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General Motors Bluetooth® Wiring Harness

Integrates Bluetooth cell phone kits with factory stereos in select vehicles, 1985-up

8 Reviews | 2 questions - 3 answers

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General Motors Bluetooth® Wiring Harness

Overview

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 Add Bluetooth® to your vehicle

 Add Bluetooth® to your vehicle

This harness works with a Parrot hands-free Bluetooth kit to connect your compatible phone to your car's factory stereo system. Find the correct harness for your vehicle, then pick one of these Parrot kits: Parrot MKi9200, Parrot MKi9100, Parrot CK3100, or Parrot CK3000. You're on your way to enjoying hands-free calling in your car.

Remove the plug from the back of your factory radio. The General Motors Bluetooth Wiring T-harness plugs into that factory plug, then provides a connection to your factory radio and the Bluetooth kit. Reinstall the factory radio and mount the Bluetooth kit, and you're ready to go. When your cell phone rings, your radio or CD player is muted automatically, and the sound from your phone comes through your front speakers. Warranty: 1 year.

Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this model is compatible with your vehicle.

With this harness, I was able to quickly and easily add the Parrot Bluetooth kit to my truck's factory radio. This allows me to have hands-free calling while still having the look of my factory radio.

Bradley M, Brentwood, TN

What's in the Box:

  • 18" Bluetooth harness
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General Motors Bluetooth® Wiring Harness Reviews

Average Customer Review:

8 Reviews

Connects Bluetooth adapter to factory radio

Written by: Bradley M from Brentwood, TN on April 26, 2016

1999 GMC Sierra Classic
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

With this harness, I was able to quickly and easily add the Parrot Bluetooth kit to my truck's factory radio. This allows me to have hands-free calling while still having the look of my factory radio.

Pros: Quick installation Easy to install

Cons: Adds wiring behind radio

Couldn't be easier!

Written by: Larry D from Tiskilwa, Il on April 2, 2016

1999 Pontiac Montana

Seriously, couldn't be easier! Just unhook the plug from the back of the radio, plug into this harness, plug the harness into your Parrot and plug the other end of the harness to the radio. The plugs are oriented so that you can't plug them in wrong and not a single wire to splice. I spent a lot of hours when I was younger tracing wires and splicing them together. All of that time and effort could have been saved for a few dollars on one of these harnesses. I definitely recommend to anyone!

Pros: Plug and play. No splicing or soldering!

Cons: None.

plug-and-play simple

Written by: Wwebchief from North Carolina on September 13, 2015

1999 Chevrolet Suburban
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Made hooking up my MKI parrot Bluetooth device a breeze. Crutchfield rocks

Pros: simple plug-and-play installation. no problems whatsoever

Cons: Zero cons

Great for plug and play

Written by: JJ from Arizona on October 16, 2014

1998 Chevrolet Tahoe
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Nice product works as described

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GM Wiring Harnes

Written by: Tyler from Idaho on December 8, 2012

1999 Chevrolet Tahoe
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Absolute life saver!!!!!!

Pros: Saved a days worth of wireing to add a Parrot 9200 system installed using a factory radio

Cons: Lots of extra wire in a small space

Works Great!

Written by: Anonymous from Pittsburgh, PA on March 3, 2012

1998 Chevrolet K Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I have a '98 Chevy Pickup with an after-market stereo and I was still able to use this with a Parrot blue-tooth device, no problem. Once you see how simple this is to hook-up, you'll realize it's worth every penny.

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Wiring harness for my 1990 Cadalliac Deville

Written by: Larry from Beverly Hills, CA on July 18, 2008

1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
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The wiring harness that comes with the Parrott 3200LS does not work on my mint condition 1990 Caddy. I ordered the harness from Crutchfield which arrived promptly which I installed and was working perfectly in less than an hour. Thanks Crutchfield!! LBS

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Parrot 3200 with GM wiring harness

Written by: James from Southern California on August 31, 2007

2001 GMC Sonoma
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed the Parrot 3200 with the GM wiring harness in my 2001 GMC Sonoma, a perfect fit, perfect install. It was far easier than installing the Parrot 3200 in my 1999 Olds Bravada using pigtail connectors. (I had to cut and solder about 30 wires.) Both units work great, paired with a Verizon Treo 700 and a Nokia 3102i. I would highly recommend the Parrot 3200 for simple, effective handsfree bluetooth cellphone use in any vehicle. Buy a connecting harness if possible. It greatly reduces the installation time and complexity.

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Features

Overview: This adapter harness allows you to install a compatible Parrot Handsfree Bluetooth cellular kit into select GM vehicles. One end of the adapter has a light gray/black rectangular 20-pin female connector and the other end of the adapter has the following connectors: black/blue rectangular 20-pin male connector, black rectangular 16-pin male connector (has two separate 8-pin connectors), and black rectangular 16-pin female connector (has two separate 8-pin connectors). The black 16-pin connectors plug into the Parrot harnesses, while the light gray/black and black/blue connectors interface with the vehicle's factory wiring.

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Because I couldn't find an aftermarket stereo with high quality output that was better than my stock Pontiac headunit. I also wanted to keep full functionality of my HUD and steering wheel controls. [ Joseph  Feb 18, 2016 ]

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For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Krissy  Sep 05, 2014 ]  Staff
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