About the PAC LPHGM71 LocPro Advanced T-Harness
Upgrade your GM-built radio
Upgrade your GM-built radio
Adding an aftermarket amplifier will beef up the sound of any audio system, even when you can't replace the factory radio. PAC's LPHGM71 LocPro Advanced T-harness makes amplifier installation a lot easier by giving you access to the speaker-level output signals from your GM-built factory radio. You can use this T-harness to connect to an amplifier or signal processor with speaker-level inputs, or to a line output converter with an amp.
Provides signal for your system
PAC designed this vehicle-specific T-harness to work with their LPA LocPro Advanced line output converters, but it'll also work with almost any sound processor or line output converter, as well as most amplifiers with high-level inputs. The harness also supplies the connection wires for low-power constant 12 volts (fused for your protection), accessory power, ground, and remote turn-on leads for a system device like an active signal processor.
Note: The power and ground wires in this harness will only support a low-current accessory, like an active line output converter or digital signal processor, and should not be used to power an amplifier.
How it works
First, you unplug the radio and install the T-harness. Two T-harness plugs go into the radio, the others snap into the plugs you just took out. You're then left with the radio still completely connected to your vehicle, with the addition of a pigtail of wires to use for adding an amp.
It comes wired for adding a sub
The T-harness pigtail includes four speaker-level channels, eight wires, that you can use for the sub amp's inputs. The amplifier will have to get its power and ground connections separately. The factory radio will still run all the speakers.
For powering a system, you'll need to do some rewiring
You can use all four of the T-harness's speaker-level channels for your aftermarket system's inputs. PAC has made provisions in this harness for sending your aftermarket amplifier's outputs back through the factory wiring and on to the speakers. The appropriate wire bundle has clearly marked labels showing you which wires to disconnect and where, and which wires you'll need to connect to your aftermarket amplifier's outputs.
PAC's LPHEXT17 Speaker Harness Extension adds 17 feet to the reach of this T-harness, giving you more options for where you can install a line output converter and amplifier in your vehicle.
- T-harness for adding an amp to a non-amplified system
- fits select 2019-up GM-built vehicles
- 4 channels of speaker-level signals from factory radio
- low-power 12-volt, ground, accessory, and remote turn-on connections
- in-line fuse on 12V power wire
- remote turn-on signal output with butt connector
- works with PAC LocPro Advanced line output converters, and most amps and sound processors with speaker-level inputs
- warranty: 1 year
- MFR # LPHGM71
What's in the box:
- 8" Main wiring harness
- LPH-GM71 V4-A Harness (front signal from amp)
- LPH-GM71 V4-B Harness (rear signal from amp)
- LPH-GM71 V4-C Harness (front signal to amp)
- LPH-GM71 V4-D Harness (rear signal to amp)
- LPH-GM71 V4-E Harness (sub signal to amp T-harness)
- LPH-GM71 V4-F Harness (power extension)
- Instruction guide
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More details on the PAC LPHGM71 LocPro Advanced T-Harness
Overview: The LPHGM71 T-Harness is designed to simplify adding one of PAC's LOCPRO line output converters to your factory radio, but can also be used when adding select models of other line output converters, audio processors, and amplifiers with speaker level inputs. The harness keeps you from having to cut or modify your vehicle's original wiring, providing a direct connection at the back of the factory radio. (You will hardwire the harness to the LOC, audio processor, or amp you install.) Please enter your vehicle information to confirm compatibility.
Vehicle Compatibility: The LPHGM71 harness is compatible with factory radio systems without an outboard amplifier in select 2019 and newer General Motors vehicles.
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