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OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

Is it possible to keep onstar controls? Like the turn by turn navigation seatbelt warnings and steering when controls.

I'm about to purchase this head unit


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Is it possible to keep onstar controls? Like the turn by turn navigation seatbelt warnings and steering when controls.

I'm about to purchase this head unit


http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...H-P8400BH.html
Yes.

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Re: OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

So the navigation will show on the screen?

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So the navigation will show on the screen?
Very doubtful, but the voice prompts should remain:

Retains OnStar® system functionality when the factory radio is replaced in an 11-bit GMLAN vehicle. Generates all safety warning chimes and audible turn signal indicators.

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Re: OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

Ah ok. I see. Thank you sir!

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Re: OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

Yep that's exactly what you need. I have my metra harness combined with an ASWC module so I have factory steering wheel controls on my Pioneer navi.

I use the GMOS-LAN-04 - it costs around 100$ on amazon/sonicelectronix.

The ASWC is around 45 on amazon for steering wheel controls and the antenna adapter - the 40-CR10 from metra or CRAB from scosche is around $5

combine all that and the dash kit for a double din : the 95-3302 from metra and you're all set.

Let me know if you need any help.. Great choice with the pioneer by the way

EDIT: programming the steering wheel controls was not fun on these cars because you have to hold the volume up button, which kicks on onstar and turns off the radio, so I ran a constant 12v to the ASWc and radios 12v switch until i programmed it and then rmeoved the 12v constant after
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Re: OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

Thanks I will let you know when I need help lol.
And does the navigation pop up on screen?

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Re: OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

you need a interface, gmos-lan-03.
it'll take around $100. I have a spare one. Just used for a few days because i don't like the after market radio, then switch back to oem radio.
I can sell it to you for 60$ if you want.
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Re: OnStar controls for aftermarket radio??

Is that for it to pop up on the aftermarket unit?

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Is that for it to pop up on the aftermarket unit?
No there's no unit to do that unfortunately
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