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GMC Chevy Truck 1995-2005 CD iPod Aux Input Radio with 90 Day Warranty


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1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 - Various GM Trucks and Van - This radio is remanufactured AM FM CD GM Code UNO as used in Chevrolet and GMC Trucks from 1995-2005. - Part Number: 15071233 (compatible with many other numbers, you may receive a different number.) - The radio has been upgraded by us with Aux Input on a 2 foot cable for use with iPod, iPad, iPhone, Android, mp3 Players, SiriusXM Satellite Radio and more! The cable can be mounted or placed in a convenient location of your choice! It is a direct link to the radio's amplifier so there is no loss of frequency response and no annoying snap, crackle and pop you get with FM Modulators. Hear your audio device through all the speakers nice and clean! To operate the Aux Input, simply plug your device in and the radio will automatically detect the input and change to that source. You can even use the Bass, Treble, Fader and Balance on your radio! This radio is fully rebuilt including all of the miserable little light bulbs in the face. All features are 100%! Appearance is very good as pictured. Function is perfect. This radio will NOT require dealer turn on it is plug and play. Please contact seller with fitment or function questions.
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  1. perfect solution for my older truck 5

    Posted by Tom on 3rd Apr 2019

    I bought this for my 1996 C2500 Silverado. Every time I look at prices for new or even newer used trucks I cringe. The old AM/FM cassette while functional just wasn’t what I needed for driving between upstate New York and central Florida several times per year. A local shop quoted me between $500 & $1000 for an AM/FM CD stereo with aux input (for my satellite radio). The radio from was a perfect solution. Because it was a factory option, installation could not be simpler. The most difficult part was disconnecting the harness from the original unit (I used a flathead screwdriver to pry it off). Literally a five minute install. The radio functions flawlessly and the satellite radio sounds much better now that I don’t have to use a cassette adapter. I can actually enjoy the music over the noise of the diesel engine! I highly recommend 1factoryradio, you won’t be disappointed.