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I replaced the Bose OEM radio deck (Delphi) with aftermarket D-Din deck (Pyle PLDNV695). I wired it all without all pricey harness adapters.


Everything works great the way it is wired now but,


I was not able to find the wiring schematic to wire the stock steering wheel audio controls to the at aftermarket DDin which has the hook ups for it and can also program it.


Please help!!


P.s.: I have already had extreme success with adding aftermarket amp and sub, wiring aftermarket D-Din radio (using the Bose stock speakers), and bypassing Bose amp with no harness adapters for under 30$.


If anyone has any questions about any of those topics I'd be happy to help so you don't have go through all the research I had to do. I'll save you a hellish headache!

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I'm new to the forum. How do I get to the subforum?

Scroll down to the Technical & Advanced section, then post your topic in the "Audio, Electronics, OnStar, & SiriusXM" forum (which is exactly where this topic is located).

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Do you have the steering wheel control adapter that goes between your OEM radio harness and your aftermarket harness? Such as the PAC RP4-GM11 or RP5-GM11 or Axxess ASWC-1? Your radio has an input for steering wheel controls, but I doubt can process the signal from GM without some sort of adapter. If you have one of those, then I believe the signal wire it is a light green wire in slot #6 in the green plug at the BCM under the driver side dash. Someone else can confirm. If you do not have any of those I would recommend the RP4 or RP5 which are both plug and play, easy to use and can be picked up relatively cheaply.

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