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Old 07-03-2010, 12:27 PM   #11
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which brown wire? in my picture? you mean the orange one?


theres a brown wire to cut but that is to adjust the volume for the chimes
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I did cut the brown loop, but I never did tape it up since it didn't work anyway. I returned the unit, but the website gave me store credit instead of a refund and another GMOS-09 has been out of stock ever since. I'm going to got with the PAC C2R-GM32R and see how it works. I think I would have liked the GMOS-09 better, but I'm tied of waiting.

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Finally got the head unit installed today. The steering wheel remote gave me some fits on programming, and the Scosche GM1583B head unit mount needs some minor modifications for a perfect fit, but it works for now and I'll adjust the mount soon. I cut the wire that Sam pointed out and it'* working great. The only problem I have is that it'* too loud, there isn't a gain adjustment for the monsoon amp, so I may have to change the amp sooner than I expected.

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This thread got me curious...

I used a similar module during my install, but I believe mine is made by PAC. Sometimes when I open the door with the key out, the module will not kill the remote signal and I will have to turn the car back to ACC and off again to kill it. I have also heard of other cars with the same module doing the same thing every once in a while.

Have you guys using the Axxess module ever run into this?
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Brent, sorry im confused, which harness did you end up using? PAC or Metra?
if PAC theres not much you can do i think, but if you're running the Metra theres a little screw on the side that you can use to adjust how loud you want it, just turn it down a bit and it will be fine, i had the same problem.

Tom, i dont have that problem, only problem i have with mine is sometimes after removing the key with the door opened, the chimes (key left in ignition with door open chimes) dont stop until i put they key in and then remove it, no turning required. other than that the GMOS is perfect
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