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Bluetooth Onstar Vcim Module 07+ Gm Yukon Tahoe Escalade Silverado Handsfree on 2040-parts.com

US $219.99
Location:

Paragould, Arkansas, United States

Paragould, Arkansas, United States
Condition:Used Brand:GM Warranty:No Warranty

This is a hard to find Bluetooth Onstar Vcim module. The Bluetooth hands free works great and includes the antenna as seen in the pictures. I tested this in my 2007 Silverado.   This module does have the remote link feature. With the remote link app you can start, stop, lock and unlock the doors from your smart phone. This will work on many 07+ GM vehicles like SILVERADO, SIERRA, YUKON, TAHOE, ESCALADE, SUBURBAN, AVALANCHE, ACADIA, ENCLAVE and TRAVERSE and may work in others. This module and antenna is all you will need in the 2007 2008 2009 2010 vehicles listed above to have working Bluetooth Handsfree and the remote link feature. This is plug and play to add Bluetooth. All of my modules are tested for Bluetooth functionally. After it's installed push the blue onstar button on the mirror and ask for a 3 month free trial and you then can use the remote link feature. Onstar must be active for using Remotelink, however Bluetooth will work regardless.  Replacing your Onstar module does not allow wireless streaming for music.  May be a stock photo.  No returns on electrical items.  I ship and respond fast!!  Any questions please ask.

* All of my modules are tested.  Check my other items listed.*

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