-backup-camera-vss2-adapter.html Anything else I am missing? Edit: I don't really care if the Nav works I like Google Maps better on my phone. I just want a backup camera thats as stock as possible.
  2. What is involved with wiring the temp sensor? I have a stand mirror there now with Onstar. TIA
  3. The hardest part was running the wire I have a 2009 so my tailgate and bed already had holes in them. I hooked it up to an OGM 1. I don't believe you would have to reprogram it, but I'm not sure if the connectors are the same.
  4. I ended up buying the camera mentioned above. It looks stock and also produces a great picture.
  5. Most of these have been mentioned, but here goes: Steering Wheel Controls going to the next set of presets on XM UI Redesign Backup Camera Accessible without being in reverse. Steering Wheel controls when using AD2P Some Kind of screen saver for the AD2P module. Seriously who ever designed the whole Phone Menu never spent a day in an Industrial Design class. That section hurts my eyes and I try and avoid going into that menu.
  6. Ok thanks for that info. Everything is working fine today besides that minor annoyance.
  7. Ok got the XM figured out. Another question. On the stock radio I could flip through my XM presets on the steering wheel. When I had finally hit the highest preset it would go to the next page. Is there a way to make the OGM1 do that as well. At the moment it just stays on that page.
  8. So I had my Advent OGM1 installed today and I have a couple questions. The guy who installed it said I would lose XM radio. I searched and didn't see a thread about this. He said I had to order a Jensen adapter. The second thing is I have steering wheel controls. If I hold the voice button it goes to OnStar and if I press it for a second it just mutes the radio. Is there a way for me to make a voice call using this button? My truck did not come with factory bluetooth. TIA p.s. I bought the OGM1 from a member on the forum so if this Jensen adapter was supposed to come with I don't believe that I got it. Truck Info 2009 SL Crew Cab
  9. Unless this is just too early and I am reading this wrong you don't need anything. Simply change the band to XM and get your radio ID. Go to the XM website and fill in the info. If there is a black plastic thing over your drivers side ontop of the cab then you already have an XM receiver.
  10. I want an ebony steering wheel with the audio controls pm me info. Thanks.
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