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2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring


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night_1 
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Posted: July 26, 2009 at 5:04 PM / IP Logged  
Hi. I have been searching but cannot find a wiring schematic for my factory radio/CD player in my 2005 Malibu. There is a place for two plugs to go in but only one is being used. I cannot find a wiring diagram for it anywhere. the radio is Delphi electronics systems....Delphi part no. 28000623.......RDO Assembly.....GM Part no. 22734877.........thanks for any info. I attached a pic of the plugs.....large slot is used for factory plug...the small one on the right is not used at all....what is this for??   thank you
2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.
yimke 
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CD changer/sat radio port I would imagine.
night_1 
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IF that's what it is....can a changer be purchased after and added and if so would i have to flash the cd player to be able to control it?
yimke 
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I'm not 100% positive because I don't work for GM. But whenever we do sat direct installs all you have to do is supply power for the module and plug it into that port. No flashing of factory radio required. So basically, yes if your CD changer has the same pin-out. But i am not listing an ipod/sat module that will work for that vehicle.
richl68 
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Radio 12VRED / white+radio harness
Radio GroundBLACK/ white-radio harness
Radio Ignition(GMLAN Serial Data)2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.
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Factory Amp Turn-onN/A2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.
Power Antennapink+radio harness
Left Front Speaker (+/-)tan - gray+,-radio harness
Right Front Speaker (+/-)lt. green - dk. green+,-radio harness
Left Rear Speaker (+/-)brown - yellow+,-radio harness
Right Rear Speaker (+/-)dk. blue - lt. blue+,-radio harness
Center Channel (+/-)2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.2005 Chevy Malibu Base, Stereo Wiring -- posted image.

that is the wiring for your radio

night_1 
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sorry for late thanks...but thank you both for your help
one more question...
if i wanted to install and aftermarket in-dash CD player...is there a separate component i can purchase that will give me the gas mileage, trip, oil life, and all the other options that i would lose???
richl68 
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Night_1,

check out metra's 99-3303 dash kit, it includes a digital screen that will still allow you to have the features of your factory radio.

Description

Malibu/G6/Cobalt Turbo-2 2004-Up (Harness is included)

Product Specifications
  • Includes harnesses
  • Metra's patented Snap-In ISO support system
  • Recessed DIN mount
  • Integrated display retains OnStar, RAP, and Vehicle Info Center
  • Color changeable (green or amber) backlighting

Metras Install kits are manufactured from OEM quality ABS plastic designed to leave no gaps between the dash and the kit.

night_1 
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thanks for this info richl68....sorry for late replay..i havent checked email in awhile...

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