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I need to add and auxillary input to my 2003 chevrolet silverardo bose radio. how can i wire one in?

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THE GM12-AUXV2 by P.I.E. will work for you.
It plugs into the factory radio changer port.
With this device installed, you will have created an auxiliary audio input to your factory radio, which will allow you to plug in any external audio source, like a portable MP3 player, satellite tuner, DVD player, or iPod, and play the audio from that external audio device directly through your factory radio. This is a direct connect device and NOT an FM Modulator. An FM modulator requires you to tune to an FM radio station in order to listen to the audio from the external audio device. While this is a direct connect interface, it is only an audio connection and does not allow you to control the external audio device that is connected to it.

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