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GM Delco OEM 95-05 Chevy Truck Radio CD Player 3.5mm Aux iPod mp3 Input in Face

$205.00

638-01007D-A
Refurbished
7.00 LBS
1-3 Business Days
Free Shipping to the USA
Calculated International
1995 - 2002 (Up to 2005 in some Vans)

Various Chevy and GMC Truck Mount (Except S10, S10 Blazer, Jimmy, Sonoma)

AM FM CD Radio with Aux Input.


Please note that Blazers use both mounts depending on the body. This is a truck slide mount. This radio is a remanufactured AM FM CD Radio GM Code UN0. This radio has been upgraded with aux input on the face. The aux input is a direct link to the radio's amplifier so there is no loss of frequency response and no annoying snap, crackle and pop you get with FM Modulators. Hear your audio device through all the speakers nice and clean! To operate the Aux Input, simply plug your device in and the radio will automatically detect the input and change to that source. You can even use the Bass, Treble, Fader and Balance on your radio! This radio is fully rebuilt including all of the miserable little light bulbs in the face. All features are 100%! Appearance is very good and function is perfect. This radio will not require dealer turn on as it is plug and play. Please contact seller with fitment or function questions.

90-day Warranty

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  1. Couldn't be happier! 5

    Posted by Jimmy Marble on 19th Feb 2015

    The radio arrived quickly, was packed well, installed easily (since it is a factory radio, you would expect that), and works great. I'm not sure how they do it, but the radio looked brand new - right up to the clear shrink wrap plastic on the display. My old truck had only a cassette and I hated how a single DIN after market radio looked. This is the best of all worlds. CD with AUX input and a complete factory look. I couldn't be happier. The only issue I had was deciding which radio to get. The compatibility charts on Ebay wouldn't return any compatible radios. But a quick e-mail to their customer service with a very quick reply from Derek solved that. Once I knew which radio was correct for my '96 Silverado, everything else was as smooth as silk. Thanks!