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1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Silverado Aux In Adapter Freecom Wireless Pdaux3w on

US $129.08

Chicago, Illinois, US

Chicago, Illinois, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:freecom wireless Manufacturer Part Number:pdaux3w Placement on Vehicle:Front Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:Canada

freecom wireless PdAuX3W Auxiliary Audio Input Adapter with USB Port for Charging
Take advantage of this limited time promotional offer, list price is $229!!

A must have for 1998-02 Chevy Silverado and Chevrolet S10
Interface portable GPS, XM Satellite / Sirius Sat Radio, MP3, iPod to factory stereo! 
PdAuX3W Product BriefPdAuX3W Installation Guide

Genuine Product Features:
- Allows you to interface portable audio devices to OEM Delco Bose or Monsoon entertainment system
- Selection of audio source from head unit, does not require disconnection of OEM remote CD/cassette or CD changer 
- Accessory switched USB port provides power to cycle and charge handheld devices including
 Garmin & TomTom GPS, laptop notebook PC, some iPod, Android & Blackberry tablet smartphone
- Provides electrical isolation, surge & overload protection for portable devices
- Front console installation, supports vehicles with or without CD shuttle pre-wiring
- Integrated audio cable facilitates various portable device mounting locations
- Ready to plug in connectors, no modification to vehicle required for a clean installation
- Fully covered under manufacturer's warranty against defects for one full year

Manufactured in North America with quality SWISS components. Fast and secure worldwide shipping.

Supports 1998-02 Chevy Silverado and Chevrolet S10 factory radios with [CD/AUX] or [TAPE/AUX] button only.

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