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Old 03-01-2009, 03:35 PM   #21
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*** Wront part number ***

Sorry, I posted the wrong part number for the XM receiver coax cable. It is NOT 89047299, it is P/N 25773453. My apologies for the error.

The part number I posted is a valid number but it'* one of the OnStar cables.

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Thanks a million for all of the pic'* and all the great information. This is going to happen.if you could work me up a price on that harness it would be great. I have been wanting to do this every since I bought the car 8 months ago. Many Thanks, Tim
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Thanks a million for all of the pic'* and all the great information. This is going to happen.if you could work me up a price on that harness it would be great. I have been wanting to do this every since I bought the car 8 months ago. Many Thanks, Tim
Did you want one to support the CDX as well or just XM?
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OOOOoooooh DARCY!!!! LOL We have the N* section in Tech Info up. (Just in case you didnt notice) All contributions of skilled writeups are graciously accepted. You can post them minus comment in gearheads and I can tranfer if you get the volition to do some. It would be alot easier for you since you know where they all are. You have contributed a plethra of good info and Mods here. I would really like to preserve in one place. Please.
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I'll figure out how much this will be and PM you. It may take a day or two because the next couple are going to be crazy busy with work.

I just re-read one of your messages. Just to clarify, were you considering the navigation radio or did you want to stick with the one you have? Right now on eBay these are going for roughly $400 - $600. If you wanted to install one of these, you would also require an additional antenna (the navigation radio has one of its own that mounts under the dash pad), an additional wiring harness to interface the navigation radio with the Bonneville connector, a navigation DVD and a couple of adapters for the AM/FM antenna. You will also need to muster lots of patience because there'* very little room to work in the dash.

The navigation head units are kind of neat because as long as you get an OEM version it knows what type of vehicle you drive. It will read the VIN from the class 2 data bus. This is how it knows whether to show a Cadillac, Chevy or in this case Pontiac splash screen, etc. There is an "aftermarket" version that was released by Delphi. These also work (this is what was in my original post). The difference is the symbols for volume and tuning are different, the word "Delphi" is printed above the CD/DVD slot and the splash screen will never say anything but "DELPHI". Otherwise, they seem to be functionally identical.

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OOOOoooooh DARCY!!!! LOL We have the N* section in Tech Info up. (Just in case you didnt notice) All contributions of skilled writeups are graciously accepted. You can post them minus comment in gearheads and I can tranfer if you get the volition to do some. It would be alot easier for you since you know where they all are. You have contributed a plethra of good info and Mods here. I would really like to preserve in one place. Please.
I'm actually looking at re-writing almost all my mods in a form that is better for this type of post. I've also got a few new ones I'm going to throw together. I just can't give a definite time frame due to some upcoming work commitments. You should definitely see some start to appear though
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I'm going to just hook up the XM for now and probably do the navigation this spring or summer. I definaty want to put in the Navigation, No big rush whenever you have time. Thanks Tim
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Any appreciated Darcy and throw in Gearhead when you can.
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I'd love a copy if it'* not too much trouble.
There are two "rivets" or something in the middle of the dash over the gauges on my '01 SSEi. I can't figure those bad boys out. It looks something like the cheap wall anchors that you use to hang a picture. Seems like an insert that goes in and then you drive a plastic pin through a hole in the center to make the thing expand. I have no idea how to retract the pin and get the thing out.
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