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JH1973

GM Trucks subwoofer integration harness(with Bose)

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For anybody interested in adding a subwoofer amplifier and sub to their stock Bose system,I build and sell a very reasonable harness.Below is a video about how it works and in the description you'll find pricing options and contact information.Feel free to send me an email with any [email protected]

 

Just an FYI...I'll need to know whether your Bose system has a center console subwoofer or bench seats without a subwoofer.

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Chevy NDT Guy said:

So, you don't have handsfree if you add a subwoofer?

Sounds like you still have handsfree, just have to disable the active noise canceling that to my knowledge is only on the 6.2 trucks.

 

 

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Yes,you still have handsfree.The microphones for OnStar and Bluetooth are completely separate from the noise reduction microphones that run into the ANC module through the Bose amplifier.

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Ahh... Ok, makes sense. '14 doesn't have the ANC I don't believe.  Well sir, I may be contacting you for this.  I just so happen to be in the market for adding a subwoofer. I was in the process of beginning my research.

 

I'll try to get a PM to you here shortly.  I did NOT want to splice any wires. So this is exactly what I'd need.

 

Thanks for the info.

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24 minutes ago, Chevy NDT Guy said:

Ahh... Ok, makes sense. '14 doesn't have the ANC I don't believe.  Well sir, I may be contacting you for this.  I just so happen to be in the market for adding a subwoofer. I was in the process of beginning my research.

 

I'll try to get a PM to you here shortly.  I did NOT want to splice any wires. So this is exactly what I'd need.

 

Thanks for the info.

No problem,shoot me an email when you're [email protected]

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If you have a Non-Bose system in your truck I do make harnesses for the IO5 and IO6 systems.If you don't have your vehicle RPO codes then you'll need to get behind the radio and check the color of the main wire connector entering the unit.If it is the green 16-way then I do have a harness available.If you have the brown 20-way then unfortunately I do not have an available harness at the moment(working on that).

 

Email me at [email protected] for further inquiries.

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I'd also like to mention that with all of my harnesses the standard wire leads for the LOC are about 10-12 inches.I will make those leads as long as you'd like for an additional charge.

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I am now offering these harnesses with an attached Audiocontrol lc2i as an alternative to the PAC-LP7 for an additional $100.00.Wire leads will be attached to the harness and Audiocontrol unit for your convenience,simple plug-n-play

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What's the price on the harness for center console bose

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2 hours ago, Reit38 said:

What's the price on the harness for center console bose

Sent from my SM-G930R4 using Tapatalk
 

$40 for the harness with wire leads(add your own line converter)

$68 for harness with attached PAC-LP7

$140 for harness with attached Audiocontrol lc2i

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