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PAC Introduces First Fully-Integrated Dash Kit with Steering Wheel Control Retention for Camaros

pac-camaro-insertCLEARWATER, FL (09.08.2016) – PAC has introduced a new, fully integrated dash kit designed especially for 2010-2015 Chevrolet Camaros. Simple yet effective, RPK5-GM4101 is designed to enhance functionality through aftermarket radio upgrades, without sacrificing the factory-look aesthetics of 2010-2015 Camaros. Everything included, installers enjoy an unmatched ease of installation. Supporting both single DIN and double DIN installations, the original rotary climate control knobs are kept in place, helping retain the original factory look and feel. Along with climate controls, the electronic interface module also retains other important functions from the original factory equipment such as steering wheel controls, OnStar functionality, and amplified sound.

RPK5-GM4101 Integrated Installation Kit is especially designed for simple, straightforward installation. The kit comes complete with everything needed for installation, including integration harnesses, antenna adapter, steering wheel control interface, and the factory-match dash kit. For a full walkthrough of the installation process, view the video below.

“With vehicles becoming more and more complex, our mission at PAC is to make upgrading vehicles less complicated, whether replacing your radio or any number of options,” explained Nathan Wincek, senior product manager of integration. “RPK5-GM4101 is specifically designed and engineered to interface seamlessly with 2010-2015 Camaro factory features. It takes little more than a few standard tools to follow the instructions in the installation manual, and installers don’t have to worry about making sure components are compatible. Everything is included in one box, and compatibility is guaranteed.”

RPK5-GM4101 is the first in an extensive line of integrated kit solutions PAC has planned for release. Giving drivers access to more robust infotainment options and larger screen sizes, without sacrificing their factory aesthetic or functionality of their vehicles.

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