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Old 04-19-2007, 01:20 AM   #11
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Disregard my previous post about the PAC Audio products. They seem to complicated and I'm unsure if it will retain RAP and interface with the Class 2 Data Bus.

These are the products we use at my shop, without any problems.
Use this instead:

Also this is a quote from the Application guide:
"These vehicles have a "Premium Bose®" amp that only accepts 2 channel audio inputs. OnStar® volume can be controlled via the steering wheel audio controls. The GMAHCM chime module is not required when using the BOSE® amplifier.
If you are not using the BOSE® amplifier, then the GMAH24 and GMAHCM interfaces are required. The aftermarket radio will not fade, however it will still continue to balance."

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Old 04-19-2007, 03:05 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by BlackIce
...The Monsoon amps I KNOW are databus controlled, so until somebody makes an interface specifically for it, its a complete rewire job.
Actually, BlackIce the Monsoon (at least in my '04) is not data bus controlled. When I installed my Delphi nav system, I used the 'Radio On Signal' from the nav unit to turn on the amplifier via the '14 Volt Ref' circuit (pin A3 on the Bonneville Dock-N-Lock). There is no Class 2 signal to these amplifiers. I'm pretty sure mine is Monsoon becuase that'* what'* painted on the case and that'* what my original HU indicated on power-up.

Looking through the FSM'* for all 2000+ Bonnevilles with the 'Uplevel' radio, it seems that '00 - '01 had the Bose (RPO U80) but '02 and on had the Premium Monsoon (RPO UZ. In either case, there is no data bus control to the amplifiers
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