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So I apologize that you haven't had an answer yet. I will try to help but I don't know if this will be much help sense you have the manual and the only place I have seen it is under the dash on the driver side. It is usually positioned between the park brake lever and steering column. It should be accessible after removing the Left IP panel then you press the tab to release it and it slides out of the bracket that holds it. If this is of no help to you and you want me to opt out and see if anyone else has any other idea I can.
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not an answer, so please do not rateWhat makes you believe there is a External Amplifier?I have been GM / DELCO Radio Warranty for over 20 years & it is not uncommon for these vehicles to come "without" the external Amplifier, even if the option Codes or Build sheet says it has one.I have also never seen the Amplifier mounted elsewhere "unless" there was a vehicle conversion or modification...........just curious
can you post a picture of the Radio that was in it, the Label on the Chassis, the back of the Unit & the Factory Harness PlugsAlso, do you have steering wheel controls for the radio & / or satellite