INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART GMOS-LAN-09
GMOS-LAN-09
INTERFACE COMPONENTS
• GMOS-LAN-09 interface • GMOS-LAN-09
harness • 16-pin harness with stripped leads
LAN-29 Data Interface
2014-up
REV. 9/11/2014 INSTGMOS-LAN-09
CHEVROLET
Silverado 1500 Silverado 2500/3500 Suburban Tahoe APPLICATIONS
GMC
2014-up
Sierra 1500 2015-up
Sierra 2500/3500 2015-up
Yukon 2015-up
KIT FEATURES
• Provides accessory (12-volt 10-amp)
• Retains R.A.P. (Retained Accessory Power)
• Used in non-amplified systems
• Retains chimes
• Provides NAV outputs (Parking Brake,
Reverse, Mute, and speed sense)
• Retains OnStar/OE Bluetooth
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2014-up
2015-up
2015-up
Adjustable volume for chimes and OnStar
Retains OE AUX input
High level speaker input
USB updatable
Retains balance and fade
Prewired ASWC-1 harness (ASWC-1 sold
separately)
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TOOLS REQUIRED
• Cutting tool • Crimping tool • Tape • Connectors
(example: butt-connectors, bell caps, etc.)
CAUTION: Metra recommends disconnecting the
negative battery terminal before beginning any
installation. All accessories, switches, and especially
air bag indicator lights must be plugged in before
reconnecting the battery or cycling the ignition.
NOTE: Refer to the instructions included with the
aftermarket radio.
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GMOS-LAN-09
Connections to be made
From the 16-pin harness with stripped leads to the aftermarket radio:
From the GMOS-LAN-09 harness:
• Connect the (2) Red wires to the accessory wire.
(a) 16-pin harness to the aftermarket radio:
Note: If installing the ASWC-1, there will be an accessory wire in the 12-pin harness to connect as well.
• Connect the Yellow wire to the 12-volt battery wire.
• Connect the Black wire to the ground wire.
• Connect the Orange/White wire to the illumination wire. If the aftermarket
radio has no illumination wire, tape off the Orange/White wire.
• Connect the Green wire to the left rear positive speaker output.
• Connect the White wire to the left front positive speaker output.
• Connect the Green/Black wire to the left rear negative speaker output.
• Connect the White/Black wire to the left front negative speaker output.
• Connect the Purple wire to the right rear positive speaker output.
• Connect the Gray wire to the right front positive speaker output.
• Connect the Purple/Black wire to the right rear negative speaker output.
• Connect the Gray/Black wire to the right front negative speaker output.
(b) 22-pin harness to the aftermarket radio:
• Connect the Blue/White wire to the amp turn-on wire.
• The Black/Yellow wire is for the OnStar volume adjustment. This will be
discussed in the OnStar Level Adjustment section of this instruction.
Note: This wire must be connected to turn the interface on.
• The DIN connector is for use with the optional AX-LCD (sold separately). This
will give you the option of changing the settings in your personalization menu.
• Connect the Brown wire to the mute wire. If the aftermarket radio does not
have a Mute wire, tape up the Brown wire. If the Brown wire is not connected,
the radio will turn off when OnStar is activated.
(c) 20-pin harness to the aftermarket radio:
The following wires are for the aftermarket radios that have navigation built in:
• Connect the White RCA to the aftermarket radio’s left Audio AUX in.
• Connect the Light Green wire to the parking brake wire (if applicable).
• Connect the Red RCA to the aftermarket radio’s right Audio AUX in.
• Connect the Blue/Pink wire to the speed sense wire (if applicable).
Note: To retain the factory 3.5mm jack, the radio must have an Audio AUX in.
• Connect the Green/Purple wire to the reverse wire (if applicable).
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GMOS-LAN-09
Connections to be made
Connections to be made
To the vehicle:
• Connect the Green/Black wire to Green/Black wire in the black, 8-pin
connector below the steering column, on the bottom side. (Figure A)
Note: The relay attached to the GMOS-LAN-09 harness is only for audible turn
signal clicks. No extra steps are required to retain this feature, so leave the
relay as-is.
(d) 12-pin pre-wired ASWC-1 harness:
• This harness is to be used in conjunction with the optional ASWC-1 (not
included) to retain steering wheel controls. If the ASWC-1 is not being
used, disregard this harness. If it will be used, please refer to the ASWC-1
instructions for radio connections and programming.
Note: Disregard the harness that comes with the ASWC-1.
To the aftermarket radio:
• Connect the Red wire to the accessory wire.
Installing the GMOS-LAN-09
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Green/Black wire
Connect the 16-pin harness with stripped leads into the interface.
Connect the 14-pin, 16-pin and 20-pin harness into the vehicle.
With all connections completed, reconnect the negative battery terminal.
Initialize the interface by turning the ignition on for 30 seconds, then turn the
ignition back off, then back on again.
Note: If using the ASWC-1, connect it after you initialize the GMOS-LAN-09,
with the key in the off position.
Testing the GMOS-LAN-09
• Push the OnStar button; the radio should mute, and you should hear the OnStar
voice. Push the OnStar cancel button; the radio should un-mute and play again.
Note: The radio will turn off instead if the mute wire is not connected.
(Figure A)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PART GMOS-LAN-09
Adjusting the GMOS-LAN-09
IMPORTANT WARNING
Chime Volume Adjustment:
• With the vehicle on, turn it off and leave the key in the ignition. Open the driver’s door; chimes will be heard.
• Wait 10 seconds, and then with a small screwdriver, turn the potentiometer clockwise to raise the chime level; counterclockwise to lower the chime level.
Note: The potentiometer is located on the side of the interface where the 16-pin harness with
stripped leads is connected to.
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• When the chime level is at a desired level, remove the key from the ignition. This will lock the
chime volume at its current level.
OnStar Level Adjustment
This product includes instructions for installation
which must be carefully followed. The instructions are
worded in such a manner to assume that the installer
is capable of completing these type of electronic
installations. If you are unclear as to what you are
instructed to do or believe that you do not understand
the instructions so as to properly and safely complete
the installation you should consult a technician who
does have this knowledge and understanding.
Failure to follow these instructions carefully and
to install the interface as described could cause
harm to the vehicle or to safety systems on the
vehicle. Interference with certain safety systems
could cause harm to persons as well. If you have
any questions in this regard please call the Help
line or Metra at 1-800-221-0932 for assistance.
• Press the OnStar button to activate it.
• While OnStar is speaking, press the VOLUME UP or VOLUME DOWN buttons on the steering wheel
to raise or lower the OnStar level.
• If the vehicle does not come equipped with steering wheel controls, find the Black/Yellow wire on
the 22-pin harness.
• While OnStar is speaking, tap the Black/Yellow wire to ground. Once the OnStar level is set, it will stay at that level until the Black/Yellow wire is tapped to ground again.
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