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    Chris
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    Fullerton, CA
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    2014 Express 3500, 2006 Silverado 1500

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  1. SOLD: FS Aftermarket Android Car Stereo

    Sold, and shipped. Thanks Mike!
  2. SOLD: FS Aftermarket Android Car Stereo

    Sent PM with shipping, thanks
  3. SOLD: FS Aftermarket Android Car Stereo

    I'll figure out what shipping would be tonight and will let you know. If you're willing to pay the shipping, I don't mind doing it.
  4. SOLD: FS Aftermarket Android Car Stereo

    https://www.eonon.com/UserFiles/image/GA5180-01.jpg
  5. For sale, an Eonon GA5180 Android car stereo https://www.eonon.com/Android-Car-GPS/Vehicle-Specific-GPS/GA5180.html This does *not* allow you to connect your phone via Android Auto. It is basically an Android tablet in the form of a double DIN car stereo, with radio, custom fit to the Chevy dashboard. This was installed in a 2014 Express van, but should also fit: 2007-2012 Silverado 1500 2008-2012 Silverado 2500 & 3500 2009-2011 Avalanche 2008+ Express 2008-2012 Impala 2009-2011 Acadia 2008-2011 Yukon 2008-2011 Denali The good: If you like tinkering with electronics, this is the unit for you Allows you to connect to Google Play services, and install apps from the Google Play Store Can connect to your Google account, check email, schedules, etc... Radio works decently Can run any navigation app that you can install on Android There is a thriving community of people modding these things, and making them do all sorts of things that they weren't meant to. Everything is plug and play. The harness will plug directly in to your factory harness without needing to splice anything. Includes the module for warning chimes, and allegedly retains OnStar although I never personally tried it. Steering wheel controls work The unit is in good cosmetic shape. The screen still has the factory screen protector on it, there are no scratches, cracks or chips. Works with backup camera Everything is included to make this truly plug and play. The radio is included, the GM module interface is included, the speaker for warning chimes is included, the GPS antenna is included. You will need to supply a microphone if you want to use the speakerphone though. Amazon sells these for less than $10 if you want one, it uses a standard connector. You don't have to deal with ordering and shipping from China when buying this, because I already did The bad: If you don't like tinkering with electronics, this is not the unit for you If you're not comfortable configuring Android devices, this isn't the unit for you. It is an old model, the version of Android currently installed on it is 4.2.2 (I think). You may be able to update to a newer version, I know there were people working on that. I just never really dug into it. Because of the age of Android version, some newer versions of some apps may not install on here I was never able to get my turn signal noises to work with this System storage space is limited on here, although there are ways to expand it using the two built in micro SD card slots What's wrong with it? Why am I getting rid of it? I got used to the Apple CarPlay receiver in our other car, and liked that far better, so replaced it with a high end Kenwood that has that feature. I would prefer to sell this locally, but am willing to ship if someone wants to pay actually shipping costs. I'm frequently in the LA/OC/IE/SB areas of Southern California and can arrange to meet in most of those areas if needed. Asking $75
  6. Thanks for the reply. The 12v ports in the dash are always on, not switched. I'm unaware of any other 12v power ports, but I'll check again. As far as the junction block, I removed all of the trim and found nothing, just the retractor for the seat belt. There's a fuse block under the driver's seat, but I don't see any spots to add new circuits to.
  7. I tried posting this in the Express forum about a week ago, but haven't gotten any replies so I'm trying again here. I'm adding a 12v outlet to the back of my van and a USB charger to each row of passenger seating, where would be the best place to tap to get power from? Preferably switched with ACC, but I'd take always hot too. The upfitter manual says The only studs I saw under the hood near an electrical center was where a 125A fuse was attached. I tore apart the trim around the b pillar on the driver's side and the only thing there was the seat belt. Any suggestions would be appreciated, I'd rather not wire this directly to the battery. Thanks
  8. I tried posting this in the Express forum about a week ago, but ahven't gotten any replies so I'm trying again here. I'm adding a 12v outlet to the back of my van and a USB charger to each row of passenger seating, where would be the best place to tap to get power from? Preferably switched with ACC, but I'd take always hot too. The upfitter manual says The only studs I saw under the hood near an electrical center was where a 125A fuse was attached. I tore apart the trim around the b pillar on the driver's side and the only thing there was the seat belt. Any suggestions would be appreciated, I'd rather not wire this directly to the battery. Thanks
  9. I'm adding a 12v outlet to the back of my van and a USB charger to each row of passenger seating, where would be the best place to tap to get power from? Preferably switched with ACC, but I'd take always hot too. The upfitter manual says The only studs I saw under the hood near an electrical center was where a 125A fuse was attached. I tore apart the trim around the b pillar on the driver's side and the only thing there was the seat belt. Any suggestions would be appreciated, I'd rather not wire this directly to the battery. Thanks
  10. Actually, I just looked a little closer at one of the pictures I'd seen online. The harness that I'm asking about is in the same spot, but the trailer wiring harness is there as well. So it looks like I'm totally missing the trailer wiring harness. I'm not sure what the harness I was asking about is then.... http://www.etrailer.com/static/images/pics/4/1/41155_2014~Chevrolet~Express_Van_5_1000.jpg
  11. Thanks, I was pretty sure it was the trailer wiring harness based on where it's at, and a few pictures I'd found online that show the harness in the same spot (Although the harness is a different shape in the pictures I've seen). I guess I'll have to take a multimeter to it to find out if it is or not. Thanks for your help though. I'll get out there and look for the harness that you pointed out in your second post, and see if I have any better luck with that.
  12. I'm trying to wire up the towing harness for my 2014 Chevy Express. It didn't come with the factory tow package. I've found a wiring harness that has the wiring for the trailer. It is terminated with a Delphi PA6-GB20 GF10 terminal. The problem that I'm having is finding the harness that plugs into this, I'd much rather plug into a factory harness than start splicing into the wiring. No one has been able to help me though. I've been to several auto parts stores, looking online, and a few dealers parts departments trying to find the correct harness. No one has seen or heard of this. Searching online by this part #, I've found a lot of Delphi connectors, not one of which look the same as this. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I'm stumped here.... 2014 Chevy Express 3500 LT, extended, 6.0
  13. 2014 Express 3500 turn signal relay location?

    That's what I was afraid of. Can the dealer reprogram it to not flash fast, or am I stuck with having to use resistors if I want the LEDs? Thanks for the reply!
  14. I've got a 2014 Express 3500 that I want to put LED bulbs in to. Where is the flasher relay module that I need to replace so that I don't get the fast flash? Thanks
  15. In case anyone finds this thread in the future looking for this information, the radio did fit properly and so far appears to be plug and play.
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