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PAC GMRVD2 Rear Video Retention Cable

Retain the GM Rear Seat Entertainment system when you install a new car stereo in select 2012-up General Motors vehicles

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This GMRVD2 adapter cable from PAC lets you continue to use the factory-installed rear-seat LCD screen in select...

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About the PAC GMRVD2 Rear Video Retention Cable

Keep your rear seat entertainment system

This GMRVD2 adapter cable from PAC lets you continue to use the factory-installed rear-seat LCD screen in select 2012-up General Motors vehicles when you replace the factory radio with an aftermarket DVD receiver. You can also use the adapter to add new back-seat screens to the factory entertainment system in these vehicles, so everybody gets their own screen. Warranty: 1 year.

Keep your rear seat entertainment system

This GMRVD2 adapter cable from PAC lets you continue to use the factory-installed rear-seat LCD screen in select 2012-up General Motors vehicles when you replace the factory radio with an aftermarket DVD receiver. You can also use the adapter to add new back-seat screens to the factory entertainment system in these vehicles, so everybody gets their own screen. Warranty: 1 year.

Important note: This adapter must be used in conjunction with the RP4-GM32 or  RP5-GM32 adapter that's required to install a new stereo in your GM vehicle. 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.

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What's in the box:

  • 32" Audio/Video retention cable (for GM-LAN)
  • Instruction sheet
MFR #GMRVD2

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Overview: The PAC GMRVD2 provides an audio/video signal output from a factory radio to an aftermarket monitor in select GM vehicles. Also for use with many of PAC's GM radio replacement interfaces (sold separately) to replace a factory radio and retain the overhead Panasonic LCD monitor and IR system

  • Adding Aftermarket Monitors: The GMRVD2 allows aftermarket monitors and IR headphones to be connected to the factory entertainment system. The GMRVD2 connects behind the factory radio.
  • Factory Overhead LCD Retention: The GMRVD2 can also be used when the GM factory radio is replaced in order to route the audio/video signals of the new aftermarket head unit to the OEM overhead LCD and IR headphones. The audio/video inputs located in the rear of the center console are also terminated as RCA jacks behind the radio at this connector.

Note: Please consult the Crutchfield Car Selector for your vehicle's compatibility.

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Needed it [ Robert  Aug 29, 2016 ]

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I am wanting to use my stock head unit in my 2016 Tahoe LTZ and want to add 4 headrest monitors to play the movies for the rear passengers. What is the best way to go about it. can I use this Adapter and split the signal 4 ways? can I daisy chain the adapter to run the four monitors?
[ Scotty  Feb 06, 2017 ]
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You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you.
[ Kenny  Feb 06, 2017 ]  Staff

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