I have a Saturn Vue 2008, and the PAC audio adapter and Steering Wheel controls worked very well to install this and my other radio. For my particular car, however, I was not able to retain factory XM radio functionality. The PAC provides 2 audio RCA plugs (L/R) for the XM, but I am unable to change the stations, so it just stays on the preview station for XM. I docked one feature point for that.
The Onstar remains functional with this, just a simple mute wire going to whatever head unit you use.
No splicing of factory wires. The turn signal chime on my Vue was occasionally not making sounds, but with this, the chime never failed. And, if you donít want alarm chimes, you can choose not to attach the chime unit.
Iíd also recommend buying the PAC Steering Wheel adapter and not mixing with Axxess since this product has the exact plug to use with a PAC adapter so you donít have to splice additional wires. I tried with two radios, two different steering wheel adapters, and both worked well for their part.
Iím back on the market for a different radio because I wasnít impressed with features of currently available models, but Iím definitely keeping the PAC adapter for whatever I decide to use.
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