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Have any of you guys tried wiring up an aux input with the factory headunit? I tried a week ago or so to hook into the xm module with some wires an a 3.5mm input thing. There are writeups on youtube how to do it but for some reason mine isn't working. Just wandered if any of you have tried it? Thanks

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Wondering about this to. Having to just use the slow 6cd changer is a bit boring :)

the struggle is real you should've seen cassette tapes and 8-tracks talk about boring finding a song on a 8 track could've taken forever

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Wondering about this to. Having to just use the slow 6cd changer is a bit boring :)

yes, I have a fm transmitter that works alright but the quality isnt quite as good as aux.

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Did you ever get it hooked up and working? I did one on my 2001 vette and it works great. I would like to see what wires I need to do it on the truck.

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Just get a isimple GM655 and be done with it. Bluetooth , USB , aux, mic . It's great

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I did this on my tbss. I haven't looked in to doing it on the SSS yet though. I cant imagine it woupd be a whole lot different.

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I have done it to both my SSS and my Yukon Denali and it works great. I followed the write up and it worked all i do is tune my XM to channel 0 and i start jamming

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I did mine, cut into the green/white and brown/white wites out of the xm module behind the glove box and soldered them to a jack that I put in the top dash pocket beside the lighter socket. It works really well, just make sure to ground it well or you will have issues with it.

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