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delco radio aux input ??

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2001 silverado cd/radio has FM/AM and CD/AUX selector buttons. Is there actually a AUX jack somewhere on this unit ??

Hoping to avoid having to remove radio unit to find out.

Thanks.

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I had mine out today, and didn't notice them if there were any. there was a connector that had like 6 to 8 pins, and I have no idea what it is to be used for. There was nothing plugged into it.

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yea there should be an auxilary jack on the back in addition to the normal power/speaker jack .

Thats used to like run a remote tape deck or cd deck or possibly something else like a changer

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These guys have some products that can interface with the AUX input:

http://www.pac-audio.com/index.asp

http://www.soundgate.com/#

http://www.pie.net/apguides.htm

 

I added an oem style 12 disc changer to my 01 Tahoe's stock am/fm/cd/external cassette, got it from http://www.radiosandmore.com/ ... they have a Y-cable that let me keep the cassette and still use the head unit's and rear seat controls.

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Oh and removing the radio could hardly be any easier - just pull the IP trim piece off with your fingernails (pull hard, it will snap and crack but no harm will be done - it repeatedly pops on and off with ease), then the radio is held in by levers on each side.

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The Freecom Wireless PdAuX3W Aux input is The Ticket :lol: for the older 98-02 Chevy Silverado, S10, S15, GMC Sierra, etc. that also gives you an ignition switched USB port to charge your GPS:

 

http://www.freecomwireless.com/aux-input-u...evrolet-gmc.asp

http://www.freecomwireless.com/PdAuX3W_Product_Brief.pdf

http://www.freecomwireless.com/PdAuX3W_Ins...ation_Guide.pdf

 

Nice thing about this one is that you can keep the GM Factory CD Shuttle connected if you have one, and if you don't, you don't need to be prewired for it. Great product if you're looking to send Ham or XM Radio or GPS / MP3 audio to the Delco head unit.

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yup it is. all you need is a cable that has a headphone style jack for both ends. you wont be able to control the ipod through the stereo but to me that feature isnt worth 100 bucks. another thing is with the ipod cable itll chare the ipod where as this way it wont. but really a 3 dollar cable vs a 100 dollar cable, theres a big difference to me.

Ipod compatible???

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The Freecom Wireless PdAuX3W Aux input is The Ticket :fume: for the older 98-02 Chevy Silverado, S10, S15, GMC Sierra, etc. that also gives you an ignition switched USB port to charge your GPS:

 

http://www.freecomwireless.com/aux-input-u...evrolet-gmc.asp

http://www.freecomwireless.com/PdAuX3W_Product_Brief.pdf

http://www.freecomwireless.com/PdAuX3W_Ins...ation_Guide.pdf

 

Nice thing about this one is that you can keep the GM Factory CD Shuttle connected if you have one, and if you don't, you don't need to be prewired for it. Great product if you're looking to send Ham or XM Radio or GPS / MP3 audio to the Delco head unit.

 

Holy sheet, I hit the buy now just for the halibut, and the price was $229.00 shipped to Canada.

I could but a pretty good after-market deck for that price.And with Usb and other goodies. Link > http://www.freecomwireless.com/index.html?...Model=Silverado

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