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Old 02-19-2008, 10:45 AM   #71
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The Harness is sent out..
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Old 02-21-2008, 12:09 AM   #72
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We took ours back and the store owner said it was customer error is why it didn't work. Even after saying we used a volt meter to test it, he still blamed our installation.
Having read your posts, I certainly had the impression that you weren't new to this type of work, only that you perhaps hadn't worked with these specific cars/modules before.

This is true. I have had 6 cars that have all had different wiring harness and worked sucessfully. The Bonneville is the only car we have ever had problems with. I even went to Best Buy today to ask about installing a Remote Starter and DANG IT, this car is so much trouble. LOL, I have to get a spare key so that we can have another MODULE to get around the security. Everything I want in this car is a pain. But, I am not giving up.

Anyways, I just wanted to say Thank you DDalder for believing that I have some knowledge of car stereos.
That'* because that Best Buy isn't using the new bypass module'*. No key, and tell them to use the XK01 bypass module for your car. It will control the locks, trunk pop, door triggers (for an alarm), PK3 bypass, etc....

And if they refuse to use it, come to me and I will do it. The 00+ Bonne'* with the proper module'* is less than a 1.5 hour job.
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Old 02-21-2008, 12:10 AM   #73
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We took ours back and the store owner said it was customer error is why it didn't work. Even after saying we used a volt meter to test it, he still blamed our installation.
Having read your posts, I certainly had the impression that you weren't new to this type of work, only that you perhaps hadn't worked with these specific cars/modules before.

This is true. I have had 6 cars that have all had different wiring harness and worked sucessfully. The Bonneville is the only car we have ever had problems with. I even went to Best Buy today to ask about installing a Remote Starter and DANG IT, this car is so much trouble. LOL, I have to get a spare key so that we can have another MODULE to get around the security. Everything I want in this car is a pain. But, I am not giving up.

Anyways, I just wanted to say Thank you DDalder for believing that I have some knowledge of car stereos.
That'* because that Best Buy isn't using the new bypass module'*. No key, and tell them to use the XK01 bypass module for your car. It will control the locks, trunk pop, door triggers (for an alarm), PK3 bypass, etc....

And if they refuse to use it, come to me and I will do it. The 00+ Bonne'* with the proper module'* is less than a 1.5 hour job.
XK01'* are finiky tho, at best... we've yet to have one work for us on any new GM
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i am haveing the exaact same problum and i cant figure it out... i have a 02 ssei and i just bought an afermarket h/u and i have the gmos-09 i have power to the head unit but no sound i have the rca cables pluged into my new h/u and everything please help if you could send pictures of your wire connections it would be greatley appreciated
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I know this is an old thread, but we were having the exact same problem in our shop and I wanted to pass along the solution in case anyone else has issues. What it turned out for us anyway as that the pins of the dock connector in the car were contaminated. Not sure if that was caused by the gmos-09 but it seems that the oem radio doesn't dock as "deep" causing the gmos to ride in an area that had poor conections. Cleaning the connector with a non metalic brush and contact cleaner solved the issue.
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