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2006 Sierra 1500 SLT Bose stereo wiring diagram


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I have a 2006 Sierra 1500 SLT with the Bose stereo with 6 disc CD changer. I’m trying to install a new stereo with a back up camera. The wiring harness adapter I purchased does not work with my wiring. I moved the pins for power and ground but I can not figure out the speaker wiring. Help please 

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Might find it in this:

https://www.gmupfitter.com/files/media/photo/99/2006_LD_CKFullSizeElectrical.pdf 

https://pinoutguide.com/Car-Stereo-GMC-Opel-Chevrolet/GM_2003-2006_UB0_UB1_UC6__pinout.shtml

 

Pin
Number
wire color UQ3/UQ5  UQ7
1 ORN Radio Class 2 Serial Data
3 PPL N/A Rear Seat Audio Enable Signal (UQ7 w/o Y91)
4 RED N/A FM Composite Signal (UQ7 w/ Y91)
8 TAN Left Front Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5)  Left Front Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
9 GRY or DK GRN Left Front Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5) Left Front Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
10 LT BLU or BLK Right Rear Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5) Right Rear Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
11 DK BLU Right Rear Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5) Right Rear Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
12 BLK/WHT Ground
B1 ORN Battery Positive Voltage
B3 PNK or DK GRN   Radio On Signal (UQ7 w/o Y91) or 
Antenna Enable Signal (UQ7 w/ Y91)
B4 BRN/WHT Instrument Panel Lamps Dimming Control (w Y91)
B5 BLK Ground (w/ Y91)
B6 GRY/BLK   Radio Mute (UQ7 w/o Y91)
B8 BRN Left Rear Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5) Left Rear Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
B9 YEL or DK GRN/ WHT Left Rear Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5) Left Rear Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
B10 DK GRN or ORN/BLK Right Front Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5) Right Front Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
B11 LT GRN Right Front Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5) Right Front Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
Edited by Aaaaaaaayush
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The pin out chart does not seem to match what I have. Thank you for your help. Can anyone point me in the right direction for an interface that may work for installing an aftermarket stereo? I have steering wheel controls but no onstar. I don’t really care if I lose the steering wheel controls. I just want a better head unit. Thanks  in advance for any help 

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