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I have a pioneer xm unit with a PIE adapter that interfaces with your OEM stereo system. It works fairly well but not quite as nice as the original GM unit. The price is quite a bit better however. It includes the antenna and everything you need to listen to xm except the subscription.

I am asking $125 shipped.
 

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Hey Tony,

Explain this system to me. Do you have any pictures?

Wish I knew about this last week....... We could have made a trade...
 

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You have an antenna on your roof. A Pioneer XM tuner under your cupholders then there is an interface that connects it to your radio. You will then have another option when you scroll through your band button it will go AM, FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2. XM will play when on the xm band. It will display the song title etc. The only thing it doesn't do that the OEM one does is it won't switch between presets with the prog button on your steering wheel control. In other words you need to press 1,2,3 etc on the radio itself. Other then that it works pretty slick.

I might have pics somewhere but it is now removed out of my truck.
 

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Yes it will work. I think all the radios are xm ready. Which radio do you have?
 

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I am pretty sure it's sold. Let me confirm and I'll PM you if it's not.
 
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