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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Aftermarket Radio instalation

Hi, Every one, I have a 2006 Pontiac G6 GT, and I am replacing the factory head unit, i put in the wiring to get the radio to power on, i noticed after connecting everything, their is still a connection thats not connected which I do not know where it goes.
The picture shows that the blue color is for the radio inputs, but what is the dark color one for, PLEASE HELP!!!!!
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The smaller connector is for the Driver Information Center that was displayed on your original factory audio unit. This gave you driver alerts (door ajar, etc.), trip meters, oil change info, customized settings like unlocking the doors when you shift to Park and horn chirps for remote lock/unlock. Leaving this disconnected probably won't affect drivability, but you better be happy with your current setting because you won't be able to change them.
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The smaller connector is for the Driver Information Center that was displayed on your original factory audio unit. This gave you driver alerts (door ajar, etc.), trip meters, oil change info, customized settings like unlocking the doors when you shift to Park and horn chirps for remote lock/unlock. Leaving this disconnected probably won't affect drivability, but you better be happy with your current setting because you won't be able to change them.

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