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A member from another board is interested in my head unit, but he is unsure if it will fit. He has a '05 2500HD that came with a non-Bose CD player. He has XM radio, but no steering wheel controls. My truck came with everything: Steering wheel controls, rear audio controls, XM radio, OnStar, etc. Please say that it does so I can sell it already. :) Thanks.
 

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yes it'll work. The only difference between Bose and non-Bose radios is the programming in them.
 

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it means that if I own a premium bose CD/cassette, I can swap it for MP3 player from Colorado non bose without any problem ?
 

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JoBadluck;1604235; said:
it means that if I own a premium bose CD/cassette, I can swap it for MP3 player from Colorado non bose without any problem ?
I do not know if it will work. I do know that TIS programming has a selection for "MP3 radio" when I searched this very thing using a Silverado VIN. Trouble is, when I selected MP3, it was a dead end. Maybe GM is working on new programming to allow that swap.
 

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hmmm. what do you think thebac...is mp3 and lux capability in our future?
 

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Dunno. I can honestly say that I know next to nothing about MP3s. Sorry.
 
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