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Chevy GMC Car Truck 1982-1993 Radio AM FM Upgraded w Aux Input & Bluetooth Music

SKU: 638-00749C-A-BT

Part Number: 638-00749C


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1982 - 1983 - 1984 - 1985 - 1986 - 1987 - 1988 - 1989 - 1990 - 1991 - 1992 - 1993 Chevy, GMC, Pontiac, Cadillac and More! Car, Truck and Van AM FM Radio. OEM Radio Upgraded with and Aux Input & Bluetooth Music Capability. Stream audio from an iPod, mp3 player, smart phone, tablet or Bluetooth capable music device! This is for a 1982-1993 Chevy GMC Pontiac Cadillac and more OEM AM FM radio that has been upgraded with an aux input and Bluetooth music to use with streaming audio devices! You will not lose any functionality when the Bluetooth or aux input is in use and the radio will have all factory OEM features! This radio has been cleaned, serviced as needed and thoroughly checked. No codes required, it will plug and play! Operation of the iPod jack is a snap. Just plug your accessory in and you will be listening to it through all of your car speakers. Tired of listening to static over your FM modulated satellite radio? Just plug it right in and listen to satellite radio the way it is supposed to sound! Use the volume control on the radio as you usually would. It is the same with the bass, treble, fader, and balance. There is no compromise on the audio going into the jack as it is running straight into the amp. The Bluetooth upgrade is simple to operate! Just pair the device, press the Bluetooth button and play your music or most in-app audio, including Spotify, iTunes, Rhapsody, Pandora, YouTube, Netflix and many, many more will play in full, crisp, clean quality while taking advantage of all sound controls on the radio. To complete paring, some devices require a pass key or code which is "0000." When you do not want to listen to Bluetooth music, simply unpair or turn off your device's Bluetooth. ***Please Note that this will not work with phone calls as phone manufacturers have designed calls to work with Bluetooth mic systems only.