Customer Ratings & Reviews



5 star
83%
4 star
0%
3 star
0%
2 star
17%
1 star
0%



Durability
4.2
Value
4.2
Features
4
Design
4.2
Usability
4.7

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A must for 2005 equinox

If u want everything to work right u need this harness. It pretty simple and u can adjust the safety chime sound. There is 2 red wires, it doesn't tell you about in the instructions u can use either one, one is for I believe the steering wheel control module I used the outer one for the stereo.

By cosmo18603 on May 8, 2015

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works good

Very easy to install and with no hassle's plugged right in factory connections and works great!

By james on January 19, 2015

15

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Highly Recommended AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA++++++++++

Needed this part for a b*st b*y auto stereo installation. B*st b*y was offering this product for a lot more then here. Product was sent quickly after ordering.

By David on September 11, 2011

15

found this helpful.

works great

a bit pricey, but apparently you need this when you upgrade your factory head unit. this was very easy to install just plug in and wire up. the wires that dont plug wire straight to the head unit. i believe you are able to change the volume on the door chime which is awesome i highly recommend. value gets 3 stars too expensive for what it actually does.

By justin on May 29, 2015 checkmarkIcon Verified purchase

12

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GMOS-07

Fantastic product. Works great in my Chevy Equinox. I have been using it with a JBL in dash dvd. It retains all my factory warning chimes and everything works like factory.

By Ananth on October 21, 2012

12

found this helpful.

Very cheap quality

This wiring harness looks and feels cheap. Once it was installed, there is a volume control for the 'ding' you hear when you initially start your car, this volume control essentially gives you the option of a loud ding or a very loud ding (loud enough to hear it outside of the car with the windows closed). Not to mention that the ding that Axxess chose is pretty annoying. It did do the job in getting the radio to work alongside the Onstar. You do however lose the ability to use your steering wheel radio controls. To avoid the loud annoying ding, either fasten your seatbelt before you start your car, or turn off the radio.

By Roy Hobbs on May 10, 2011

12

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