2007-2013 Gm 25795362 Rear Wireless Tv Dvd Headphones Head Set & Remote New! on 2040-parts.com
Winter Haven, Florida, United States
This is a new old stock Genuine GM part #25795362 IR headphone and remote package. Part numbers 88892922, 15185391, 25795364, 20830571 and 20830572 are all compatible. It fits many GM vehicles. It is recommended that you email the last 8 digits of the Vehicle Identification Number to make sure connection can be made prior to purchasing. Quick start Guide operation manual comes with package.
Headsets and remote are new
Included: set of 2 headsets with remote
Chevrolet Suburban, GMC Yukon, Cadillac Escalade, Uplander, Tahoe, Acadia, Buick Enclave, Pontiac Montana, Terraza, Saturn Relay, Equinox, Silverado, Outlook, Traverse, Denali, & MORE!
· Original GM Factory Parts
· Adjustable for Optimal Comfort and Fit
· Battery Saving Automatic off Feature
· Power on/off Button
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