Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Chevy Mechanic for Answers ASAP
My name is ***** ***** I am a professional here at Just Answer. I noticed that your question had not received a response and thought I would see if you still need help with this.I apologize for the delay and I hope I can still assist you with this here.
Since this is a new model some of the retro fit info isnt available to some of us yet and this may be why no one has replied here.
The best place to see if this is a swap over that can be done as well as what parts may be required (like a gps antennae and nav control unit itself) you would want to contact either a dealers parts department or service center to see if there is a retro fit available for this.On some models it may be possible with adding some components and reprogramming but on other models where the wiring is different or isnt compatible this woudnt be an option that can be added unfortunately.The parts or service department usually wont charge anything to look into this to tell you if it is possibly unless they need to hook up to your vehicle or inspect it.
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In some cases on the newer models not all of the info is released unless you have access to the dealer diagrams and info and in this case unfortunately I do not.The dealers some times do gripe about not purchasing from them but they should still be able to look into this here for you.The only thing I show for radio and navigation on this new of a model is the technical service bulletins and some light repair info unrelated to what you want to do here.
The best place being that this is a 2015 model unfortunately is to contact a dealer on this since they will have the most up to date info including the diagrams for this here.You might be able to order in diagrams from them or purchase copies from them as well in some cases.
One other option is https://www.alldatadiy.com/.They do charge a fee but the fee is good for one year on your vehicle usually.They may or may not have the updated diagrams and info you are seeking.
I do hope this has helped in some way here.