Yes. Check out the trip computer OHC thread. Plug in the C209 connector and you have all you need.ApproachMedium wrote:So if i want to put an Envoy or Bravada OHC in my crew its basically plug and play?
Ignore that. That is for the trucks. All the utilities (Blazer and crew cab) , with the exception of the early conversions, have the correct wiring harness and do not need to connect to the radio.Whats with the wires that go to the radio? If you have an aftermarket radio will that cause any issues?
Yes. That harness will also have the lighted visors for both sides, auto dimming rearview mirror and the inside temperature sensor for the auto climate control.ApproachMedium wrote:If im reading this correctly along with the console, I will need the wire hareness as well to go from the console down to the side of the dash and then its plug and play?
None that I know about. It would require a BCM swap and quite a few other items along with the control. I'm not sure it is worth the effort. I have the auto climate controls in the Avalanche. I kinda like the manual control better.ApproachMedium wrote:... was anything ever found out with the CC for swapping the HVAC controls out with the ones for the climate controlled system?
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