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I recently bought a Pioneer AppRadio 3 and I was wondering where do I go to find the right wiring harness so I can hook it up? I know some chevys require a expensive wiring harness when removing the stock radio because they have the "chime" in the stock stereo so Im not sure if my 07 TrailBlazer needs a special one or not....

is this the one i would need to keep the SWI?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/GMC-CHEVROLE...e0204c&vxp=mtr

or would this one work?
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It appears that if you want to use the pac audio pieces you have the correct ones. However Metra makes a significantly better option. If you don't have a FACTORY amplifier in the vehicle you can use the GMOS-01 or if you have the factory amplifier us the GMOS-04 the reason for this is that to retain the factory steering wheel controls you can purchase the ASWC steering wheel control interface box and it is plug and play for your vehicle and radio as opposed to having to hack and wire it in. Also doing it with this will retain your chime and the retained accessory power to the radio not to mention the onstar (assuming you still have service with them). For the dash kit I would use the 99-2011 from Metra. If you have any more questions, or need any help this is kinda what I do.

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It appears that if you want to use the pac audio pieces you have the correct ones. However Metra makes a significantly better option. If you don't have a FACTORY amplifier in the vehicle you can use the GMOS-01 or if you have the factory amplifier us the GMOS-04 the reason for this is that to retain the factory steering wheel controls you can purchase the ASWC steering wheel control interface box and it is plug and play for your vehicle and radio as opposed to having to hack and wire it in. Also doing it with this will retain your chime and the retained accessory power to the radio not to mention the onstar (assuming you still have service with them). For the dash kit I would use the 99-2011 from Metra. If you have any more questions, or need any help this is kinda what I do.

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