stereo install question?

Discussion in 'Interior' started by WyoDenali, Jun 17, 2014.

  1. WyoDenali

    WyoDenali Member

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    I am looking to replace the bose system in my 04 Denali. I plan on replacing it all, head unit, speakers, etc. Adding separates, amps, subs, changer. running new wiring to the speakers.

    The question is: I have seen the wiring harness for the GMC trucks that retain the door warning chime. Which goes through the factory speakers. With replacing and rewiring the speakers. Will this module even work? Am I going to loose my warning chimes. I know I will loose the on star but I don't use it anyway.

    Tim
     
  2. Alwaysntrouble

    Alwaysntrouble New Member

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    The module from PAC works.
     
  3. 2003tahoe

    2003tahoe Well-Known Member

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    I like my kenwood and infinity kappa speakers later on ill try the 6.5 kicker cvts in all 4 doors ill let yall know how it goes
     
  4. Alwaysntrouble

    Alwaysntrouble New Member

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    The PAC module allows you to retain the door chimes and on-star. I used in my '03 w/bose. Then I swapped out for a pioneer and Infinity Kappas. The Infinity's are extremely nice!!!
     
  5. 2003tahoe

    2003tahoe Well-Known Member

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    good thing with the pac you can lower the dinging all the way to almost off and a cop pulled me over noticed that and asked how and i did it to his silverado and i got out of a ticket.
    Thank you Pac module
     
  6. Brett lee

    Brett lee Member

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    The quality of the music that you will be playing matters a lot and so does the speakers!!