About the Metra GMRSAV-2 Factory Integration Adapter
If you plan to install a new radio with navigation in your 2012-up GM truck or SUV and you want to retain the factory Rear Seat Entertainment system (RSE), Metra's GMRSAV-2 adapter can help. This cable sends audio and video from the aftermarket radio to the overhead screen in your entertainment system. If you connect a secondary A/V source to the inputs on the rear seat control panel, it will route that signal to your new radio too.The GMRSAV-2 is designed to work with overhead monitors without the built-in DVD player. Warranty: 1 year.
What's in the box:
Metra GMRSAV-2 Factory Integration Adapter owner's manual
- 12" RSE retention harness
- Installation Instructions
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RSE Retention Harness: The Metra GMRSAV is an RSE retention harness designed to retain the rear seat entertainment system in select GM vehicles with factory navigation. The GMRSAV provides an audio/video input to the factory overhead video screen from your new aftermarket radio, and provides the audio/video output from the rear seat control panel to the aftermarket head unit.
Vehicle Compatibility: The Metra GMRSAV RSE retention harness is designed specifically for the following 2012-2014 GM vehicles with factory navigation (as of 8/27/14).
Note: Third row monitor retention is not be possible in select GM vehicles (including 2012-2014 Yukon XL Denali and Chevy Surburban models).
Connectivity: The GMRSAV RSE retention harness features a 16-pin connector which plugs into the factory connector behind your aftermarket stereo. There are also composite video/stereo RCA connectors labeled "To DVD" and "From DVD. The composite video/stereo RCA connectors labeled "To DVD" plug into your aftermarket head unit's rear-panel AV input. The composite video/stereo RCA connectors labeled "From DVD" plug into your aftermarket head unit's rear-panel AV output. There is also a black wire that will need to be grounded to the vehicle.
1 question already asked
Did what it is supposed to do.
Robert AD from Greeley, CO