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05-03-2018 10:35 AM
Davidtcharlie Have a battery draining issue with my 2008 outlook XR . Tried a few things unsuccessfully. However removed negative battery terminal overnight to see if battery would hold change and it did. So a quick inexpensive way to remedy this is, I think to put a kill switch in line with negative battery terminal inside car. Shouldn’t have to but under circumstances to eliminate costly troubleshooting expenses might be a solution.😎
04-21-2018 09:19 PM
loomis1021
No pictures!

I've had this thread bookmarked for months and now that I have the parts on order, the pictures with the instructions are no longer visible. What happened?
01-10-2018 06:01 PM
toddhawk I am logged in but cannot see the pictures. I need to replace both the radio and the speakers. Only 1 speaker works plus 1 intermittantly I'm guessing I'll have to go with a 3rd party unit of some type for both stereo and speakers. Any recommendations?
Todd
03-13-2017 02:52 PM
rbarrios
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

Quote:
Originally Posted by IK
Hi,
Anybody have a issue with a sound level? Mine is very quite much lower than I had with old simple CD player.
I read on the Acadia/Traverse/Outlook forums--- one of those--
where an owner did a swap and had to then get something done with software to get volume level back to normal.
03-11-2017 01:20 AM
IK
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

Hi,
Anybody have a issue with a sound level? Mine is very quite much lower than I had with old simple CD player.
08-24-2016 11:05 PM
CruzeBy
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

Is anyone still watching this thread?

I have a 2007 Outlook XR without the center speaker, non-Bose. Will 25801669 work for me? If I buy the unit (from ebay) what other parts will I need such as the GPS antenna?

Also, can an aftermarket backup camera be connected to this unit?
10-13-2013 08:04 AM
georgeb62
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

It's all about the body wiring harness.

The XR has all the wiring you already need for plug and play.

Not sure about the XE

I would recommend hooking up with a good GM parts department.

Give them your VIN number and have them look it up.

If you have any issues, let me know what part number your body wiring harness is and I will see if I can double check it for you.

Thanks,
George
10-11-2013 07:00 PM
SenordrummeR2
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

Excellent write up. Do you know if this is a possible mod for an '08 XE? I'd like to add the backup camera if possible, but I'm assuming this will need a lot more parts due to not being an XR. Just curious.
10-03-2013 02:40 PM
georgeb62
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

Hi Kevin,

Once again, thanks for the install instructions.

They saved me, and I am sure everybody else, a lot of time.

Just wanted to let everybody know that the BROWN PLUG behind the factory radio on the 2008 models contains the VCIM wiring and the BACKUP CAMERA wiring, making it Plug & Play.

If you did an install on your 2007, I guess they have it too!!!

After I put in the Nav unit (making sure to plug in the BROWN PLUG), the Nav unit tracking was spot on.

Once again, thank you VERY MUCH !!!

George
06-10-2011 08:34 PM
jsimms
Re: How to Install OEM Navigation into the Outlook - An Illustrated Guide

My Acadia has a HUD and I use a TomTom GPS without any reception issue; the front glass isn't the issue. Why run the GPS antenna all the way to the rear lift gate; anywhere outside the vehicle should work
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